Del. Peter Farrell (R-Henrico)

Photo of Peter Farrell
Party
Republican
District
56: Counties of Goochland (part), Henrico (part), Louisa, and Spotsylvania (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2012
Left Office
January 2018
Age
34
Website
farrellfordelegate.com
Copatroning Habits
83% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 76% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 70% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
38.1% in 2017
Campaign Contributions
cash on hand (December 1969 report)
Recent Mentions in the Media

Area programs and Pipestone Avenue of Flags:

May 23, 2018
  Pipestone County StarFull coverage

Recode Daily: Happy days again for Facebook and Twitter:

April 26, 2018
  RecodeFull coverage

IMAGE COMICS August 2018 Solicitations:

May 23, 2018
  NewsaramaFull coverage

Image Comics' August 2018 Solicitations:

May 23, 2018
  CBRFull coverage

Environmental Police Officer List Established:

May 23, 2018
  The Chief-LeaderFull coverage

These are all of the video clips of Peter Farrell’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2012. There are 56 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB165: Meals and food and beverage taxes, local; exemption for sales of meals for fundraising purposes.
  • HB346: Consumer finance companies; motor vehicle title loans, prohibited practices.
  • HB1420: Certificate of public need; repeals certain requirement involving psychiatric beds, etc.
  • HB1421: High school graduation; standard diploma, career and technical education credential, exception.
  • HB1433: Neighborhood Assistance Act Tax Credit; allocation to certain organizations.
  • HB1442: Open-end credit plans; caps amount of loan origination fee.
  • HB1443: Consumer finance lending; application to Internet loans.
  • HB1451: Social Services, Department of; survey for children aging out of foster care.
  • HB1497: Ophthalmic prescriptions; definitions, who may provide prescriptions, requirements.
  • HB1513: Personal appearance by two-way electronic video and audio communication.
  • HB1531: Department of Health; regulations governing Other Do Not Resuscitate Orders.
  • HB1548: Advance directives; admission of person for mental health treatment, capacity determinations.
  • HB1549: Community services boards and behavioral health authorities; services to be provided, report.
  • HB1550: Involuntary Mental Commitment Fund; DBHDS, et al., to study use of Fund.
  • HB1551: Commitment hearings; sharing of records and information.
  • HB1570: Industrial development authority, local; Louisa County airports.
  • HB1571: Workers' compensation; fees for medical services.
  • HJ568: Study; Joint Commission on Health Care to study options for use of telemental health; report.
  • HJ746: Celebrating the life of Roger L. Williams.
  • HJ941: Celebrating the life of Willis Jackson Dunn.
  • HR440: Commending Everett Frank Dunton.
  • HB21: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for certain nonprofit veteran entities.
  • HB22: Income tax, state; sunset provision for tax credit for contributions to political candidates.
  • HB23: Fuels tax; refunds of taxes to certain nonprofit entities.
  • HB28: Qualified equity and subordinated debt investments tax credit; sunset provision.
  • HB33: Small businesses; parental leave tax credit.
  • HB34: Motor vehicle safety inspections; appointments.
  • HB71: Standards of Learning assessments; receipt and administration date.
  • HB108: Industrial development authorities; clarifies term industrial park.
  • HB164: High school graduation; verified units of credit.
  • HB165: Meals and food and beverage taxes, local; exemption for sales of meals for fundraising purposes.
  • HB346: Consumer finance companies; motor vehicle title loans, prohibited practices.
  • HB378: Workers' compensation; fee schedules for medical and legal services.
  • HB744: Electoral boards and general registrars; may apply for legal defense if subpoenaed.
  • HB1187: Sales and Use Tax; exempts parking charges by providers of accommodations to transients.
  • HB1188: Senate districts; changes assignments of two census precincts in Louisa County.
  • HB1355: Research and development expenses tax credit; refundability.
  • HB1356: Impersonation of a minor; use of communications system, penalty.
  • HJ208: Commending Deborah D. Pettit.
  • HJ283: Commending the Honorable Walter A. Stosch.
  • HJ496: Celebrating the life of Leslie Ann Goldman.
  • HR8: Commending the Deep Run High School golf team.
  • HR42: Commending Goochland County Public Schools.
  • HR129: Commending Goochland Middle School.
  • HR190: Commending David A. Kaechele.
  • HB179: Asbestos, Lead, & Home Inspectors, Board for; examination, asbestos worker license applicants.
  • HB1274: Electronic devices; search without a warrant prohibited.
  • HB1302: Standards of Learning tests; expedited retake.
  • HB1303: Local school boards; administration of Standards of Learning assessments.
  • HB1304: Virginia Public School Educational Technology Grants Program; leases of educational technology.
