Del. Jeff Bourne (D-Richmond)

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71: County of Henrico (part); City of Richmond (part) [map]
Took Office
February 2017
Next Election
November 2019
Labor and Commerce, Courts of Justice, Education, Public Safety
Copatroning Habits
84% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 90% of them are Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 70% of them are Democrats.
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Bills Passed
40% in 2019
Recent Mentions in the Media Virginia House and Senate adopt budgets, prepare for battle

February 22, 2020 | 9:00 pm

Suffolk News-Herald: Bill bans handheld phone use while drivingThe Suffolk News-Herald

February 21, 2020 | 9:55 pm
- Bills advance to expand in-state tuition regardless of citizenship status

February 20, 2020 | 9:05 am Photos and Game Summary: VCU Falls Short Against Dayton

February 19, 2020 | 10:36 am Holding cellphones while driving may soon cost you $125

February 19, 2020 | 10:12 am


  • HB6: Virginia Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices.
  • HB7: Virginia Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices.
  • HB8: Disorderly conduct in public places; school activities.
  • HB9: Firearms; reporting those lost or stolen, civil penalty.
  • HB593: License plates, special; #TEAMTOMMIE.
  • HB594: Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; security deposits, timing of application.
  • HB595: Dealer's license plate and special license plate combination; Commissioner of DMV may issue.
  • HB810: Virginia housing opportunity tax credit program; VHDA, et al., to develop.
  • HB868: Electric utilities; right to shop.
  • HB869: Public defender or any deputies or employees; proportionally supplementing compensation.
  • HB870: Sexual abuse; statute of limitations.
  • HB871: Robbery; definition, penalty.
  • HB872: Voter registration by mail; certain first-time voters permitted to vote by absentee ballot.
  • HB873: Discovery in criminal cases; penalties.
  • HB874: Handheld personal communications devices; holding devices while driving a motor vehicle.
  • HB959: Resilience hub pilot program; established.
  • HB1343: Lottery Board; regulation of casino gaming.
  • HB1345: Richmond, City of; arena and development project.
  • HB1346: Attorney fees; control of court.
  • HB1371: TANF; diversionary cash assistance.
  • HB1420: Landlord and tenant; charge for late payment of rent, restrictions.
  • HB1499: Virginia Gun Violence Intervention and Prevention Fund; created.
  • HB1626: Capitol Police; concurrent jurisdiction.
  • HB1627: Threats and harassment of certain officials and property; venue.
  • HJ2: Constitutional amendment; real property tax exemption for affordable housing (first reference).
  • HJ53: Celebrating the life of Ronald Lewis.
  • HJ54: Celebrating the life of Nate Evans.
  • HR73: Commending Third Street Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church.
  • HR74: Commending Advocates for Richmond Youth and the Youth Housing Stability Coalition.
  • HR75: Commending Greater Richmond Fit4Kids.
  • HR76: Commending the Children's Home Society of Virginia.
  • HR78: Commending Pi Sigma Alpha.
  • HB1644: Firearms; reporting when lost or stolen, civil penalty.
  • HB1645: Virginia Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices.
  • HB1646: Virginia Preschool Initiative; enrollment, funding.
  • HB1647: Virginia Fair Housing Law; prohibits discriminating in application of land use ordinances.
  • HB1685: Public schools; enrolled students, disorderly conduct.
  • HB1921: School boards; unexpended local funds may be used to finance capital projects.
  • HB1922: Summons for unlawful detainer; initial hearing, subsequent filings, termination notice.
  • HB1923: Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; noncompliance with rental agreement, etc.
  • HB1924: Summons; attendance before commissions of another state.
  • HB2215: Immunizations; acellular pertussis booster.
  • HB2216: High school STEM internship; tax credit, report.
  • HB2217: Microcredential program; Department of Education may establish.
  • HB2218: Va. Consumer Protection Act; prohibited practices, unlawful practice of an occupation or profession.
  • HB2235: Protective orders; issuance upon convictions for certain felonies, penalty.
  • HB2734: DCJS; training standards for school resource officers.
  • HJ600: Commending the 2nd Street Festival.
  • HJ758: Commending Alfred Durham.
  • HJ791: Commending Virginia Commonwealth University.
  • HJ812: Celebrating the life of Barbara Beatrice Abernathy Ross.
  • HJ955: Commending the Hilton Downtown Richmond.
  • HJ956: Commending the United Network for Organ Sharing.
  • HJ957: Celebrating the life of Dr. Donn Lancaster.
  • HJ1007: Celebrating the life of Guy Malcolm Kinman, Jr.
  • HR311: Commending Ron Kody.
  • HB43: Firearms; reporting when lost or stolen.
  • HB319: Virginia Preschool Initiative program; enrollment.
  • HB321: Real estate brokers & salespersons; cease & desist orders for unlicensed activity.
  • HB322: Naloxone or other opioid antagonist; possession & administration.
  • HB1335: Protective orders; issuance upon convictions for certain felonies, penalty.
  • HB1408: Virginia Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices.
  • HB1409: Charter; amending charter, school infrastructure.
  • HB1575: High school apprenticeship; tax credit.
  • HB1600: Student discipline; long-term suspension.
  • HJ361: Celebrating the life of the Honorable William T. Stone.
  • HR104: Commending the Virginia Association of Defense Attorneys.
  • HR105: Celebrating the life of Grace Victoria Edmondson Harris.