Delegate Roslyn Tyler (D-Jarratt)

Photo of Roslyn Tyler
Party
Democratic
District
75: Counties of Brunswick, Dinwiddie (part), Greensville, Isle of Wight (part), Lunenburg (part), Southampton (part), Surry (part), and Sussex (part); Cities of Emporia and Franklin (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2006
Next Election
November 2015
Committees
Commerce and Labor, Education, Militia, Police and Public Safety
Copatroning Habits
66% of bills she copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of her bills, 67% of them are Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that she also copatroned, 53% of them are Democrats.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
5.9% in 2014
Campaign Contributions
$34,249.82 cash on hand (May 2013 report)
Top 10 Donors
VA AFL-CIO Labor Union Richmond $1,000
Community Loans of America Loan Company Atlanta $1,000
International Papers, PAC Paper Industry DC $750
VEA Education Assoc. Ricmond $500
VA Cable Cable Company Richmond $500
Appalachian Utility Company Richmond $500
Altria Client Services Manufacturing Company Richmond $500
Norfolk-Souther Corporation Railroad Company Norfolk $250
VA Association of Health Plans Insurance Co. Richmond $250
Christian & Barton LLP Law Firm Richmond $250

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Recent Mentions in the Media

Progress Index: Lawmakers had mixed results in General Assembly session

April 13, 2015
Among lawmakers representing the Tri-Cities area, Del. Roslyn Tyler, D-Jaratt, led with 80 percent of her bills passing. She was followed by Del. Kirk Cox, R-Colonial Heights, at 71.4 percent; Sen. Frank Ruff, R-Clarksville, and Del. Riley Ingram, R ...and more »

Bluefield Daily Telegraph: African-American lawmakers surprised by redistricting suit

January 25, 2015
?We should take into consideration the entire state, not areas that's just totally dominated by black populations,? said Del. Roslyn Tyler. Redistricting has been a hot topic in Virginia, a purple state where Democrats hold all the state-level elected ...and more »

Tidewater News: Delegate's legislation introduced into Assembly

January 17, 2015
Delegate's legislation introduced into AssemblyDel. Roslyn Tyler (D-75) has introduced the following bills and budget amendments for the 2015 General Assembly session: ? HB-1284 Charter; Town of Branchville. Moves the date of election of the mayor and members of the town council from June to ...

Tidewater News: Bradshaw Building dedicated

March 25, 2015
The ribbon-cutting ceremony featured Franklin Mayor Raystine Johnson-Ashburn, Del. Roslyn Tyler (D-75) and Curtis Byrd, a representative for Congressman Randy Forbes. With his parents, Joel and Unha Bradshaw nearby, Insercorp CEO Tim Bradshaw ...

William and Mary News: Annual Road to Richmond a success

January 29, 2015
Doohyun Nam '16 was part of the team that immediately set off to visit with Del. Roslyn Tyler (D-75th). Although Tyler was in a subcommittee meeting, Nam discussed the university's legislative priorities with the delegate's legislative aide, including ...and more »

