Delegate Rob Krupicka (D-Alexandria, VA)

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Party
Democratic
District
45: Counties of Arlington (part) and Fairfax (part); City of Alexandria (part) [map]
Took Office
September 2012
Left Office
January 2016
Age
46
Website
krupicka.com
Twitter
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Copatroning Habits
83% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 85% of them are Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 60% of them are Democrats.
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Campaign Contributions
$19,562.89 cash on hand (May 2013 report)
Bio

This California native holds a degree in economics from the University of Virginia. A communications and business strategy consultant, he is married with two children.

Top 10 Donors
VEA FUND Education PAC Richmond $2,000

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Recent Mentions in the Media

Inside NoVA: Del. Levine picks up challenger within Democratic ranks

February 15, 2017
Del. Mark Levine (D-45th) faces a June primary against Alexandria School Board member Karen Graf, who earlier in February announced plans to dislodge Levine in the heavily Democratic district. ?I felt I could not sit on the sidelines and watch strong ...and more »

Alexandria Times: Karen Graf to challenge Mark Levine for House of Delegates seat

February 9, 2017
Graf lobbied against the OEI alongside then-Delegate Rob Krupicka (D-45), and the body was declared unconstitutional that same year. ?I think that's really one of the assets that I can give to our voters: I really value the relationships, which give ...

Alexandrianews.org: Alexandrianews.org Names David Speck The 2016 Alexandrian Of The Year

February 10, 2017
I served on Council again in 2012 when I was appointed by the Court to complete Rob Krupicka's term when he went to Richmond as a member of the House of Delegates. I don't see myself running for political office again although I ... ?One of those ...and more »

Washington Post: Rob Krupicka quitting legislature to focus on doughnuts

March 16, 2015
Virginia state Del. K. Robert Krupicka Jr. (D-Alexandria) is retiring after three years in office to focus on the doughnut business he opened earlier this year. ?Between business, family, and public service, it is clear that I'm burning more candles at ...Del. Rob Krupicka Won't Seek Re-ElectionARL nowall 4 news articles »

ARL now: Fmr. State Lawmaker Had Trouble Navigating Arlington's Bureaucracy When Opening Donut Shop

June 21, 2016
Fmr. State Lawmaker Had Trouble Navigating Arlington's Bureaucracy When Opening Donut ShopAs an example, she cited the experience of former Democratic state delegate Rob Krupicka, who opened a Sugar Shack Donuts location along Columbia Pike in February. Garvey noted that Krupicka ? who served in the House of Delegates for four years, ...and more »

