Senator Mamie Locke (D-Hampton)

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Party
Democratic
District
2: Hampton City (Part), Newport News City (Part), Portsmouth City (Part), York County (Part) [map]
Took Office
January 2004
Next Election
November 2019
Committees
Education and Health, Public Education
Copatroning Habits
69% of bills she copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of her bills, 78% of them are Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that she also copatroned, 53% of them are Democrats.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
9.1% in 2016
Campaign Contributions
cash on hand (December 1969 report)
Recent Mentions in the Media

Daily Press: Legislative notebook: Officer-involved shooting bills dismissed

January 25, 2017
A trio of bills from state Sen. Mamie Locke dealing with officer-involved shootings went down one at a time Wednesday in a Senate committee. "There was absolutely no engagement," Locke said after the meeting." I think minds were made up before I even ...and more »

Daily Press: In the Virginia Senate, an airing of grievances on conflicts of interest

February 16, 2017
A state senator voiced concerns this week that are seldom uttered publicly at the Virginia General Assembly, saying Senate Majority Leader Thomas K. "Tommy" Norment has a conflict of interest. Norment, R-James City, makes $60,000 a year as an adjunct ...and more »

The Commonwealth Times: Senate committee rejects two pro-choice bills

January 31, 2017
Sen. Mamie Locke (D-Hampton) sponsored SB1424, which would have ended the state requirement that a woman wait or undergo an ultrasound if she wants an abortion. Photo by Maura Mazurowski. Five days earlier, half a million protesters showed up for ...

wtvr.com: Senate Committee rejects 2 pro-choice bills despite strong support

January 27, 2017
SB 1424, sponsored by Sen. Mamie Locke, D-Hampton, would have allowed a woman who had received medically necessary information about abortion from her doctor to choose not to receive additional, non-medical information. It also would have ended ...and more »

wtvr.com: Senate rejects bill targeting protesters who remain at scene

January 23, 2017
The legislation, proposed by Sen. Richard Stuart, R-Westmoreland, was defeated on a 14-26 vote, as several Republicans joined Democrats in opposing it. The American Civil Liberties Union said the bill was an overreaction to civil disobedience. Bill ...Anti-protest bill goes down on bipartisan voteDaily Pressall 63 news articles »

These are all of the video clips of Mamie Locke’s remarks on the floor of the Senate since 2009. There are 180 video clips in all.