These are all of the video clips of Roslyn Tyler’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 49 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB1284: Branchville, Town of; amending charter, elections, terms of office of council members.
  • HB1374: License plates, special; issuance for veterans who have a service-connected disability.
  • HB1484: Schools; approval of annual budgets.
  • HB2197: Broadband Advisory Council; increases membership.
  • HB2255: Lawrenceville, Town of; DOC to convey certain real property to be used for water facilities.
  • HJ760: Celebrating the life of William Rohimbox Morrison, Jr., M.D.
  • HR273: Commending The Improvement Association.
  • HR278: Commending Mercy Seat Reformed Zion Union Apostolic Church.
  • HR279: Celebrating the life of Michael Trenton Rose.
  • HB62: Disposal of solid waste fees; Southampton County.
  • HB215: Social services, district board of; process for withdrawal by local governments.
  • HJ31: Corrections, Department of; JLARC to study staffing levels and employment conditions.
  • HJ169: Commending Joseph Wynn.
  • HJ214: Commending Garland W. Baird.
  • HJ326: Commemorating the 300th anniversary of Fort Christanna.
  • HJ360: Commending Aaron S. Huff.
  • HJ424: Commending W. Curtis Outten, Jr.
  • HJ441: Commending Douglas R. Pond.
  • HJ5001: Celebrating the life of Isiah Garfield Hopkins, Sr.
  • HJ5002: Commending New Mount Zion Baptist Church.
  • HJ5023: Commending Virginia Diner, Inc.
  • HJ5049: Commending Tyler Jackson Whitley.
  • HJ5064: Commending Oliver W. Spencer, Jr.
  • HJ5065: Commending Austin N. Dixon.
  • HJ5066: Commending Virginia National Guard 1710th Transportation Company.
  • HJ5068: Celebrating the life of Robert H. Conner.
  • HJ5078: Commending Charles Edward Smith, Jr.
  • HJ5082: Commending Dr. Philip Lee Worrell.
  • HJ5091: Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. George H. Studivant.
  • HJ5092: Commending Benjamin Jackson Holland.
  • HJ5093: Celebrating the life of George Malvin Carter.
  • HJ5115: Commending Roberta Naranjo.
  • HJ5148: Commending Main Street Baptist Church.
  • HJ5149: Commending the Greensville Retired Teachers Association.
  • HJ5150: Celebrating the life of Marcus Dwayne Pair.
  • HJ5240: Celebrating the life of Roberta Neal Coldiron Rickers.
  • HR103: Celebrating the life of Percy Lee House, III.
  • HR160: Commending Aaron S. Huff.
  • HR501: Commending Cass Creech.
  • HR535: Commending Tyler Jackson Whitley.
  • HR536: Commending Austin N. Dixon.
  • HR537: Commending Charles Edward Smith, Jr.
  • HR552: Commending Arthur A. Johnson.
  • HB1459: Law-Enforcement Officers Procedural Guarantee Act; definition of law-enforcement officer.
  • HB1460: Tolls; prohibits on Interstate Route 95 without approval of General Assembly.
  • HB1797: Transient occupancy tax; adds Greensville County to list of counties authorized to levy.
  • HB2270: Social services, district board of; process for withdrawal by local governing body of county, etc.
  • HJ585: Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights (first reference).
  • HJ586: Agricultural and forestry products; weight limits on interstate highways.
  • HJ728: Commending the Girl Scouts of the Commonwealth of Virginia.
  • HR132: Commending Grant Bradley.
  • HR156: Commending Saint Matthew's Baptist Church.
  • HR162: Celebrating the life of the Reverend Lynne J. Bradley.
  • HR189: Commending Little Bethel Baptist Church.
  • HR228: Commending the Brunswick County Chamber of Commerce.
  • HB204: Franklin, City of; charter.
  • HB205: Law-Enforcement Procedural Guarantee Act; definition of law-enforcement officer.
  • HB778: Tolls; prohibits on Interstate 95 without approval of General Assembly.
  • HR12: Commending Forrest Daniel South.
  • HR25: Celebrating the life of Martha Anderson Rollings.
  • HR27: Commending Bennett Feild Owen.
  • HR28: Commending Robert H. Conner.
  • HR44: Commending Walter D. Brown III.
  • HR52: Commending Marc L. Finney.
  • HR53: Commending Linda B. Richardson.
  • HR56: Celebrating the life of Harris L. Parker.
  • HR59: Commending Doretha E. Moody.
  • HR60: Commending John V. Talmage.
  • HR61: Commending Glover W. Pegram.
  • HR62: Commending T. Wayne Birdsong.
  • HR63: Commending Wayne M. Harrell.
  • HR64: Commending Anita Felts.
  • HR65: Commending Moses Wyche.
  • HR503: Commending Walter Luther Young, Jr.
  • HR504: Commending Nellie Dugger Williams.
  • HR507: Commending Louise Mont-Tucker.
  • HR508: Commending Robert Christian Rickers.
  • HR540: Commending the Lawrenceville Volunteer Fire Department.
