Delegate Riley Ingram (R-Hopewell)

Photo of Riley Ingram
Party
Republican
District
62: Counties of Chesterfield (part), Henrico (part), and Prince George (part); City of Hopewell (part) [map]
Took Office
January 1992
Next Election
November 2017
Committees
Appropriations, Counties, Cities and Towns (Chair), Privileges and Elections, Rules
Copatroning Habits
72% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 52% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 65% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
8.3% in 2017
Campaign Contributions
cash on hand (December 1969 report)
Recent Mentions in the Media

Richmond.com: Race in Chesterfield-majority district pits Republican incumbent against Democrat

October 15, 2017
In her second bid for the 62nd District seat, Sheila Bynum-Coleman (left) hopes to unseat Del. Riley E. Ingram, who was first elected in 1991. After more than two decades in office, the Republican incumbent representing a Chesterfield-majority district ...

Hopewell News: Election 2017 Candidates for 62nd District Delegate seat

October 13, 2017
And yet Riley Ingram has opposed this expansion that would help so many of his constituents, so that he can fall in line with his party leaders. How would you prioritize the spending vs. revenues and where do you feel the tax rate should be to meet the ...and more »

Richmond.com: Republican incumbent in Chesterfield-majority district facing Democratic opponent for fourth time in his 25-year tenure

April 30, 2017
In 1991, Del. Riley E. Ingram succeeded in flipping the House of Delegates' 62nd District from blue to red. After more than two decades in office, the Republican incumbent will face a Democratic opponent who hopes to flip the district, made up of ...

Daily Press (blog): Racing for the right to be the D who challenges R House of Delegates stalwarts

February 24, 2017
In Hopewell, Del. Riley Ingram faces challenges from another two Democrats, even though his district, too, trends Republican, giving Gillespie a 52 percent margin in 2014 and Cuccinelli 50 percent in 2013. Ingram won his 2015 race against Democrat ...and more »

Progress Index: Hopewell Water Renewal hosts ribbon cutting for new wastewater facility

July 19, 2017
Pictured at the ribbon-cutting event were: Del. Lashrecse Aird, 63rd District; Sen. Rosalyn Dance, 16th District; Hopewell Mayor Jackie Shornak; Del. Riley Ingram, 62nd District; Hopewell City Councilor Christina Luman-Bailey; Hopewell City Manager Mark A.