Bills

  • SB53: Abortion; removes requirement that a woman undergo ultrasound prior to procedure.
  • SB105: Virginia Housing Trust Fund; revenue deposits.
  • SB857: Conditional rezoning; certain conditional rezoning proffers, floor area ratio.
  • SB858: Discontinued cases; court has discretion to reinstate case.
  • SB884: Waste and recycling charges; liens.
  • SB885: Tests for infection with human immunodeficiency virus or hepatitis B, C virus; order of magistrate.
  • SB956: County food and beverage tax.
  • SB957: Recordings; destruction or seizure by a law-enforcement officer.
  • SB958: Disclosure of information regarding former deputy sheriffs and law-enforcement officers.
  • SB1000: Officer-involved shootings; model policy for investigations; disclosure of report.
  • SB1001: Fort Monroe Authority; increases number of members on Board of Trustees.
  • SB1037: Virginia Residential Property Disclosure Act; required disclosures; local historic districts.
  • SB1038: Open-end credit plans.
  • SB1356: Informal truancy plans; students with multiple discretionary diversions.
  • SB1424: Abortion; informed written consent.
  • SB1471: Virginia Alternative Energy and Coastal Protection Act; established, report.
  • SB1495: Marriage; suits to annul.
  • SB1528: Virginia Public Procurement Act; small business and microbusiness procurement enhancement program.
  • SJ9: Constitutional amendment; marriage (first reference).
  • SJ220: Constitutional amendment (first resolution); marriage.
  • SJ222: Constitutional amendment; qualifications to vote, restoration of civil rights.
  • SJ249: Celebrating the life of the Honorable John C. Miller.
  • SJ256: Commending the NASA Langley Research Center.
  • SJ319: Constitutional amendment (first resolution); qualifications of voters and the right to vote.
  • SJ326: Commending Francena McCorory.
  • SJ327: Celebrating the life of Dr. Debra Saunders-White.
  • SB53: Ultrasound prior to abortion.
  • SB54: Payday loans; permitted interest.
  • SB55: Disposable plastic shopping bags; local option to prohibit distribution.
  • SB56: Grass, weeds, and other foreign growth; local cutting ordinances include overgrown shrubs and trees.
  • SB105: Virginia Housing Trust Fund; revenue deposits.
  • SB163: Driving in flooded areas; localities may by ordinance prohibit, penalties.
  • SB334: Toll violations at all-electronic toll facilities; administrative fees and period of nonpayment.
  • SB404: Medical assistance; health insurance, payment for prescription contraceptives.
  • SB502: School efficiency reviews; scope and costs.
  • SB623: Consumer finance loans; rate of interest.
  • SB624: York River; scenic and historic designations.
  • SB628: Threats of death or bodily injury; penalty.
  • SJ9: Constitutional amendment (first resolution); marriage.
  • SJ20: Celebrating the life of Martha E. Dawson.
  • SJ21: Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. William Douglas Booth.
  • SJ22: Celebrating the life of Colethia R. Holcomb.
  • SJ23: Celebrating the life of Wilford Taylor, Sr.
  • SJ38: Juvenile court records; Commission on Youth to study expungement of records.
  • SJ58: Recurrent flooding; joint subcommittee to formulate recommendations.
  • SJ65: Celebrating the life of Rosa Ileana Johnson.
  • SJ80: Historic properties without homeowner associations; VHC to study disclosure of information.
  • SR85: Commending the Woman's Club of Norfolk.
  • SB598: Virginia Health Spa Act; exclusion for dojos.
  • SB613: Juvenile delinquency prevention and youth development programs; savings grants.
  • SB695: Hampton, City of; amending charter, candidacy of councilmembers in mayoral election.
  • SB733: Abortion; requirement for ultrasound.
  • SB744: Portsmouth, City of; members, etc., of board of zoning appeals shall be appointed by governing body.
  • SB775: Virginia Residential Property Disclosure Act; representations related to special flood hazard zones.
  • SB797: Photo-monitoring systems; enforcement.
  • SB798: Handguns; limitation on purchases, penalty.
  • SB843: Claims; Jonathan Christopher Montgomery.
  • SB844: Child day programs; exemptions from licensure.
  • SB1013: Virginia Public Building Authority; Military Mission Improvement and Expansion projects.
  • SB1079: Flood protection plan.
  • SB1320: Public schools; accreditation ratings.
  • SJ86: Advanced Composites Initiative; encouraging development at historic Langley Research Center.
  • SJ262: Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization; signage.
  • SR55: Commending the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
  • SR80: Commending the Dochiki Civic and Social Club, Inc.
  • SR110: Celebrating the life of Reuben V. Burrell.
  • SB18: Unemployment compensation; voluntarily leaving employment to accompany military spouse.
  • SB163: Local Government, Commission on; local mandates.
  • SB164: Payday loans; permitted interest.
  • SB165: Public-Private Transportation Act of 1995; additional requirements for certain agreements.
  • SB166: Fort Monroe Authority; powers and duties, land and utility ownership.
  • SB562: College partnership laboratory schools; tuition.