  • HB1305: General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; revolving door prohibition.
  • HB1320: Teacher licensure renewal; college credit.
  • HB1338: Electronic textbooks; hardware.
  • HB1358: Virginia Retirement System; creditable service for members of General Assembly.
  • HB1379: Stationary mail vehicles; related to passing.
  • HB1380: Higher educational institutions, four-year public; dual enrollment programs.
  • HB1556: Economic development, local; revenues from certain taxes for qualified locality.
  • HB1706: Public schools; Standards of Learning tests.
  • HB1755: Freedom Flag; designating as official flag of remembrance of 9/11/01, in Virginia.
  • HB1820: Workers' compensation; pecuniary liability of the employer for medical services, report.
  • HB1821: Post-adoption services.
  • HJ518: Commending Twin Hickory Elementary School.
  • HJ556: Commending the Benedictine College Preparatory school football team.
  • HB170: Grass and weeds; Goochland County authorized to require cutting.
  • HB171: Crime victim rights; offenses by juveniles.
  • HB172: Standards of Learning tests; expedited retake.
  • HB173: Electronic devices; search without warrant prohibited.
  • HB174: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; administrative investigations, local inspectors general.
  • HB175: School boards, local; administration of Standards of Learning assessments.
  • HB176: Tow truck drivers; registration after conviction of violent crimes.
  • HB177: Cutting of grass; statewide application.
  • HB178: Virginia Retirement System; assumed rate of return on investments for employer contributions.
  • HB179: Asbestos, Lead, & Home Inspectors, Board for; examination, asbestos worker license applicants.
  • HB180: Invention development services; required disclosure, civil penalty.
  • HB181: Virginia Retirement System; collection of overpayments to retirees and beneficiaries.
  • HB182: Local employees; retirement benefits.
  • HB183: Juveniles; commitment to Department of Juvenile Justice, consideration of social history, report.
  • HB1081: Adoption; clarifies provisions related to assistance for children with special needs.
  • HB1099: Local meals, & food & beverage taxes; exempts nonprofit entity from collecting on fundraising sales.
  • HB1143: Legislators, state and local government officers, and employees; prohibited conduct.
  • HB1147: Health insurance; offering plans.
  • HB1175: Hunting and fishing; special license for disabled veterans.
  • HJ25: Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights.
  • HJ191: Commending Brian Will.
  • HJ267: Commending Mattie Sites.
  • HJ268: Celebrating the life of Brian McClung Huffman.
  • HJ273: Commending the Virginia Governor's School program.
  • HJ426: Commending the Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation at James River.
  • HJ5218: Commending Gayton Baptist Church.
  • HB1225: State parks; Department of Conservation and Recreation to set camping fees annually, etc.
  • HB1331: Local employees; retirement benefits.
  • HB1332: Local government audit; allowed to request audit from Auditor of Public Accounts upon majority vote.
  • HB1333: Service district boundaries; allows localities to amend after notice and public hearing.
  • HB1478: State Inspector General; powers and duties.
  • HB1479: Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; agenda to be included in meeting notices, etc.
  • HB1480: Real Estate Board; authority to hear fair housing violations by real estate licensees.
  • HB1482: Wastewater works operator; must sit for conventional onsite sewage system operator examination.
  • HB1604: Private security services businesses; carrying firearm in course of duties.
  • HB1620: County government; adoption of optional forms.
  • HB1625: Virginia Retirement System; collection of overpayments to retirees and beneficiaries.
  • HB1647: DUI offenders; compliance with State ignition interlock requirements if convicted out-of-state.
  • HB1659: Private security services businesses; exceptions for certain out-of-state businesses.
  • HB1736: Real Estate Board; protection of escrow funds by real estate licensee, rental agreement, etc.
  • HB1737: Transparency in Developer-Owned Country Club Act; established.
  • HB1738: Invention development services; required disclosure, civil penalty.
  • HJ547: Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights to persons convicted of nonviolent felonies.
  • HJ607: Parental rights and third-party custody and visitation awards; Bar Association to study current law.
  • HJ711: Commending the Goochland High School football team.
  • HJ779: Commending The Central Virginian.
  • HJ802: Commending the voters of Goochland County.
  • HJ803: Commending Luck Companies.
  • HR161: Commending Michael Schiavo.
  • HR207: Commending the voters of Goochland County.
  • HB520: State Inspector General, Office of; performance review of state agencies.
  • HB521: Indemnifying bond; not required of Commonwealth.