Delegate Roxann Robinson (R-Chesterfield)

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27: County of Chesterfield (part) [map]
Took Office
June 2010
Next Election
November 2017
Education, General Laws, Health, Welfare and Institutions, Science and Technology
Copatroning Habits
86% of bills she copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of her bills, 55% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that she also copatroned, 72% of them are Republicans.
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Bills Passed
56.3% in 2016
Campaign Contributions
cash on hand (December 1969 report)

Delegate Robinson is an optometrist who has lived in Chesterfield County with her husband since the early 1980s. She holds a BS in biology from Fairmont State College (WV), and a BS in visual science from the Illinois College of Optometry.

Recent Mentions in the Media

Chesterfield Observer (subscription): Tea party takes aim at county GOP

March 23, 2016
Martin made multiple robocalls urging Republicans to come to the convention and join him and Del. Roxann Robinson (R-Chesterfield) in supporting Baldwin's candidacy. Several other local Republican officials ? including the county treasurer ...

Virginia Business Magazine: Following takeover bids, Norfolk Southern CEO looks forward

May 18, 2016
Del. Richard Bell Del. Glenn Davis Del. Scott Garrett Del. Keith Hodges Del. Barry Knight Del. Steve Landes Del. Scott Lingamfelter Del. John O'Bannon Del. Chris Peace Del. Roxann Robinson Del. Chris Stolle Del. Ron Villanueva Chairman's Award for ...

Daily Press: FOIA bill: Fracking chemicals can be secret

January 28, 2016
... Freedom of Information Act bills that moved forward Thursday. House Bill 1389 was a late addition to this legislative session, and Del. Roxann Robinson, R-Chesterfield, had to get special permission from her colleagues to introduce it after a ... Virginia lawmakers boldly cruise along I-64 in driverless car

February 12, 2016
However, Del. Glenn Davis (R-Virginia Beach) introduced HB-1372 that would define ?autonomous vehicles? and ?piloted vehicles? and is currently in discussion in the transportation committee. While the technology won't be available to consumers for ... Virginia considers ban on texting at red lights

February 9, 2016
Del. Roxann Robinson, R-Chesterfield, had introduced the measure. ? Approved HB 1360, which require every bicyclist under 18 in Virginia to wear a helmet. Currently, local governments may require bicyclists under 14 to wear helmets. The proposal by Del.Scrolling While Driving Targeted in New Virginia BillPatch.comPanel seeks to expand law against texting while drivingWAVY-TVall 8 news articles »

These are all of the video clips of Roxann Robinson’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2011. There are 32 video clips in all.


  • HB1262: Charitable gaming; conduct of instant bingo, network bingo, pull tabs, and seal cards.
  • HB1389: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; record exclusion for trade secrets submitted to DMME.
  • HB562: Massage therapists; licensure, exemption of certain practitioner of healing arts.
  • HB564: Optometrists; increases number of hours of continuing education requirements.
  • HB569: Motor vehicles; vehicles in operation to display headlights at all times.
  • HB571: School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting and determining opening day of school.
  • HB573: Students with limited English proficiency; alternatives to SOL English reading assessments.
  • HB574: Dietitians and nutritionists; clarifies the situations under which they may practice.
  • HB577: Interpleader; funds held in escrow.
  • HB579: Optometry; repeals certain provision for license to practice.
  • HB580: Nurses; adds definitions of certified nurse midwife, etc.
  • HB581: Nurse practitioners; practicing outside of a patient care team.
  • HB1262: Charitable gaming; conduct of instant bingo, network bingo, pull tabs, and seal cards.
  • HB1264: Virginia Residential Property Disclosure Act; representations related to covenants, report.
  • HB1276: Motorcycle rider safety training courses; clarification of definition.
  • HB1277: Restaurants; annual inspections.
  • HB1389: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; record exclusion for trade secrets submitted to DMME.
  • HR135: Celebrating the life of the Reverend Charles Walter Gibson.
  • HB1837: Virginia National Guard anthem; designating The National Guard March as official anthem.
  • HB1838: School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting.
  • HB1839: Controlled substances; scheduling.
  • HB1840: Reckless driving conviction; alcohol safety action program.
  • HB1858: Absentee voting; persons primarily and personally responsible for the care of a child.
  • HB2243: Psychologists; continuing education requirements.
  • HJ606: Maternal Mental Health Month; designating as May 2015, and each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HJ607: National Atomic Veterans Day; designating as July 16, 2015, and each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HJ723: Commending Arthur S. Warren.
  • HJ860: Celebrating the life of Kathleen Therese Brown Rodenburg.
  • HJ861: Commending George Frederick Boyland.
  • HR238: Commending Cabell F. Willis.
  • HB607: Recordation & marginal release; circuit court clerk not required to make recordings in record books.
  • HB608: License plates, special; amateur radio operators.
  • HB609: Private security services businesses; exempt from training requirements established by DCJS, etc.
  • HB610: School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting and determining opening day.
  • HB611: Health regulatory boards; denial or suspension of a license, certificate or registration, exception.
  • HB612: Genetic counseling; regulation of practice, licensure, advisory board established.
  • HB613: Mandatory school attendance laws, certain; violations, penalty.
  • HB1093: Health center commissions; members from Chesterfield County.
  • HJ323: Commending John Appelman.
  • HJ437: Celebrating the life of Carrie Monroe Roarty.
  • HB544: Suspension and expulsion; prohibits instances of disorderly or disruptive behavior offenses.
  • HB1863: Dangerous or vicious dogs; adoption of ordinances for control.
  • HB1864: School principals; incident reports.
  • HB1865: Motorcycles; rider safety training centers required to provide at least one per student.
  • HB1866: Public schools; mandatory expulsion of students.
  • HB1867: Students; expulsion for certain drug offenses.
  • HB2043: Virginia FOIA; allows board of trustees of Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation to convene closed meeting.
  • HB2045: Foster care and adoption; decisions regarding federal benefits, right to appeal to Commissioner.
  • HB2055: Notaries; qualifications include being a legal resident of U.S., technical amendments.
  • HB2074: VITA; procurement of information technology and telecommunications by state agencies.
  • HJ731: National Wear Red Day; designating as February 1, 2013, and each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HB543: Massage therapists; licensure required by Board of Nursing.
  • HB544: Suspension and expulsion; prohibits instances of disorderly or disruptive behavior offenses.
  • HB993: Homestead exemption; increases if householder is 65 years of age or older.
  • HB994: Broadband Advisory Council; certain designees to serve on the Council.
  • HJ89: Public schools; JLARC to study suspension and expulsion practices, etc.
  • HR623: Commending Richmond Christian School.
  • HB1968: Physician assistants; signature to be included when law requires signature, etc., of a physician.
  • HB1969: Sewage disposal systems; locality to use licensed contractor to issue civil summonses.
  • HB1970: Move over law; driver to slow down when approaching stationary emergency vehicle.
  • HB1971: Acquisition of title to an abandoned vessel; changes notification procedures.
  • HB1972: Golf carts and utility vehicles; authorizes limited over-the-road operation by DCR employees.
  • HB1973: Court clerks' office; may transmit copies of orders for transfer of prisoners, etc.
  • HB1974: Professional & Occupational Regulation, Department of; prerequisites for obtaining business license.
  • HB1975: Alcoholic beverage control; no banquet licenses required for private meetings or parties.
  • HB2189: Information Technologies Agency; assist in determining rules for distribution of electronic records.
  • HB2374: Moped; definition.
  • HJ794: Commending the Huguenot Republican Womens Club.