  • SB597: Regional Criminal Justice Academy Training Fund; local fee.
  • SB598: Virginia Health Spa Act; exclusion for dojos.
  • SB613: Juvenile delinquency prevention and youth development programs; savings grants.
  • SB617: Abortion; removes requirement that woman undergo transabdominal ultrasound.
  • SB618: Health insurance; essential health benefits, abortion coverage.
  • SJ3: Recurrent flooding; joint subcommittee established to formulate recommendations to address.
  • SJ86: Advanced Composites Initiative; encouraging development at historic Langley Research Center.
  • SJ108: Commending Desiree Williams.
  • SJ117: Commending Mary McCoy.
  • SJ118: Celebrating the life of Master Sergeant Lee James Scaife, USAF (Ret.).
  • SJ5025: Commending the Hampton University women's basketball team.
  • SJ5026: Celebrating the life of Rufus Langford.
  • SR14: Celebrating the life of Charles Waldo Scott, Jr.
  • SB27: License plates; display of single plate on registered vehicles.
  • SB755: Payday lending; repeals provisions authorizing lending in State.
  • SB840: Fraud; court may vacate judgment of criminal conviction or adjudication of person.
  • SB841: Uniform Statewide Building Code; establishment of occupancy standards for residential dwelling unit.
  • SB842: Charter; City of Hampton.
  • SB992: Background checks; children's residential facilities regulated by Department of Juvenile Justice.
  • SB1013: Landlord and tenant laws; application to certain occupants of hotel, motel, etc.
  • SB1196: School choice; Board of Education to include information regarding parent and student choice.
  • SB1224: Virginia Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory housing practices.
  • SJ57: Property owners, low-income; JLARC to study real property tax relief, executive summary.
  • SJ262: Celebrating the life of Dr. Freddye Sue Turner Davy.
  • SJ263: Celebrating the life of James Wesley Dix, Sr.
  • SJ278: Property owners, low-income; JLARC to study real property tax relief, executive summary.
  • SJ304: Commending Francena McCorory.
  • SJ305: Commending Kellie Wells.
  • SJ445: Celebrating the life of Laurel Tucker Duplessis.
  • SR51: Celebrating the life of Chief Master Sergeant Claude Vann, Jr., USAF (Ret.).
  • SB27: License plates; display of single plate on registered vehicles.
  • SB28: Payday loans; permitted interest.
  • SB32: Assessments for local improvements, special; adds City of Hampton to localities that may impose.
  • SB33: Hampton, City of; special commissioner to execute title to real estate with delinquent taxes, etc.
  • SB34: Rental payments; landlord accounting of tenant credits and debits upon written request.
  • SB35: Landlords; recovery of possession limited, changes definition of dwelling unit, etc.
  • SB286: Sale of property; City of Newport News to sell certain property for nominal amount.
  • SB287: Charter; City of Newport News.
  • SB288: Alcoholic beverage control; recycling for certain retail on-premises licensees required.
  • SB289: Alcohol, open container; no person shall possess in passenger area of motor vehicle, civil penalty.
  • SB472: Common Interest Community Board; authorized to terminate inactive condominium, etc., registrations.
  • SB473: Fort Monroe Authority Act; declaration of policy, Governor to approve Fort Monroe Master Plan.
  • SB474: Freedom of Information Act; exemption for cell phone numbers for EMS personnel and firefighters.
  • SB475: College partnership laboratory schools; development of programs with public school divisions.
  • SJ57: Property owners, low-income; JLARC to study real property tax relief.
  • SJ58: Shaken Baby Syndrome Awareness Week.
  • SJ59: Commending the Montford Point Marine Association Tidewater, Virginia Chapter #14.
  • SJ60: Celebrating the life of Royzell L. Dillard.
  • SJ61: Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. William James Marshall.
  • SJ62: Commending the Phoebus High School football team.
  • SJ144: Celebrating the life of William Alfred Smith.
  • SJ146: Commending the work of the Fort Monroe Authority, Citizens for a Fort Monroe National Park, Hampton
  • SJ166: Celebrating the life of Benjamin Frank Boyd.
  • SJ5010: Celebrating the life of Susan Bentley Joseph.
  • SB22: Assault and battery; penalty when against fire marshals and assistant fire marshals.
  • SB604: Assault and battery; if person commits against ABC agent, guilty of Class 6 felony.
  • SB751: Motor vehicle title loans; caps interest rate.
  • SB752: Payday loans; permitted interest.
  • SB772: Assault and battery; penalty when against fire marshals with police powers.
  • SB773: Aircraft noise attenuation features; adoption, etc. of regulations with regard to installation.
  • SB796: Rehabilitative programming; earned sentence credits.
  • SB797: Human Rights Act; adds sexual orientation to definition of unlawful discriminatory practice.
  • SB829: Tenants' assertion; rent escrow.
  • SB830: Fair Housing Law; unlawful discriminatory practice on applications that are for affordable housing.
  • SB985: Housing Development Authority Act; terms and conditions of purchases, etc., to lenders of mortgages.
