Del. Nadarius Clark (D-Portsmouth)

Photo of Nadarius Clark
Party
Democratic
District
84: County of Isle of Wight (part); Cities of Franklin and Suffolk (part)
Took Office
January 2022
Next Election
November 2025
Copatroning Habits
89% of bills he has copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 97% of them are Democrats. Of all of his fellow copatrons of the bills that he copatroned, 76% of them are Democrats.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
26.7% in 2024
Recent Mentions in the Media

The Virginian-Pilot: Virginia's General Assembly is trending younger. At 28, Del. Clark strives to get young voters involved.

April 3, 2024 | 3:00 am
  

13newsnow.com WVEC: Virginia lawmakers consider rent regulation

January 23, 2024 | 3:00 am
  

Suffolk News-Herald: Nadarius Clark claims House District 84 seatThe Suffolk News-Herald

November 7, 2023 | 3:00 am
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The Virginian-Pilot: Virginia House District 84 winner: Nadarius Clark – The Virginian-Pilot

November 7, 2023 | 3:00 am
  

13newsnow.com WVEC: Virginia 2023 candidates: Clark vs Dillender in the 84th District

November 7, 2023 | 3:00 am
  

Bills

  • HB32: Medicine, Board of; continuing ed. related to implicit bias and cultural competency in health care.
  • HB33: Public drinking water; Commissioner of Health's work group to study occurrence of microplastics.
  • HB34: Contract actions; collection of medical debt, definition.
  • HB35: Firearm safety device tax credit; expands definition of device.
  • HB37: Loan repayment programs; creates program for mental health professionals.
  • HB38: Virginia Retirement System; enhanced retirement benefits for 911 dispatchers.
  • HB187: Teachers; process and timeline for increasing salary.
  • HB351: Firearm; locking device required for purchase, households where minor resides, penalty.
  • HB406: Clean Water Act; cooling water intakes at power plants.
  • HB721: Local anti-rent gouging authority; civil penalty.
  • HB864: Health insurance; coverage for therapeutic day treatment services.
  • HB1310: Zoning; enhanced civil penalties for violations involving nonpermitted commercial uses.
  • HB1311: Divorce; cruelty, reasonable apprehension of bodily hurt, or willful desertion or abandonment.
  • HB1401: Va. Law Officers' Retirement System; adds firefighters employed by Department of Military Affairs.
  • HB1473: Fentanyl education and awareness informational one-sheet; Department of Education shall develop.
  • HR55: Commending the Virginia Union University football team.
  • HR68: Commending the S. Delois Mayes Scholarship Foundation.
  • HR96: Commending the Suffolk Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
  • HR110: Commending Dr. Ben Fitzgerald, III.
  • HR144: Commending Women of Grace, Strength, and Dignity.
  • HR145: Commending Brothers Keepers.
  • HR151: Celebrating the life of Mary Clyde James Carruth.
  • HR152: Celebrating the life of Marie Brinkley Hill.
  • HR214: Commending Karl Wilkins.
  • HR215: Celebrating the life of Ronnie Jerome Everette, Jr.
  • HR354: Commending the Zeta Epsilon Omega chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
  • HR384: Commending Ayana's Hope Cells.
  • HB538: Perinatal health care providers; implicit bias training.
  • HB592: Income tax, state and corporate; conversion to employee ownership.
  • HB1532: Rent stabilization, local; any locality may by ordinance adopt provisions.
  • HB1534: Loan repayment programs; creates program for mental health professionals.
  • HB1538: Health insurance; coverage for doula care services.
  • HB1615: Statute of limitations; medical debt payment period.
  • HB1616: Workplace violence; policy required for certain employers, civil penalty.
  • HB1715: Workplace violence; Department of Labor and Industry to convene work group to evaluate, report.
  • HB1716: Mental health resources; inclusion on Job Safety and Health Protection poster.
  • HB1718: Community corrections alternative program; defendants required to enter into and complete program.
  • HB1719: Virginia Fusion Intelligence Center; release or dissemination of information.
  • HB1720: Divorce; cruelty, reasonable apprehension of bodily hurt, or willful desertion or abandonment.
  • HB1721: Public drinking water; Commissioner of Health's work group to study occurrence of microplastics.
  • HR272: Commending the KLM Scholarship Foundation.
  • HR364: Commending Bishop Samuel L. Carruth.
  • HR365: Celebrating the life of Samuel Irving Blake.
  • HB535: Teachers; required to be compensated at or above national average.
  • HB538: Perinatal health care providers; implicit bias training.
  • HB569: Hospices, home care organizations, private providers, etc; immunity from liability.
  • HB573: Statute of limitations; collection of medical debt.
  • HB592: Income tax, state and corporate; conversion to employee ownership.
  • HB596: Rent stabilization, local; any locality may by ordinance adopt provisions.
  • HB1165: Nolle prosequi or dismissal without prejudice prior to preliminary hearing; subsequent indictment.
  • HB1179: Va. Asian American, Pacific Islander, Latino, and Indigenous Education Advisory Board; established.
  • HB1180: Substance abuse services providers; assessment, tobacco use disorder.
  • HB1220: Right to work; repeals provisions of Code that refers to denial or abridgement.
  • HB1351: Divorce; grounds of cruelty, abuse, desertion, or abandonment eliminates waiting period.
  • HR26: Commending Hope House Foundation.
  • HR27: Commending Big H.O.M.I.E.S.
  • HR28: Commending the Endependence Center, Inc.