Delegate Paul Krizek (D-Alexandria)

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44: County of Fairfax (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2016
Next Election
November 2017
Counties, Cities and Towns, Courts of Justice
Copatroning Habits
76% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 99% of them are Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 64% of them are Democrats.
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Bills Passed
5% in 2016
Recent Mentions in the Media

Virginia Connection Newspapers: Commentary: Returning to Richmond for 'Veto Session'

March 29, 2017
Commentary: Returning to Richmond for 'Veto Session'#Next week I will join my General Assembly colleagues at the Capitol for the 2017 Reconvened Session, also known as the ?Veto Session.? According to the Rules of the House, the purpose of the Reconvened Session is to ?specifically, and exclusively,? ...and more »

Virginia Connection Newspapers: Commentary: What Happens to Uninsured Virginians?

March 14, 2017
#With the recent release of what is looking to be a detrimental and ill-planned Republican healthcare bill, and with major GOP candidates for Governor endorsing an irresponsible Medicaid block grant, Virginians are once again paying for the legislature ...and more »

Virginia Connection Newspapers: Mount Vernon-Lee Chamber Hears Route 1 Update

March 15, 2017
#Del. Paul Krizek (D-44) asked if it would be possible to simply move the center line of the new roadway to avoid having to relocate established businesses. VDOT said they would try to make small shifts, but reiterated the design is still very preliminary.and more » Elected Leaders Condemn ICE Activity In Northern Virginia

March 3, 2017
Virginia State Senators Scott Surovell, Barbara Favola, and Adam Ebbin, along with Delegate Paul Krizek, Arlington County Board Vice-Chair Katie Cristol, Alexandria Mayor Allison Silberberg, and Fairfax County School Board Member Karen Corbett ...and more »

Virginia Connection Newspapers: Commentary: Republicans and Democrats Working Together

March 6, 2017
#The 2017 General Assembly session is complete, and I'm proud that we were able to accomplish our top priority for the year, addressing the $1.25 billion budget hole caused by a weaker than expected economy, in a bipartisan and collaborative manner, ...and more »

These are all of the video clips of Paul Krizek’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2016. There are 1 video clips in all.


  • HB618: Distributed electric generation; establishment of community solar gardens.
  • HB1557: Temporary injunction of contract for services; rape, forcible sodomy, or object sexual penetration.
  • HB1558: Safety restraint use in motor vehicles.
  • HB1559: Special identification cards; fee for issuance of duplicate or reissuance, expiration of cards.
  • HB1560: Procedure when aliens convicted of certain felonies; forms.
  • HB1561: Public school buses; seat belts.
  • HB1673: Issuance of disabled parking placards by physician.
  • HB2049: Driver's license; suspension of license for nonpayment of fines and court costs.
  • HB2270: Spousal liability for emergency medical care; property held as tenants by the entireties.
  • HB2271: Custodial rights of person who committed sexual assault; clear and convincing standard.
  • HB2272: Compact fluorescent light (CFL) bulb recycling; local ordinances, civil penalties.
  • HB2275: Absentee voting; eligibility of persons age 65 or older.
  • HB2283: Wages; cause of action against an employer for nonpayment.
  • HJ575: Study; Department of General Services; Infrastructure investments that yield energy savings; report.
  • HJ636: Study; economic impacts of litter on fishing, farming, and water quality in urban streams; report.
  • HJ729: Commending New Hope Housing.
  • HJ910: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Frank Medico.
  • HB45: Payday loan offices and motor vehicle title loan offices; distance from casino facility.
  • HB135: In-state tuition charges; eligibility of members of state-recognized Virginia tribes.
  • HB144: Indigenous Peoples Day; designating as fourth Wednesday in November and each succeeding year.
  • HB391: Motor vehicle title loan offices; distance from military base.
  • HB392: Family and Children's Trust Fund; revenue matching for special license plates for supporters.
  • HB613: Rail and Public Transportation, Department of; acquisition of real estate and rights-of-way.
  • HB614: Organ donation; mandated choice.
  • HB618: Distributed electric generation; establishment of community solar gardens.
  • HB620: Elderly or disabled adults; financial exploitation.
  • HB623: Minimum wage; increases minimum wage from its current federally mandated level.
  • HB627: Vapor products; establishing state and local taxes.
  • HB1184: Social Services, Department of; increase of TANF benefits.
  • HJ41: Commending Pamela L. Michell.
  • HJ72: Minimum wage; effects of increasing the in the Commonwealth.
  • HJ204: Celebrating the life of Kenneth Earl Blunt.
  • HJ225: Celebrating the life of Ruth Ann Harvey.
  • HJ347: Indigenous Peoples Day.
  • HJ435: Commending Good Shepherd Housing and Family Services, Inc.
  • HJ494: Commending the West Potomac High School boys' basketball team.
  • HJ495: Commending Inova Mount Vernon Hospital.