  • SB986: Certificate of public need; exempts Veterans Services facilities.
  • SB1369: Clerks; may provide official certificates and certified records in digital form, etc.
  • SB1399: Veterans Services, Department of; ratio of department staff to veterans residing in State.
  • SB1400: Fort Monroe Authority Act; created.
  • SB1424: Virginia Public Procurement Act; action against contractor's payment bond.
  • SB1425: Virginia Public Procurement Act; process for withdrawal of bid due to error.
  • SB1460: Workforce skills enhancement training program; established for unemployed workers.
  • SJ277: Celebrating the life of William Hickerson Thomas.
  • SJ278: Celebrating the life of Yvonne Satterfield Six.
  • SJ279: Celebrating the life of Patrice R. Calloway.
  • SJ296: Commending Virginia's Operational Integration Cyberspace Center of Excellence and City of Hampton.
  • SJ366: Celebrating the life of Mae Ernestine Hamlin Scott.
  • SJ375: Celebrating the life of Albert Eugene Simpson.
  • SJ387: Commending Sheriff B.J. Roberts.
  • SJ406: Celebrating the life of Barbara Ann Simpson LeSeur.
  • SJ441: Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Walter Henry Maxwell, Sr.
  • SB20: Open-end loan plans; caps finance charges and fees that may be charged on extension of credit.
  • SB21: Payday loans; limiting interest to a maximum annual rate of 36 percent.
  • SB22: Assault and battery; penalty when against fire marshals and assistant fire marshals.
  • SB23: Aerospace Advisory Council; powers and duties, membership.
  • SB24: Teachers; extends sunset provision on requirements for identifying and reporting critical shortage.
  • SB214: Fair Housing Board; establishes educational materials concerning Fair Housing Law.
  • SB215: Contractors, Board for; certification of accessibility mechanics.
  • SB216: Fair Housing Board; establishes educational materials on Fair Housing Law.
  • SB217: Motorboat; a locality may, by ordinance, impose annual registration fee.
  • SB315: Fort Monroe Authority; created.
  • SB316: Telecommunications relay service; defines end-user equipment, sunset provision.
  • SB604: Assault and battery; if person commits against ABC agent, guilty of Class 6 felony.
  • SB616: Rental assistance pilot project; Department of Housing and Community Development to establish.
  • SB666: Unemployment compensation; employee voluntarily leaving employment to accompany military spouse.
  • SB705: Taxation, new and increased; additional revenues to be appropriated for funding SOQ.
  • SJ3: Celebrating the life of Thomas Boone Nottingham.
  • SJ4: Celebrating the life of Douglas Junious DePriest.
  • SJ5: Celebrating the life of Harriet Nachman Storm.
  • SJ134: Celebrating the life of Raymond Celester Crittenden, Jr.
  • SJ152: Commending the Phoebus High School football team.
  • SJ153: Celebrating the life of Hannibal E. Howell, Jr., M.D.
  • SJ156: Celebrating the life of Theodore Edward BaCote, Jr.
  • SJ240: Celebrating the life of Major General (USA Ret.) Alvin Bryant, M.D.
  • SJ269: Celebrating the life of Margaret C. Allen.
  • SB526: Vehicle safety inspections; required every 24 months instead of every 12 months.
  • SB814: Retirement System; changes formula for purchase of service by school division superintendents.
  • SB815: Intestate succession; if parent willfully deserts child, no person may inherit from child's estate.
  • SB816: Fire marshals; increased to a Class 6 felony for assault and battery thereof.
  • SB820: Motorboats; authorizes county, city, or town to impose registration fee on certain.
  • SB832: Firearms; possessing or carrying dangerous weapon in public buildings during official meetings.
  • SB833: Notaries public; electronic notarization to be developed by Secretary of Commonwealth, etc.
  • SB834: Public Procurement Act; procurement of architectural & professional engineering service for project.
  • SB835: Va. Alcohol Safety Action Program (VASAP); increase of fee for person entering program.
  • SB1093: Mutual aid agreement; institution of higher learning having police force appointed to enter therein.
  • SB1094: Derelict buildings and structures; locality authorized to require removal, repair, etc., thereof.
  • SB1315: Machinery and tools; separate classification for local taxation.
  • SB1321: Advanced shipbuilding training grant program; established.
  • SB1477: Aerospace Advisory Council; adds Director of Space Grant Consortium to serve as ex officio.
  • SB1478: Freedom of Information Act; building and fire code complaints.
  • SB1495: Unemployment compensation; voluntarily leaving employment to accompany military spouse.
  • SJ282: Celebrating the life of Mary Mildred Carrington.
  • SJ283: Celebrating the life of Arnetta Gilmore Washington.
  • SJ326: Commending the Phoebus High School football team
  • SJ327: Celebrating the life of Henry Whitehead, Jr.
  • SJ383: Celebrating the life of Felicia Bryan Farrar Johnson.
  • SJ452: Commending Harriet N. Storm.
  • SJ453: Celebrating the life of Sue Edmondson Wilder.
  • SJ454: Celebrating the life of Clarence Wesley Harris.
  • SJ464: Celebrating the life of Melvin Ross Simpson.
  • SJ5005: Celebrating the life of Sattie Joyce Harris Byrd.
