Del. Joe Lindsey (D-Norfolk)

Photo of Joe Lindsey
Party
Democratic
District
90: Cities of Norfolk (part) and Virginia Beach (part) [map]
Took Office
September 2014
Next Election
November 2019
Committees
Labor and Commerce, Courts of Justice, Finance, Privileges and Elections
Age
60
Website
delegatejoelindsey.com
Twitter
@joelindseyva90
Copatroning Habits
69% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 81% of them are Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 63% of them are Democrats.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
20% in 2019
Bio

Joe Lindsey is an attorney, holding a BA in Political Science from the Hampton Institute. He attended American University’s Washington School of Law. The Norfolk native is married, with two children.

Recent Mentions in the Media

Prince William Times: Capitol gun-rights rally incident-free as lawmakers conduct business as usual

January 23, 2020 | 1:19 am
  

Reno Hotline: VA Senators Votians to eliminate Lee-Jackson Day

January 22, 2020 | 2:15 pm
  

WTVR CBS 6 News: Virginia Senate votes to eliminate Lee-Jackson Day, make Election Day state holiday

January 21, 2020 | 2:44 pm
  

Greater Greater Washington: Barriers to housing abound in Virginia. Can these bills help break them down?

January 21, 2020 | 10:41 am
  

Richmond.com: Editorial: Wrap up Jan. 18, 2020

January 17, 2020 | 5:45 pm
  

These are all of the video clips of Joe Lindsey’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2015. There are 3 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB18: Absentee voting; no-excuse, in-person voting, applicability date.
  • HB19: Voter identification; repeal of photo identification requirements.
  • HB20: Va. Alternative Energy & Coastal Protection Act; DEQ to implement final carbon trading regulation.
  • HB21: Virginia Human Rights Act; prohibited discrimination, sexual orientation and gender identity.
  • HB22: Virginia Shoreline Resiliency Fund; grant program.
  • HB23: Public employment and housing; prohibited discrimination, sexual orientation or gender identity.
  • HB24: Hurricane and Flooding Risk Reduction and Bond Rating Protection Act of 2020; established, report.
  • HB25: Absentee voting; no excuse required.
  • HB26: Voter registration; close of registration records.
  • HB27: Cruelty to animals; serious bodily injury, first offense, penalty.
  • HB28: Pawnbrokers; removes provision that currently allows only natural persons to be licensed.
  • HB31: Charges and convictions, certain; expungement.
  • HB32: Police and court records; expungement of records for misdemeanor and nonviolent felony convictions.
  • HB33: Parole; exception to limitation on the application of parole statutes.
  • HB34: Refusal of tests; restricted license.
  • HB35: Juvenile offenders; eligibility for parole.
  • HB100: Voir dire examination of persons called as jurors; criminal case.
  • HB101: Grand larceny; increases threshold amount.
  • HB102: Police & court records; expungement of certain charges and convictions.
  • HB103: Higher educational institutions, certain; transcript notations, expungement.
  • HB104: Higher educational institutions, public; non-academic student codes of conduct.
  • HB105: Congressional and state legislative districts; written descriptions of boundaries not required.
  • HB108: Legal holidays; Election Day.
  • HB146: Sample ballots; color of paper of unofficial sample ballots.
  • HB248: Industrial hemp products; signage, green cross emblem.
  • HB249: Hemp products; regulation, labeling.
  • HB558: Micro-business; enhancement of participation in local procurement.
  • HB559: Norfolk, City of; financing of an arena and facility.
  • HB560: Lottery Board; regulation of casino gaming.
  • HB993: Administration of government; boards and councils, cleanup.
  • HB995: Grand larceny; increases threshold amount.
  • HB996: Parole; exception to limitation on the application of parole statutes.
  • HB1607: Offshore wind generation facilities; development of facilities.
  • HB1678: Election day; extending polling hours from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
  • HJ5: Commending Norfolk Police Department.
  • HJ25: Coal dust blown from moving trains; report.
