Sen. Patsy Ticer (D-Alexandria)

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Party
Democratic
District
30: Alexandria City (Part), Arlington County (Part), Fairfax County (Part) [map]
Took Office
January 1996
Left Office
January 2012
Copatroning Habits
74% of bills she copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of her bills, 83% of them are Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that she also copatroned, 60% of them are Democrats.
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Recent Mentions in the Media

The Zebra: Caen! Mayor Wilson Leads Delegation to Alexandria's Sister CityThe Zebra

July 1, 2019 | 3:00 am
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Washington Business Journal: Old Town Alexandria's waterfront park has a likely name. It's not Parky McParkface.

December 7, 2018 | 3:00 am
  

Alexandria Times: Post-mortem on La Bergerie

June 28, 2018 | 3:00 am
  

Alexandria Times: After long-running lawsuit, La Bergerie isn't moving forward with relocation

June 18, 2018 | 3:00 am
  

Alexandria Gazette Packet: Scholarship Fund of Alexandria Awards $400,000 to Students

June 18, 2018 | 3:00 am
  

These are all of the video clips of Patsy Ticer’s remarks on the floor of the Senate since 2009. There are 87 video clips in all.

Bills

  • SB567: Adoptee access; grants adult adoptees by-right access to original birth certificate.
  • SB571: Zoning; transfer of development rights.
  • SB573: Kinesiotherapists; licensure.
  • SB1235: Charitable organizations; exemptions to reporting requirements for certain veterans' posts, etc.
  • SB1236: Income tax, state; clean fuel vehicle job creation tax credit.
  • SB1237: Ground water withdrawal permit fees; increases maximum amount State Water Control Board can charge.
  • SB1238: TANF; eligibility for assistance when convicted of drug-related felonies.
  • SB1239: Personal Information Privacy Act; makes several amendments to Act.
  • SB1463: Kinesiotherapists; requires Board of Medicine to license and regulate.
  • SJ357: U.S. Constitution; ratifies Equal Rights Amendment that was proposed by Congress in 1972.
  • SJ388: Commending the Virginia Breast Cancer Foundation.
  • SJ415: Commending the 10 River Basin Grand Winners of the Clean Water Farm Award Program.
  • SB563: Charitable organizations; veterans' posts or organizations exempt from reporting requirements.
  • SB564: Coal surface mining; refuse control.
  • SB565: Voltage regulation technologies; electric utilities to recover costs and earn 15 percent rate.
  • SB566: Passing vehicles; any vehicle passing a bicycle, etc., shall pass at least three feet to left.
  • SB567: Adoptee access; grants adult adoptees by-right access to original birth certificate.
  • SB568: Charitable organizations; veterans' posts or organizations exempt from reporting requirements.
  • SB569: State Water Supply Plan Advisory Committee; established.
  • SB570: Primates; prohibits any person from acquiring after July 1, 2010, penalty.
  • SB571: Zoning; transfer of development rights.
  • SB572: Charter; City of Alexandria.
  • SB573: Kinesiotherapists; licensure.
  • SB574: Wireless telecommunications devices; prohibits talking on such device unless in hands-free mode.
  • SB575: Endangered and threatened species; Board of Game and Inland Fisheries to adopt regulations.
  • SB576: Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF); not be denied due to previous felony drug offense.
  • SB636: Zoning; transfer of development rights.
  • SB709: Special license plates; members and supporters of the Virginia Recycling Association.
  • SB723: Campaign finance disclosure; reports of large contributions by governing body members.
  • SJ101: Commending Doorways for Women and Families.
  • SJ102: Commending Wright to Read on the occasion of its 30th anniversary.
  • SJ141: Commending MINDS WIDE OPEN: Virginia Celebrates Women in the Arts.
  • SJ198: Commending the City of Alexandrias Archaeological Protection Code on the occasion of its 20th anniv
  • SJ222: Commending Jack Taylor.
  • SJ232: Commending Virginia Green.
  • SB638: Protective orders; notification of service.
  • SB641: Land preservation tax credit; conveyance for public parks, recreational areas, or trails.
  • SB645: Health insurance; mandated coverage for prosthetic devices and components.
  • SB650: Waste motor oil equipment; repeals provision that provides tax credit for purchase price paid.
  • SB763: Changeable electronic variable message signs; imposes a moratorium on erection of advertisements.
  • SB805: License plates, special; issuance to supporters of National Ovarian Cancer Coalition.
  • SB806: Nonresident decedents' personal property in State; transferor thereof may comply with law of state.
  • SB838: Land preservation tax credit; conveyance for public parks or public recreational facilities.
  • SB839: Protective order; notification of service by local police department, sheriff's office, etc.
  • SB871: Health, Department of; relieves Department of its responsibility of certain reports.
  • SB872: TANF; eligibility for food stamps when convicted of drug-related felonies.