  • SJ5017: Commending the Heritage High School girls' basketball team.
  • SB32: Libraries; localities may adopt an ordinance prohibiting firearms, etc. on premises.
  • SB33: Outdoor theaters, cabarets, etc.; localities may adopt an ordinance to prohibit firearms on premise.
  • SB238: Payday lending charges; establishes maximum annual interest rate.
  • SB239: Taxpayer information; local officials to provide direct access for use by fire, rescue, etc.
  • SB240: Martin Luther King, Jr. Living History & Public Policy Center;tax refunds paid to Board of Trustees.
  • SB242: Resources Authority; financing energy conservation and energy efficiency projects.
  • SB278: Payday Loan Act; repealing Act referring thereto.
  • SB501: Smoking; prohibited in restaurants.
  • SB521: Veterans services; changes references under powers & duties of Commissioner of Veterans Services.
  • SB522: Law-enforcement officer; assault and battery against, penalty.
  • SB526: Vehicle safety inspections; required every 24 months instead of every 12 months.
  • SJ45: Juveniles; Advisory Committee on Juvenile Justice to study process of whether to try as adult.
  • SJ52: Celebrating the life of George Christopher Cypress, Jr.
  • SJ53: Celebrating the life of Gregory Cherry.
  • SJ54: Celebrating the life of
  • SJ55: Teachers; joint subcommittee to study shortage in State.
  • SJ56: Vacant residential units; Housing Commission to study problem in densely populated urban areas.
  • SJ113: Commending the Hampton High School girls' basketball team
  • SJ267: Commending Petty Officer Second Class Arthur Stoddard and Chief Petty Officer Tarry Jones.
  • SJ5005: Celebrating the life of Sattie Joyce Harris Byrd.
  • SJ5017: Commending the Heritage High School girls' basketball team.
  • SB45: Real property taxes; Virginia Port Authority to determine service charges in lieu of.
  • SB177: Enterprise zone job creation grants; deletion of terms from definition of grant eligible position.
  • SB178: Enterprise zones; real property investment grants.
  • SB179: Human Rights Act; prohibition of discrimination in employment based on certain criminal convictions.
  • SB766: Minimum wage; increase per hour.
  • SB767: Libraries; provides that localities may adopt an ordinance that prohibits firearms, etc. therein.
  • SB768: Small business; change in definition.
  • SB798: Sewage overflows; authorizes Water Control Board to issue administrative orders for corrective act.
  • SB799: Charter; City of Newport News.
  • SB1018: Charter; City of Hampton.
  • SB1184: Military Affairs, Department of; establishes specific duties and functions to be carried out.
  • SB1185: Real Estate Transaction Recovery Fund; allows interest thereon to be used to educate public, etc.
  • SB1320: Payday Loan Act.
  • SB1380: Victims of crime; restorative mediation.
  • SB1381: Intestate succession; desertion by parents.
  • SJ320: Celebrating the life of Wilbert Earl Ashe, Jr.
  • SJ321: Celebrating the life of Sidney Franklin Ricks, Sr.
  • SJ322: Celebrating the life of Lottie Barksdale Spencer.
  • SJ323: Celebrating the life of Airman First Class Leebernard Emmanuel Chavis.
  • SJ329: High school dropout and graduation rates; Board of Education to study.
  • SJ413: Commending the Phoebus High School football team
  • SJ489: Celebrating the life of Ollie M. Bowman, Jr.
  • SJ490: Celebrating the life of Johnnie Lee Bell Bunch.
  • SJ503: Celebrating the life and work of William H. Moses, Jr.
  • SR63: Celebrating the life of Vivian Frazier Green.
  • SB44: Residential community programs; Dept. of Corrections to allow nonviolent prisoners to participate.
  • SB45: Real property taxes; Virginia Port Authority to determine service charges in lieu of.
  • SB46: Local housing rehabilitation zones; created.
  • SB177: Enterprise zone job creation grants; deletion of terms from definition of grant eligible position.
  • SB178: Enterprise zones; real property investment grants.
  • SB179: Human Rights Act; prohibition of discrimination in employment based on certain criminal convictions.
  • SB180: Proof of legal presence in the United States.
  • SB181: Conditional use permits; locality impose condition related to retail alcoholic beverage licensees.
  • SB330: Legislative appointees on certain boards.
  • SB367: Drug treatment courts; established in City of Newport News.
  • SB625: Carousel Site; conveyance of property to nonmunicipal entity in City of Hampton.
  • SJ25: Overhead utility lines; joint subcommittee to study feasibility & costs of placement underground.
  • SJ26: Celebrating the life of Bernice Jackson Everson.
  • SJ27: Celebrating the life of Theophlise Lee Twitty.
  • SJ28: Celebrating the life of Mozelle Price Russell.
  • SJ29: Celebrating the life of Sheila M. Williams.
  • SJ30: Celebrating the life of Joe Nathan Allen.
  • SJ31: Commending Mary E. Johnson.
  • SJ32: Commending Maria Cecire.
  • SJ66: Commending the Bethel High School girls' track team.
  • SJ67: Celebrating the life of Private First Class Lee Arthur Lewis Jr.
  • SJ140: Commending the Hampton High School football team.
  • SJ5040: Commending Turner M. Spencer.