These are all of the video clips of Riley Ingram’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 61 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB1241: Guardian ad litem; standards for those appointed in custody & visitation cases, certification form.
  • HB1957: Guardian ad litem; standards for those appointed in custody and visitation cases.
  • HB1958: Chesterfield County; amending charter, corrects or repeals outdated provisions, technical amendment.
  • HB2442: Collection fees, local; an ordinance for collection of overdue accounts.
  • HJ889: Commending Mario O'Neal Haskett, Jr.
  • HJ890: Commending Jaiden Alexis Morris.
  • HJ891: Commending Megan Walker.
  • HJ892: Celebrating the life of Homer Constantine Eliades.
  • HJ971: Commending Shedrick McCall III.
  • HJ972: Commending Bethlehem Congregational Church.
  • HJ975: Commending Fort Lee.
  • HR475: Commending Virginia DeMolay.
  • HB20: Peanuts; extends sunset provision to July 1, 2021, of excise tax on those grown and sold in Va.
  • HB408: Virginia Retirement System; benefits.
  • HB409: The Virginia Retirement System; technical corrections.
  • HB410: Toy vehicles; prohibits use on any roadway or highway.
  • HB1240: Virginia War Memorial; designation for Virginians killed during line of duty training.
  • HB1241: Guardians ad litem appointed in custody and visitation cases; certification form.
  • HB1242: Restaurants; separate stations for deep-fat frying.
  • HJ76: Wolf Creek Cherokee Tribe of Virginia; General Assembly of Virginia to extend state recognition.
  • HJ186: Commending the City of Hopewell.
  • HJ348: Commending Faith Baptist Church.
  • HJ349: Commending First United Methodist Church.
  • HJ350: Commending First Presbyterian Church.
  • HJ512: Commending Bermuda Hundred United Methodist Church.
  • HB1746: Bicycles; operation on certain bicycle paths and trails, bicycle lanes, and shared-use paths.
  • HB2228: Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; registration verification.
  • HB2277: Life insurance; coverage for retired state employees.
  • HB2278: Virginia Resources Authority; economic and community development projects.
  • HB2312: Blue Star Memorial Highway; designating as a portion of Va. Route 36 in Prince George County.
  • HB2366: Bail bondsmen; licensure of nonresidents, security requirements.
  • HJ844: Commending the Lloyd C. Bird High School football team.
  • HJ845: Commending Charles A. Reilly.
  • HB699: Riverside Regional Jail Authority; sheriffs allowed to appoint their alternates to vote at meetings.
  • HB700: Higher educational institutions; maintenance of optional retirement plan.
  • HB701: Inoperable motor vehicles; City of Hopewell by ordinance may prohibit person from keeping.
  • HB1024: Constitutional and local offices; special election to fill vacancy.
  • HB1025: Biofuels Production Incentive Grant Program; eligibility to receive grants.
  • HB1026: Check cashers; recordkeeping requirements, civil penalty.
  • HB1027: Check cashers; customer identification, civil penalty.
  • HB1088: Capital Region Airport Commission; updates police power provisions of Commission.
  • HB1104: Health insurance; credit for retired state employees.
  • HB1105: Life insurance; basic coverage for retired state employees, creditable service.
  • HB1125: Temporary detention; time during which a person may be held, 72 hours notice to leave facility.
  • HB1166: Group accident and sickness insurance; blanket policies.
  • HJ216: Commending the Lloyd C. Bird High School football team.
  • HJ217: Commending Vince Gilligan.
  • HJ218: Commending Elizabeth Scott Elementary School.
  • HJ219: Commending Ariel Stephenson.
  • HJ333: Commending the Rotary Club of Hopewell.
  • HJ407: Celebrating the life of Donald W. Parr, Sr.
  • HJ433: Celebrating the life of Daisy Marie White Craddock.
  • HB1180: Wastewater treatment facilities; Virginia Public Building Authority to issue an additional bond.
  • HB1307: Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF); restrictions on use of cash assistance.
  • HB1653: Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; registration verification, etc.
  • HB1678: Check cashers; customer identification, civil penalty.
  • HJ750: Commending the Lloyd C. Bird High School football team.
  • HJ751: Celebrating the life of David Paul Karnes.
  • HJ847: Commending Dr. Marshall W. Smith.
  • HB13: Redistricting local districts; local government may exclude prison populations from its calculation.
  • HB315: Check cashers; practice for customer identification, civil penalty.
  • HB316: Cemeteries; definition for purposes of zoning.
  • HB317: Mechanics' lien agent; building permit.
  • HB318: Virginia Retirement System; exception for early retirement for general registrars.
  • HB319: Elections; requires observers to respect area around voters and secrecy of ballot.
  • HB320: Citizenship of arrestee; if accused is not committed to jail, arresting officer to ascertain.
  • HB1118: Elections; persons eligible to obtain lists of persons voting.
  • HB1180: Wastewater treatment facilities; Virginia Public Building Authority to issue an additional bond.
  • HJ347: Commending John Henry Weigel III.
  • HB958: Check cashers; customer identification required, penalty.
  • HB1281: Appomattox State Scenic River; increases length of portion thereof designated as scenic river.
  • HB1745: Retirement System; purchase of additional prior service credit by school division superintendents.
  • HB1746: Biennial county supervisor elections; staggered terms.
  • HB2071: Stormwater utility fees; an exemption for certain religious and nonprofit uses.
  • HB2072: Charter; City of Hopewell.
  • HB2073: Redistricting local districts; local government may exclude from its calculations.
  • HB2074: Check cashers; copy of customer identification, civil penalty.
  • HB2075: Local governments; private capital lending.
  • HB2424: Appomattox State Scenic River; designating lower portion thereof as a scenic river.
  • HB2425: Delinquent sewer & water fees; authority to provide 30 days notice prior to recording lien.
  • HB2426: Marital privilege; person may refuse to disclose communication between his spouse and him.
  • HJ866: Commending Richard M. Nelms.
  • HB957: Motor vehicles; requires traffic on limited access highways to drive in right-most lane.
  • HB958: Check cashers; customer identification required, penalty.
  • HB959: Check cashers; unlawful for person required to be registered thereas to fail to make copies of item.
  • HB960: Local or regional housing fund; locality may establish to make grants to housing sponsers, etc.
  • HB1281: Appomattox State Scenic River; increases length of portion thereof designated as scenic river.
  • HB1392: New Bohemia Region of Prince George County; designating as Bohemian Czech & Slovak Historic Region.
  • HJ260: Commending the Honorable Kenneth Wilson Nye.
  • HJ362: Commending the New Bohemia Region of Prince George County.
  • HJ363: Commending Carson United Methodist Church on the occasion of its 100th anniversary.
  • HB1585: Check cashers; required to obtain customer identification, penalty.
  • HB1764: Battery of teacher, principal, etc.; increases mandatory minimum term of person convicted thereof.
  • HB1936: Resources Authority; authorized to finance any program to perform site acquisition develop work.
  • HB1937: Adoption records; all shall be available to birth parents, etc., upon showing of good cause.
  • HB2494: Charter; City of Hopewell.
  • HB2556: Special license plates for disabled veterans; amends definition of disabled veteran.
  • HJ946: Celebrating the life of Kenneth Wade Parr.