  • SB873: Plastic bags; bans use by retailers at point of sale unless designed & manufactured for reuse.
  • SB874: Mobile telephone and other wireless electronic devices; use of hands-free accessory while driving.
  • SB929: Charter; City of Alexandria.
  • SB930: Waste Management Plan; requires Department of Environmental Quality to prepare.
  • SB931: Animal cruelty; animal control officers, etc., obligated to prevent act thereof in their presence.
  • SB932: Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Commission; mayor of D.C. to appoint member to represent D.C.
  • SB1113: Governments, local; adoption of ordinances prohibiting delivery of unsolicited newspapers.
  • SB1114: Stormwater management; emerging technology.
  • SB1115: Land Conservation Fund; public access parkland.
  • SB1116: Health insurance; mandated coverage for prosthetic devices and components.
  • SB1117: Mental Health, Mental Retardation & Substance Abuse Services, Department of; name change.
  • SB1365: Elections; addresses of protected voters.
  • SB1400: Rebuttable presumption; proceedings to establish boundary lines of lands.
  • SB1496: Sentence credits; rate at which may be earned, prerequisites.
  • SB1509: Residential onsite sewage systems; replacement or modifications thereof to include nitrogen removal.
  • SB1510: Felons, nonviolent; those serving time in local facilities to receive good conduct credits.
  • SJ375: Clean Water Farm Award and the Bay Friendly Farm Award.
  • SJ424: Celebrating the life of Amy Elizabeth Leatherberry Warder.
  • SJ446: Celebrating the life of Volney Maurice Taylor.
  • SJ475: Celebrating the life of Flora M. Crater.
  • SJ476: Commending Diane M. Reese.
  • SR31: Commending the Alexandria Transit Company.
  • SB584: Alcoholic beverage control; prohibits certain acts by licensees, exceptions for sangria.
  • SB620: Mentally retarded; replaces term with intellectually disabled.
  • SB627: Climate Change, Commission on; created, report.
  • SB628: Incarceration; waiving interest during period thereof.
  • SB629: Child support; tolling thereof for incarcerated parents.
  • SB630: Child support; accrual of interest on debts due.
  • SB631: Accident and sickness insurance; coverage for the treatment of infertility.
  • SB632: Trees; conservation of during land development process for air quality improvement.
  • SB633: Prisoners; notification of child support payments.
  • SB634: Public defenders; permits county or city offices to supplement compensation thereof.
  • SB635: Alcoholic beverage control; alcohol content in prepared foods.
  • SB637: Child abuse; animal control officers required to report.
  • SB638: Protective orders; notification of service.
  • SB639: Crime victims and witnesses; immigration status.
  • SB640: Family life education; adds mental health education & awareness to list of topics to be covered.
  • SB641: Land preservation tax credit; conveyance for public parks, recreational areas, or trails.
  • SB642: TANF; eligibility for food stamps when convicted of drug-related felonies.
  • SB643: Foster care; require code of ethics agreement signed by head of every foster home, etc.
  • SB644: Pedestrians and drivers; sets out responsibilities at marked and unmarked crosswalks.
  • SB645: Health insurance; mandated coverage for prosthetic devices and components.
  • SB646: Absentee voting; qualified voters may vote absentee in person without providing reason.
  • SB647: Freedom of Information Act; exemption for certain publicly owned museum records.
  • SB648: Motor oil, used; annual survey of individual practices.
  • SB649: Motor vehicle safety belt systems; repeals language that makes nonuse secondary offense.
  • SB650: Waste motor oil equipment; repeals provision that provides tax credit for purchase price paid.
  • SB710: Trees; conservation during the land development process for air quality improvement.
  • SB763: Changeable electronic variable message signs; imposes a moratorium on erection of advertisements.
  • SB764: Address confidentiality for victims of domestic violence; program expanded.
  • SJ94: Climate Change, Commission on; need to provide leadership & assist General Assembly & Governor.
  • SJ95: Commending Suzanne Lank.
  • SJ96: Private landowners; Board of Forestry to study provision of ecological services incentives.
  • SJ97: Celebrating the life of Marion Gibbs Galland.
  • SJ98: Foster care; Department of Social Services to study and develop code of ethics and responsibilty.
  • SJ147: Commending TWIG Junior Auxiliary of Inova Alexandria Hospital on its 75th anniversary.
  • SJ191: Commending Stop Child Abuse Now of Northern Virginia on the occasion of its 20th anniversary.
  • SR14: Commending Senior Services of Alexandria on the occasion of its 40th anniversary.
  • SB232: Animal abuse; person who reports information protected from retaliation by pet shop, kennel, etc..
  • SB234: Fertilizer, specialty; label required for proper use and precautionary statements.
  • SB239: Defendants; payment of fine, costs, forfeitures, penalties, or restitution.
  • SB241: Individuals with Disabilities Education Act; burden of persuasion on school div. in adm. hearing.
