Senator Jennifer Wexton (D-Leesburg)

Photo of Jennifer Wexton
Party
Democratic
District
33: Fairfax County (Part), Loudoun County (Part) [map]
Took Office
January 2014
Next Election
November 2019
Age
49
Website
senatorwexton.com
Copatroning Habits
66% of bills she copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of her bills, 66% of them are Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that she also copatroned, 57% of them are Democrats.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
18.9% in 2016
Campaign Contributions
cash on hand (December 1969 report)
Recent Mentions in the Media

Patch.com: Herndon Legislators Attend Retirement Event for Eileen Curtis

July 18, 2017
Legislators in attendance at the July 12 dinner included: State Senator Jennifer Wexton, State Delegate Jennifer Boysko, State Delegate Kathleen Murphy, Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Chairman Sharon Bulova, Supervisor John Foust, Supervisor ...and more »

Washington Post: Field of Democrats competing to challenge Comstock grows by two

June 26, 2017
State Sen. Jennifer Wexton, a former prosecutor from Loudoun County; Lindsey Davis Stover, who worked in Veterans Affairs during the Obama administration; and Dan Helmer, a Rhodes Scholar and Army veteran, announced their campaigns early, followed ...and more »

Washington Post: Two Democrats who want to challenge Comstock say they've raised big bucks

July 6, 2017
Two Democrats who want to challenge Comstock say they've raised big bucksIn addition to Friedman and Stover, the 10th District Democratic candidates include state Sen. Jennifer Wexton, a former prosecutor from Loudoun County; Dan Helmer, a Rhodes Scholar and an Army veteran; David B. Hanson, a retired Navy intelligence ...and more »

MyAJC: Democrats field glut of candidates, but remain divided on how to win

June 26, 2017
What they don't agree on is how to do it ? by exciting the base with a liberal economic message and fiery candidates in the model of Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., or by keeping the party's doors open to moderates and independents with ... Jason Crow in ...Pelosi faces growing doubts among Dems after Georgia lossPoliticoSome House Democrats say it's time for Pelosi to goCNNHillary Rodham Clinton | TheHillThe HillCNNall 1,972 news articles »

Suffolk News-Herald: Law promotes suspension alternatives

June 27, 2017
Terry McAuliffe earlier this year: House Bill 1924, sponsored by Delegate Lamont Bagby of Richmond, and Senate Bill 829, sponsored by Sen. Jennifer Wexton of Loudoun County. Sen. Jennifer McClellan of Richmond was a co-sponsor of both bills.

These are all of the video clips of Jennifer Wexton’s remarks on the floor of the Senate since 2014. There are 11 video clips in all.