From the Legislator’s Website

These are all of the video clips of Rob Krupicka’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2013. There are 25 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB329: Crohn's disease, colitis, and irritable bowel syndrome; identification cards and information.
  • HB1310: Taxes on electronic cigarettes and other vapor products.
  • HB1401: Designating the Trooper Jacqueline Vernon Memorial Bridge.
  • HB1589: Personal property; tax relief on certain motor vehicles leased by members of the military.
  • HB1590: Cigarettes and other tobacco products; increases state tax rate.
  • HB1592: High school graduation requirements; verified units of credit, alternative assessments.
  • HB1867: Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; visible mold remediation, obligation of landlord.
  • HB1868: Home care organizations; unlawful advertising.
  • HB1869: Suicide; abolishes common-law crime, penalty.
  • HB1873: Public schools; Board of Education to promulgate regulations for accreditation ratings.
  • HB1876: Crohn's disease, colitis, and irritable bowel syndrome; identification cards and information.
  • HB1877: Coal; expiration of certain tax credits, dedication of additional revenues.
  • HB2156: Health insurance; coverage for hearing aids and related professional services.
  • HB2159: Pedestrians; crossing highways.
  • HB2188: Taxicabs; security cameras required within vehicles.
  • HB2198: State minimum wage; statewide referendum at November 2015 general election on question of increase.
  • HJ492: Constitutional amendment (first resolution); marriage.
  • HJ646: Constitutional amendment; indirect initiative.
  • HJ649: Village Concept; General Assembly to recognize as effective alternative to institution-based care.
  • HJ652: Celebrating the life of Talmadge Theodore Williams.
  • HJ653: Celebrating the life of Nelson Greene, Sr.
  • HB79: Suicide; abolishes common-law crime.
  • HB83: Voter identification; an unexpired Virginia driver's license remains valid at polls, etc.
  • HB93: Employment applications; inquiries regarding criminal arrests, charges, or convictions, penalty.
  • HB103: License plates, special; issuance for supporters of Equality Virginia.
  • HB204: Secretary of the Commonwealth; centralized filing of disclosure forms.
  • HB275: Electoral boards, local; meetings, proceedings, and records.
  • HB276: Marriage; persons other than ministers who may celebrate rites of marriage.
  • HB277: Pedestrians; crossing highways.
  • HB328: Charter; City of Alexandria.
  • HB329: Crohn's disease, colitis, and irritable bowel syndrome; identification cards and information.
  • HB462: Kindergarten; daily program in each school division required to average at least 5.5 hours.
  • HB498: Standards of Learning; assessments and alternative assessment tools.
  • HB502: Child care program; tax credit to employers for operating costs.
  • HB553: A-to-F school grading system; required to assign elementary/secondary schools 5 separate grades.
  • HB554: Homemaker services agencies; establishes licensure requirements.
  • HB696: Higher education; changes name of Virginia Guaranteed Assistance Program.
  • HB892: State employment; questions about criminal convictions, arrests, and charges.
  • HB906: Electric utility regulation; net energy metering by municipalities, etc.
  • HJ15: Vote-by-mail elections; State Board of Elections to study fiscal impact of conducting.
  • HJ58: Constitutional amendment; marriage (first reference).
  • HJ59: Teachers; Department of Education to study impact of certain policies on quality of work.
  • HJ173: Village Concept; Department of Aging and Rehabilitative Services to report.
  • HJ185: Celebrating the life of Thomas J. Fannon.
  • HJ186: Celebrating the life of Lois L. Walker.
  • HJ187: Celebrating the life of Vola Therrell Lawson.
  • HJ237: Celebrating the life of Melvin L. Bergheim.
  • HJ382: Commending the Honorable S. Randolph Sengel.
  • HJ416: Celebrating the life of Ruthanne Giammittorio Lodato.
  • HJ417: Celebrating the life of Kedron Simon.
  • HJ418: Commemorating the 75th anniversary of the sit-in at the Kate Waller Barrett branch library.
  • HJ5230: Commending the Alexandria Redevelopment and Housing Authority.
  • HJ5231: Commending the Alexandria Choral Society.
  • HJ5232: Commending Michele R. Evans.
  • HJ5254: Commending Lonnie C. Rich.
  • HR42: Commending the Alexandria Redevelopment and Housing Authority.
  • HR43: Celebrating the life of Vola Therrell Lawson.
  • HR44: Celebrating the life of Lois L. Walker.
  • HR45: Commending Third Baptist Church.
  • HR46: Commending Bonnie Baxley.
  • HR47: Celebrating the life of Thomas J. Fannon.
  • HR48: Celebrating the life of Melvin L. Bergheim.
  • HR90: Celebrating the life of Dr. Ronald Franklyn Kirby.
  • HR143: Commending Virginia craft beer breweries.
  • HB1375: Customer access to restrooms; retail establishment required to allow customer to use, penalty.
  • HB1502: Index of Performance incentive program; raising achievement of students in proficiency gap groups.
  • HB1503: Standards of Accreditation; adds high school graduation rates, college readiness of graduates, etc.
  • HB1504: Commonwealth Teaching Fellows Program; established.
  • HB1512: Income tax, state and corporate; subtraction for income from space leased to public schools.
  • HB1513: Medical assistance; smoking cessation.
  • HB1650: Retail Sales and Use Tax; revenue distributed to certain localities.
  • HB1651: Unified Innovation Fund; created.
  • HB1673: School calendar; alternative schedules in school divisions offering additional instruction time.
  • HB2262: Nonprofit organizations; exemptions from regulations applicable to restaurants, etc.
  • HB2263: Firearms and ammunition; temporary seizure, penalty.
  • HB2264: Early voting; anticipation of certain emergencies.
  • HB2287: Mental health first aid training plan; local school board complete development of by July 1, 2014.
  • HJ601: Constitutional amendment; free elections, method of voting (first reference).
  • HJ602: Constitutional amendment; right to early childhood education (first reference).
  • HJ615: Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act; DCR to study feasibility of applying provisions to watershed area.
  • HJ657: Veteran population; Department of Veterans Services to study unmet needs.
  • HJ944: Commending Christ Church Episcopal.
  • HR101: Commending Cathal Armstrong.
  • HR171: Commending Friends of Guest House, Inc.