  • HR593: Commending Charles Edward Turner.
  • HB1743: Nottoway River; extends portion that is designated as a component of Virginia Scenic Rivers System.
  • HB1744: Redesignation of joint enterprise zones; Department of Housing & Community Development to expand.
  • HB2354: Charter; City of Franklin.
  • HB2355: Transient Occupancy Tax; adds Brunswick County to those localities authorized to impose.
  • HB2432: Law-enforcement officer; definition.
  • HJ596: Corrections Officer Day; designating as March 16, 2011, and each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HJ839: Celebrating the life of Samuel Ernest Bush, Jr.
  • HR57: Celebrating the life of Homer R. Pond.
  • HR84: Commending Justin Grant.
  • HB136: Blackwater River; designates a portion as component of State Scenic Rivers System.
  • HB137: Solid waste disposal; Isle of Wight and Southampton Counties to levy fees upon each household.
  • HB1226: Veterans Day; adds Global War on Terrorism, etc., to wars that are honored.
  • HB1302: Roanoke River Rails-to-Trails, Inc.; conveyance of certain property in Town of Lawrenceville.
  • HB1303: Jet bases; removes localities that have auxiliary landing fields from certain existing provisions.
  • HJ32: Nottoway Indian Tribe; State extends recognition and grants representation on VCI.
  • HJ171: Cheroenhaka (Nottoway) Indian Tribe; General Assembly to extend state recognition thereto, etc.
  • HJ337: Commending Rosebud Baptist Church on the occasion of its 100th anniversary.
  • HJ338: Commending the Town of Boykins on the occasion of its 125th anniversary.
  • HJ414: Celebrating the life of Anna Leola Jones Studivant.
  • HJ473: Commending Zion Baptist Church.
  • HR23: Commending Kiara N. Lee.
  • HB1713: Holland-Councill Memorial Bridge; designating as Route 58 business bridge over Blackwater River.
  • HB1714: Diversionary cash assistance; revises limitation on receipt of one-time assistance to one payment.
  • HB1715: Admissions tax; adds Greensville County to list of those that may impose at events.
  • HB2405: Health Professions, Department of; may release information for determining shortage designations.
  • HB2521: Health insurance; coverage for length of hospital inpatient stay for mother and newborn.
  • HJ656: Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights for certain felons (first reference).
  • HJ832: Celebrating the life of Edwin Carter Nettles, Jr.
  • HJ839: Commending the Franklin High School football team
  • HJ870: Celebrating the life of Jameer Khamarie Woodley.
  • HJ948: Celebrating the life of Shirley Lee Turner Williams.
  • HJ977: Commending Gabby Gatten.
  • HB1214: Trees, state-owned; increases minimum threshold for sales thereof from state forests.
  • HB1215: Charter; City of Emporia.
  • HB1216: Planning time for school teachers.
  • HB1217: Charter; Town of Lawrenceville.
  • HB1464: Trooper Robert A. Hill Memorial Bridge; designating as bridge over Route 58 in Southampton County.
  • HJ215: Jails, local and regional; joint subcommittee to study mental health services.
  • HJ406: Commending Mount Calvary Baptist Church on the occasion of its 115th anniversary.
  • HJ494: Commending Samantha Urquhart.
  • HJ516: Commending Sidney Rawls III.
  • HJ517: Commending Anita Renee Ricks.
  • HB1593: Childhood obesity; Board of Education & Health Department establish standards to prevent thereof.
  • HB2460: Charter; Town of Boykins.
  • HB2809: National Guard; employment protection.
  • HJ726: Healthy Virginians/Healthy Students Week.
  • HJ727: Childhood obesity; local school divisions encouraged to continue efforts to address.
  • HJ845: Celebrating the life of Senior Trooper Robert A. Hill, Sr.
  • HJ969: Commending Chapel Hill Baptist Church on the occasion of its 100th anniversary
  • HJ997: Commending the Pegram Family.
  • HR89: Commending Ebony Thompson.
  • HR91: Commending Lucas Mineika.
  • HB1590: Teachers; salary should equal or surpass national average for those in public schools.
  • HB1591: Office of Small Business Advocacy; created.
  • HB1592: Farm produce; allows farmers to sell if they meet certain conditions, penalty.
  • HB1593: Childhood obesity; prevention and reduction in public schools.
  • HJ471: Celebrating the life of Linwood Brown, Jr.
  • HJ516: Commending Alton F. Owen, Sr.
  • HJ517: Commending Kelsey Pedigo.
  • HJ5029: Commending Sunbeam Baptist Church.
  • HJ5069: Commending Dale W. Baird.
  • HJ5166: Commending the Davis family and the Davis and Sons Truck Terminal; 50th anniversary.
  • HR30: Commending Darius Hargrove.
  • HR31: Commending Caleb Pearson.