Bills

  • SB66: Felony homicide; certain drug offenses, accommodation, penalty.
  • SB69: Voter identification; accepted forms of identification.
  • SB601: Child care providers; criminal history background checks.
  • SB698: Dam Safety, Flood Prevention and Protection Assistance Fund; disbursement of moneys.
  • SB822: Virginia Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices, sexual orientation and gender.
  • SB823: Service of process; multifamily residential real estate and common interest communities.
  • SB824: Sick leave for employees; private employers to give to each full-time employee paid sick days, etc.
  • SB825: New sentencing hearing; abolition of parole.
  • SB826: Voter identification; accepted forms of identification.
  • SB827: Elections; absentee voting by persons age 70 or older.
  • SB828: Family life education; certain curricula and standards of learning.
  • SB829: Alternatives to suspension; Board of Education shall establish guidelines for local school boards.
  • SB848: Naloxone; dispensing for use in opioid overdose reversal, etc.
  • SB892: Absentee voting; deadline for requesting absentee ballot by means other than in person.
  • SB897: Child care providers; criminal history background check; penalty.
  • SB1079: Dam Safety, Flood Prevention and Protection Assistance Fund; disbursement of moneys.
  • SB1080: Equal pay irrespective of sex.
  • SB1081: Divorce or dissolution of marriage; award of life insurance.
  • SB1082: School principals; incident reports.
  • SB1083: Charter; Town of Herndon.
  • SB1084: Herndon, Town of; amending charter, shifts municipal elections from May to November.
  • SB1085: Drivers' licenses, etc.; expiration and renewal of driver credentials.
  • SB1086: In utero exposure to a controlled substance; departments of social services to collect information.
  • SB1208: Electric utilities; community renewable projects.
  • SB1209: Virginia Highway Corporation Act of 1988; powers of State Corporation Commission.
  • SB1210: Unlawful creation of image of another; civil action.
  • SB1211: Vehicle license fees and taxes, local; collection by counties and adjoining towns.
  • SB1212: Veterans Services, Board of; membership, duties.
  • SB1434: Assisted living facilities and adult day care centers; background checks.
  • SB1514: Parking of certain vehicles; local regulation.
  • SB1549: Abortions; informed written consent.
  • SJ434: Celebrating the life of Charlotte Ann Nurge.
  • SR157: Commending Holy & Whole Life Changing Ministries International.
  • SB66: Felony homicide; certain drug offenses, accommodation, penalty.
  • SB67: Virginia Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices, sexual orientation, etc.
  • SB68: Elections; absentee voting by persons age 65 or older.
  • SB69: Voter identification; accepted forms of identification.
  • SB70: Pendente lite support award; source of award.
  • SB71: Divorce; entry of decrees, maintenance and support of spouses.
  • SB72: Jury trial; scheduling.
  • SB73: Lawyers; client accounts.
  • SB74: Passing stopped school buses; mailing of summons.
  • SB75: Service of process; eliminates prohibition of process on Sunday.
  • SB76: Service of process; common interest communities.
  • SB77: Filing fees; motions to modify custody or visitation orders.
  • SB78: Voluntary boundary agreements within Loudoun County; attachment of GIS map.
  • SB79: Fire or rescue volunteers; mental health treatment, funding by locality.
  • SB80: Tree conservation; adoption of ordinances in Planning District 8.
  • SB272: Service of process, substituted; member of party's household.
  • SB273: Defrauding certain businesses; penalty.
  • SB274: Paid sick days for employees; civil penalties.
  • SB275: Local school boards; transportation agreements with nonpublic schools.
  • SB276: Child protective services, local; reporting.
  • SB277: Northern Virginia Transportation Commission; increases membership.
  • SB278: Child welfare agencies; background checks for volunteers and employees.
  • SB279: School divisions, certain; development of plan to fund and phase in full-day kindergarten.
  • SB280: Herndon, Town of; amending charter, boundary description.
  • SB281: Herndon, Town of; amending charter, removes certain powers of mayor.
  • SB287: Prescription Monitoring Program; reports by dispensers shall be made within 24 hours or next day.
  • SB370: Family life education; child sexual abuse.
  • SB371: Advertisement of legal notices by certain towns.
  • SB407: Onsite sewage systems; conventional and alternative discharging systems, civil penalties.
  • SB421: Children; admissibility of statements in sexual offenses.
  • SB556: Opiate addiction treatment; nonmethadone opioid replacements.
  • SB601: Child care providers; criminal history background checks.
  • SB698: Dam Safety, Flood Prevention and Protection Assistance Fund; disbursement of moneys.
  • SJ11: United States Constitution; Equal Rights Amendment.
  • SJ145: Commending Scott K. York.
  • SJ146: Commending Kristen C. Umstattd.
  • SJ201: Commending Holly Lynne McKinley Schmidt.
  • SB910: Elections; absentee voting by persons age 65 or older.
  • SB911: Child welfare agencies; annual background checks required for employees and volunteers.
  • SB912: Emergency custody orders; temporary firearms restriction orders.
  • SB913: Custody or visitation orders; filing fees.
  • SB914: Sexually violent predator offenses; retention of court case files.
  • SB915: Indecent liberties; venue.
  • SB916: Diploma seals; BOE shall establish criteria for awarding.
  • SB917: Fair Housing Law; unlawful discrimination, sexual orientation or gender identity.
  • SB918: Sex offender registration; verification.
  • SB919: Administrative subpoenas; electronic communication services, sealing of subpoena.
  • SB920: Abortion; removes specific time frame for performance of ultrasound, informed consent.
  • SB921: Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; use of revenues by towns.
  • SB922: Voter identification; accepted forms of identification.
  • SB923: Child support; court may order support for disabled child over age of 18.
  • SB924: General Assembly members; compensation for attendance at conferences.
  • SB934: Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; supplement to Registry (Robby's Rule).
  • SB935: Herndon, Town of; amending charter, moves election date of mayor and council.
  • SB937: Aircraft, certain; local regulation.
  • SB1033: Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; increases membership.
  • SB1035: Felony homicide; felony drug offenses; penalty.
  • SB1069: Family day homes, unlicensed, unregistered; notice to Commissioner of Department of Social Services.
  • SB1151: State and local advisory team; expands membership.
  • SB1152: Criminal gang files; DOC to report incarcerated persons.
  • SB1153: Apprenticeship opportunities; online portal.
  • SB1154: Discharge of deleterious substance into state waters; notice.
  • SB1278: Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Gov't, and General Assembly; prohibited gifts.
  • SB1279: Handheld personal communications devices; use while driving, penalty.
  • SB1281: Administrative Process Act; exemptions for certain industries regulated by DCJS.
  • SB1307: Search warrants; collection of evidence from computers, computer networks, or other device.
  • SB1427: Breastfeeding in public places; mother's right.
  • SB1438: State and local government employees; prohibited use of state funds.
  • SJ234: Dulles Greenway; JLARC to study feasibility of purchasing.
  • SJ328: Commending the Rock Ridge High School marching band.
  • SJ329: Commending the Herndon Woman's Club.
  • SJ330: Celebrating the life of Scott Henry Gustavson.
  • SJ334: Commending the Loudoun County High School volleyball team.
  • SJ336: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Donald W. Devine.
  • SJ345: Commending Eric Betzig, Ph.D.
  • SJ369: Commending Julie Pastor.
  • SJ182: Celebrating the life of Joe S. Ritenour.
  • SJ5078: Commending the Sterling Volunteer Rescue Squad.