Del. Rich Anderson (R-Woodbridge)

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51: County of Prince William (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2010
Left Office
January 2017
Copatroning Habits
76% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 69% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 68% of them are Republicans.
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Bills Passed
34.5% in 2017
Campaign Contributions
cash on hand (December 1969 report)
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These are all of the video clips of Rich Anderson’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2010. There are 119 video clips in all.


  • HB461: Handheld personal communications devices; use while driving, penalty.
  • HB1121: Absentee voting; verification of signatures by officers of elections.
  • HB1196: Arrest; failure to be physically taken into custody by using physical means to resist.
  • HB1716: Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders Commission; extends sunset provision.
  • HB1718: Civics Education, Commission on; renamed Commission on Civic Education, extends sunset provision.
  • HB1719: Wireless E-911 Fund; distribution percentages.
  • HB1720: Flag at half staff or mast; public safety personnel.
  • HB1721: Community Colleges, State Board for; reduced rate tuition and mandatory fee charges.
  • HB1722: Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for certain diseases.
  • HB1723: Resettlement of refugees; notice to localities, the Sec. of the Commonwealth, and General Assembly.
  • HB1724: Tuition; eligibility for in-state charges for members of Virginia National Guard.
  • HB1733: Removal of public officers from office; recall elections for certain elected and appointed officers.
  • HB1738: Retail sales and use tax; aviation parts, engines, and supplies.
  • HB1761: Regulation of taxicabs.
  • HB1834: Distracted driving; penalty.
  • HB1913: Cigarettes; purchase for resale, issuance of a cigarette exemption certificate, penalties.
  • HB2302: Veterans Services, Board of; membership, duties.
  • HB2425: Administration, Secretary of; policy of the Commonwealth regarding state employment.
  • HJ787: Commending Virginia's technology sector.
  • HJ805: Commending Stratford University.
  • HJ806: Commending the American Legion Virginia Boys State.
  • HJ809: Commending the American Legion Auxiliary Virginia Girls State.
  • HJ1011: Commending Ed Turner.
  • HJ1012: Commending the Nokesville-Bristow Ruritan Club.
  • HJ1039: Commending Hawkins-Reeve VFW Post 7916.
  • HJ1086: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Miche McQuigg.
  • HR437: Commending Leadership Prince William.
  • HR438: Commending the George Mason University Science and Technology Campus.
  • HR461: Commending Virginia's technology sector.
  • HB461: Handheld personal communications devices; use while driving, penalty.
  • HB1121: Absentee voting; verification of signatures by officers of elections.
  • HB1175: Virginia National Guard and Virginia Defense Force; pay allowance.
  • HB1176: In-state tuition; members of the Virginia National Guard.
  • HB1196: Arrest; failure to be physically taken into custody by using physical means to resist.
  • HB1279: Public schools; fire drills and lock-down drills.
  • HB1283: Line of Duty Act; certification expiration for temporarily disabled persons.
  • HJ86: Educators; recognizing need in the Commonwealth to cultivate Virginia high school graduate.
  • HJ88: Drinking Water and Wastewater Professionals Appreciation Day; designating as June 30, 2016.
  • HJ319: Commending the Prince William County Department of Fire and Rescue.
  • HJ320: Commending Melissa S. Peacor.
  • HJ321: Commending Flory Small Business Center, Inc.
  • HJ401: Celebrating the life of Thomas Clay Wood.
  • HJ402: Commending Rex Parr.
  • HJ469: Commending Captain Florent Groberg, USA, Ret.
  • HR253: Commending the Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative.
  • HR254: Commending Sally Lay.
  • HB1269: Government Data Collection & Dissemination Practices Act; collection & use of personal information.
  • HB1312: Vote centers; pilot program.
  • HB1597: Virginia National Guard; nonjudicial punishment.
  • HB1673: Government Data Collection and Dissemination Practices Act; limitation on collection.
  • HB1921: Virginia Self-Service Storage Act; notice of default by electronic means.
  • HB1926: Handheld personal communications devices; prohibits use while operating a motor vehicle.
  • HB1929: Family day homes; licensure.
  • HB1931: Child welfare agencies; criminal history record checks.
  • HB1932: Charitable gaming; renames Charitable Gaming Board the Board for Charitable Gaming.
  • HB1933: Transportation network companies; regulation by DMV.
  • HJ530: Celebrating the life of Lieutenant General Howard M. Lane, Sr., USAF (Ret.).
  • HJ578: Constitutional amendment; general warrants of search or seizure prohibited.
  • HJ579: Commemorating the lives and legacies of the Four Chaplains.
  • HJ725: Commending Didlake.
  • HJ788: Commending the Woodbridge Lions Club.
  • HR321: Commending the Virginia National Guard.
  • HB339: FOIA; exempts certain proprietary records of DRPT & VDOT from mandatory disclosure provisions.
  • HB357: Concealed handgun permit applicant; access to information.
  • HB361: Real and personal property tax; exemption for religious bodies.
  • HB364: Civics Education, Commission on; established in legislative branch of state government, report.
  • HB373: School speech-language pathologists; licensure.
  • HB377: Billboard signs; adjustment or relocation.
  • HB408: Elections; elected and certain appointed officers, removal from office.
  • HB410: Student-athletes; effects of concussions on academic performance.
  • HB411: Vehicle safety inspection approval; increases grace period for certain members of armed services.
  • HB412: Child care; Department of Social Services to plan for national background checks for providers.
  • HB559: Virginia Defense Force; localities may appropriate money, etc., for Force.
  • HB971: Virginia National Guard; DMA shall provide information to VEC of a member undergoing discharge, etc.
  • HB997: Cemeteries; procedure for removal and relocation of human remains.
  • HB1098: Smart transportation pilot zone; STO and VDOT shall establish zone to test certain road technology.
  • HB1213: Attorney General, Office of; employment of outside counsel where a conflict of interests exists.
  • HB1269: Government Data Collection & Dissemination Practices Act; collection & use of personal information.
  • HJ108: Rare Disease Day; designating as February 28, 2014, and each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HJ385: Commending the Virginia National Guard.
  • HJ5181: Celebrating the life of Private First Class Richard Norris Bean.
  • HJ5201: Commending Paul Galanti.
  • HR546: Commending Woodbridge Senior High School.
  • HR553: Celebrating the life of Kafayatullah Rahmani.
  • HB1049: Income tax, state, etc.; tax credit for taxpayers employing persons in STEM internship positions.
  • HB1050: Income tax, state and corporate; tax credit for hiring military persons as STEM interns.
  • HB1052: Firearms and other weapons; removing prohibition against carrying