Del. Mark Levine (D-Alexandria)

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45: Counties of Arlington (part) and Fairfax (part); City of Alexandria (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2016
Next Election
November 2019
Health, Welfare and Institutions, Militia, Police and Public Safety
Copatroning Habits
87% 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, 73% of them are Democrats.
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Bills Passed
5.3% in 2017
Recent Mentions in the Media

Republican senator lectures Del. Mark Levine over 'civilities of the chamber' after email about guns and GOP:

February 23, 2018
  Richmond.comTensions Are Rising in Richmond Over Gun Control  WVTFFull coverage

Del. Levine Nabs Potential Voting Machine Loophole:

March 19, 2018
  Falls Church News PressFull coverage

Danica Roem looks back on first months in office:

March 22, 2018
  Washington BladeFull coverage

Percentage of bills killed on unrecorded votes drops in Virginia General Assembly:

March 16, 2018
  Richmond.comFull coverage

Gun-control issue boils over in Virginia House after fiery speech from delegate:

March 2, 2018
  Washington PostFreitas Launches Blistering Monologue Against Democrat Hypocrisy  The Republican StandardFull coverage

These are all of the video clips of Mark Levine’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2016. There are 32 video clips in all.


  • HB39: Minimum wage, local alternative; establishes procedure by which wage may be imposed in any locality.
  • HB40: Family and Medical Leave Insurance Program; established, effective clause.
  • HB41: Firearms; mechanical devices designed to increase rate of fire, penalty.
  • HB136: Alcoholic beverage control; annual mixed beverage special events licenses for museums.
  • HB137: Marijuana; possession or distribution for medical purposes.
  • HB138: Fornication; repeals crime.
  • HB140: Firearm transfers; criminal history record information checks, penalty.
  • HB401: Discrimination; sexual orientation and gender identity.
  • HB402: Law-enforcement agencies, local; body-worn camera systems.
  • HB403: Voter registration; automatic voter registration.
  • HB404: Open-end credit plans; prohibits a creditor from extending credit at an annual rate exceeding 36%.
  • HB405: Firearms; possession and transport following certain convictions, penalty.
  • HB406: Guardianship; communication between incapacitated persons & others, notification of relatives.
  • HB424: Animal shelters; administration of Schedule VI biological products.
  • HB425: Cruelty to animals; treatment for violations, ownership of animals.
  • HB426: Careless driving; cause of injury to vulnerable road user, penalty.
  • HB699: Motor vehicle fuels; sales tax in certain transportation districts.
  • HB701: General Assembly; streaming and recording every committee and subcommittee meeting.
  • HB702: Libraries; assessment for costs in civil actions, disbursement for law libraries.
  • HB807: Custody and visitation agreements; best interests of the child, definition of other violent abuse.
  • HB814: Firearms; control by localities, lawful demonstrations and protests.
  • HB815: Individuals receiving services; right to unmonitored communication and access to 911.
  • HB1097: War veterans; removal of certain monuments or memorials.
  • HB1098: Monuments and memorials, certain; removal to prominently display in outdoor location of museum.
  • HB1099: Historical Statues in the United States Capitol, Commission on; established, report.
  • HB1100: Involuntary admission order; person may not possess, purchase or transport firearms.
  • HB1269: Electronic Identity Management Act; federated digital identity systems.
  • HB2126: Family and Medical Leave Insurance Program; established.
  • HB2127: Victims of sexual assault; rights of victims, physical evidence recovery kits.
  • HB2128: Custody and visitation agreements; best interests of the child.
  • HB2129: Virginia Human Rights Act; prohibits discrimination in employment.
  • HB2130: Motor vehicles; motor fuel sales tax in certain transportation districts.
  • HB2131: Libraries; assessment for costs in civil actions, disbursement for law libraries.
  • HB2132: Towing advisory board, local; membership.
  • HB2133: Recount procedures; initial audit of ballot scanner machines.
  • HB2134: Law-enforcement agencies, local; body-worn cameras.
  • HB2135: Medical marijuana; written certification.
  • HB2444: Presidential candidates; required statement regarding disclosure of federal tax returns.
  • HB2445: Open-end credit plan loans; establishes requirements for loans.
  • HB2446: Immunity of persons; defamation, statements regarding matters of public concern, sanctions.
  • HJ699: Constitutional amendment (first resolution); Governor's term of office.
  • HJ700: Study; Broadband Advisory Council; broadband availability and the most cost-effective coverage.
  • HJ973: Commending Jennifer Burgin.
  • HJ983: Commending Beulah Baptist Church.
  • HJ1009: Commemorating the life and legacy of Captain Humbert Roque Versace.
  • HJ1036: Commemorating the lives and legacies of Jewish victims of the Holocaust.
  • HB995: Minimum wage; establishes a procedure by which a local alternative wage may be imposed.
  • HB996: Police and court records; expungement of certain misdemeanor drug offenses.
  • HB997: Marijuana; decriminalization of simple marijuana possession.
  • HB998: Law-enforcement agencies, local; body-worn cameras.
  • HB999: Family and Medical Insurance Leave Program; review of eligibility and benefit payments.
  • HB1000: Online firearm sale; criminal history record information check, penalties.
  • HB1001: Terrorist Screening Database; check of Database required prior to purchasing firearm from dealer.
  • HB1002: Voter registration; automatic voter registration.
  • HB1003: Voting systems; voter-verifiable paper record.
  • HB1004: Provisional voting; voter photograph taken at polling place.
  • HB1005: VA Human Rights Act; public employment, public accommodation, & housing, prohibited discrimination.
  • HB1006: Marriage; persons other than ministers who may celebrate rites.
  • HB1007: Recognition of EMS Personnel Licensure Interstate Compact; created.
  • HB1008: Motor vehicle fuels; sales tax in certain transportation districts, price floor.
  • HB1009: Custody and visitation agreements; court to consider best interests the of child.
  • HB1154: Electronic communications; contents; admissibility.
  • HB1278: Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Compact of 1966; membership.
  • HJ135: Constitutional amendment (first resolution); Governor's term of office.
  • HJ380: Celebrating the life of Dana McLeod.