  • HJ161: Judges; election in Supreme Court of Virginia.
  • HR29: Judge; nomination for election to Supreme Court of Virginia.
  • HR30: Judges; nominations for election to circuit court.
  • HR31: Judges; nominations for election to general district court.
  • HR32: Judges; nominations for election to juvenile and domestic relations district court.
  • HB1675: Servicemembers Civil Relief Act; attorney fees.
  • HB1689: Parole; exception to limitation on the application of parole statutes.
  • HB1745: Juvenile offenders; eligibility for parole.
  • HB1830: Higher educational institutions, certain; sexual violence policies, student rights.
  • HB1831: Higher educational institutions, public; disciplinary proceedings against enrolled students.
  • HB1984: Legal holidays; Election Day.
  • HB2625: Recounts; rules of procedure, multiple simultaneous recounts.
  • HB2627: Voir dire examination of persons called as jurors; criminal case.
  • HB2714: Landlord-tenant law; applicability, occupancy in a hotel or motel exempt.
  • HB2794: Refusal of tests; restricted license.
  • HJ616: Coal dust blown from moving trains; report.
  • HJ716: Commending the Honorable Daun Sessoms Hester.
  • HJ959: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Robert Franklin Hagans, Jr.
  • HR299: Commending the Honorable Daun Sessoms Hester.
  • HR300: Commending the Lake Taylor High School boys' basketball team.
  • HR301: Celebrating the life of Sandra J. DeLoatch.
  • HB523: Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, etc., Board for; membership.
  • HB1310: Retention of case records; electronic format.
  • HB1312: Sentencing guidelines; appeals.
  • HB1313: Grand larceny; increases threshold amount.
  • HB1314: Parole; exception to limitation on the application of parole statutes.
  • HJ32: Coal dust blown from moving trains; annual reports by railroad companies.
  • HR75: Celebrating the life of Pearl Speller White.
  • HB1495: Servicemembers Civil Relief Act; attorney fees.
  • HB1510: Appointment of guardian ad litem in civil cases.
  • HB1511: Presentence reports.
  • HB1655: Sentencing guidelines; appeals.
  • HB1670: Property Owners' Association Act; amendment of declaration.
  • HB2367: Virginia Port Authority; removal of members on Board of Commissioners.
  • HB2382: Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; landlord to inspect vacated dwelling unit.
  • HJ741: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Johnny S. Joannou.
  • HR379: Celebrating the life of Sidea Lashae Griffin.
  • HR403: Celebrating the life of Edward Gaines.
  • HR404: Commending Master Chief Petty Officer William Goines, USN, Ret.
  • HB113: Retention of case records; electronic format.
  • HB387: Secure Commonwealth Panel; increase of membership, report.
  • HB390: Parole; limitation on the application of parole statutes.
  • HB1143: Body-worn cameras; required policies.
  • HB1167: Grand larceny; increases threshold amount of money taken, etc., to $1,000.
  • HB1168: Convictions & deferred disposition dismissals; person allowed to petition for expungement, etc.
  • HB1256: Improper driving; jury may find accused not guilty.
  • HJ501: Commending Nola Carolyn Hughes Lindsey.
  • HR26: Commending James E. Lindsey, Sr.
  • HB1369: Grand larceny; increases threshold.
  • HB1370: Improper driving; jury hearing case.
  • HB1375: Voter identification; expiration date not considered.
  • HB1395: Nursing, Board of; licensure of applicant with previous conviction.
  • HB1519: Virginia Biased-Based Profiling Statistics Reporting Act; established.
  • HB1520: Sheriffs, local police, and State Police; transportation & security of officials, dignitaries, etc.
  • HB1521: Body-worn camera system; use by law enforcement.
  • HB1783: Child support; arrearage.
  • HB1805: Veteran Entrepreneurship Grant Fund and Program; created.
  • HB2259: Veteran Entrepreneurship Grant Fund and Program; created.
  • HB2260: Driving under influence of alcohol; persons convicted under federal law.
  • HB2261: Minors; electronic transmission of sexually explicit images of himself to another, penalty.
  • HB2326: Petit larceny; deferred disposition for first offense provided accused meets terms and conditions.