  • SB243: Vehicle registration fees; additional fee to support Land Conservation Fund.
  • SB248: Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; no declaration shall prohibit display of flags.
  • SB249: Parole Guidelines Review Panel; established, report.
  • SB658: Victims of domestic violence; post office box address to be shown on list of registered voters.
  • SB923: Statewide Independent Living Council and Statewide Independent Living Fund; report names of donors.
  • SB924: Law-enforcement escorts; shall be considered emergency vehicle & exempt from obeying regulations.
  • SB925: Air pollution; methods to determine opacity.
  • SB926: Parking of certain vehicles; localities to prohibit any truck in any residence district.
  • SB928: Parental rights; termination thereof .
  • SB929: Parental rights; may be terminated based on finding that the parent has abused another child.
  • SB930: Humane investigators; restores program thereof.
  • SB931: Health insurance; mandated coverage for prosthetic devices and components.
  • SB932: Protective orders; court may include for protection of companion animals and livestock.
  • SB933: Alexandria, City of; establishing arts and cultural districts.
  • SB934: TANF; eligibility for benefits if convicted of drug-related felonies.
  • SB935: Child or adult abuse or neglect; animal control officers required to report.
  • SB936: Charter; City of Alexandria.
  • SB937: Child support; court shall recalculate obligation of an obligor who is incarcerated.
  • SB938: Address Confidentiality Program; created.
  • SB939: Trees; conservation thereof during development process for air quality improvement in certain.
  • SB940: Victims of domestic violence; post office box address to be shown on list of registered voters.
  • SB941: VDOT; prepare annual reports projecting three-year maintenance schedule for each district.
  • SB942: Land Conservation Fund; disbursement of moneys.
  • SB1382: Elections; eliminates requirement that name and address be repeated by officer of election.
  • SJ358: Northern Virginia land preservation; Department of Conservation & Recreation & task force to study.
  • SJ359: Commending Lucretia Jackson.
  • SJ360: Commending Charles E. Samarra.
  • SJ361: Waste minimization, reuse, and recycling; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study.
  • SJ396: Northern Virginia parkland; Governor to establish task force to study.
  • SJ463: Commending the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments on its 50th anniversary.
  • SJ473: Celebrating the life of John F. Hughes.
  • SB232: Animal abuse; person who reports information protected from retaliation by pet shop, kennel, etc..
  • SB233: Pedestrians; motorists to stop for those at crosswalks.
  • SB234: Fertilizer, specialty; label required for proper use and precautionary statements.
  • SB235: Address Confidentiality Program; established to keep victims of crime personal address confidential.
  • SB236: Trees; certain local government ordinances requiring preservation thereof during develop. process.
  • SB237: Law Officers' Retirement System (VALORS); adds juvenile probation & parole officers as members.
  • SB238: Land Conservation Fund; unrestricted funds to be allocated equally for certain uses.
  • SB239: Defendants; payment of fine, costs, forfeitures, penalties or restitution.
  • SB240: Temporary Assistance for Needy Families; person not ineligible due to drug possession conviction.
  • SB241: Individuals with Disabilities Education Act; burden of persuasion on school div. in adm. hearing.
  • SB242: Clean Smokestack Act; phased schedule for electric generating units to reduce emissions.
  • SB243: Vehicle registration fees; additional fee to support Land Conservation Fund.
  • SB244: Statewide Independent Living Fund; created, report.
  • SB245: Overnight parking; regulation by certain counties or towns.
  • SB246: Trees; local government ordinances requiring preservation thereof during development process.
  • SB247: Unemployment compensation; quit to follow military spouse.
  • SB248: Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; no declaration shall prohibit display of flags.
  • SB249: Parole Board; establishes a Parole Guidelines Review Panel.
  • SB362: Death penalty; restricted for those 18 yrs. or older at time of offense.
  • SB638: Victims of domestic violence; use of alternative contact information by health care providers.
  • SB658: Victims of domestic violence; post office box address to be shown on list of registered voters.
  • SB665: Human Rights Council; name change, establishes Human Rights Office within.
  • SJ76: Commending Kristen K. Clark.
  • SJ77: Commending Logan McConnell.
  • SJ123: Civilian employees; VEC to study feasibility of providing trailing spouse coverage.
  • SJ189: Celebrating the life of Alan M. Voorhees.
  • SJ190: Commending Virginia's Asian and Pacific American communities.
  • SJ197: Commending Katherine Morrison.
  • SJ250: Commending Robert G. Burnley.
  • SJ251: Commending the Alexandria Chamber of Commerce on the occasion of its 100th anniversary.
  • SJ252: Commending W. Tayloe Murphy, Jr.