Delegate Sam Nixon (R-Richmond)

Photo of Sam Nixon
Party
Republican
District
27: County of Chesterfield (part) [map]
Took Office
January 1994
Left Office
April 2010
Website
samnixon.com
Copatroning Habits
78% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 83% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 66% of them are Republicans.
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Recent Mentions in the Media

Blue Virginia (press release) (blog): 2017 Could be a YUGE Year for Virginia Democrats

April 7, 2017
In fact, the 27th hasn't seen a contested general election in a long time. Previous Republican Delegate Sam Nixon had held the district uncontested since winning it in a special election in 1994. Elsewhere, Republican Tommy Wright hasn't been ...

ArchDaily: Manufacturing UtopiaHow Assemble is Creating a Model Factory at A/D/O

March 3, 2017
- Image Courtesy of Sam Nixon; The factory workshop contains a clay extruder and electric kiln. Image Courtesy of Sam Nixon; Shelving will be added to allow for object display. Image Courtesy of Sam Nixon; A range of objects can be produced from the ...

Richmond.com: VITA director Nixon leaving for SCC

February 5, 2015
SCC Commissioners Mark C. Christie, Judith Williams Jagdmann and James C. Dimitri said in a statement Thursday: ?Sam Nixon's 30 years of experience in the field of information technology will be a great benefit to the commission as we embark on a major ...and more »

Idaho Statesman: Love, beer, music and art are in the air in February across Treasure Valley

January 27, 2017
Gail Chumbley will read and sign her book, ?River of January.? Free. 376-4229. Amy Grant: 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 2, L.E. and Thelma E. Stephens Performing Arts Center, 1002 Sam Nixon Ave., Pocatello. $40 and $44. (208) 282-3595, isu.edu/stephens.and more »

Daily Press: Part 2: Some lawmakers turn an $18000 salary into a $55000 pension

November 17, 2014
After the November 2013 election, Virginia saw the most resignations in a decade: Brink, state Sen. Henry Marsh, D-Richmond, Del. Algie Howell, D-Norfolk, Del. Onzlee Ware, D-Roanoke and ? most controversially ? state Sen. Phillip Puckett, D-Lebanon ...

These are all of the video clips of Sam Nixon’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 44 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB524: Lobbyist's disclosure statement; Secretary of Commonwealth to redesign form.
  • HB528: Physical restraint of student; requires school principal or his designee to notify parents.
  • HB523: Income tax, state; exemption for any income taxed as long-term capital gain for federal income tax.
  • HB524: Lobbyist's disclosure statement; Secretary of Commonwealth to redesign form.
  • HB525: Medical information; notification to residents if their information is subject of database breach.
  • HB526: State Corporation Commission; filings that contain personal identifying information.
  • HB527: Elections, State Board of; provides for position of Director of Elections.
  • HB528: Physical restraint of student; requires school principal or his designee to notify parents.
  • HB529: Electronic notary public; evidence of identity in case of an electronic notarization.
  • HB530: Route 1; designating as Historic Route 1 in State.
  • HB531: Insurance rate filings; exempts insurance rate-related information filed with SCC from inspection.
  • HB532: Home service contract providers; exempts those that have certain worth from licensure regulation.
  • HB533: Steps to Advance Virginia's Energy Plan (SAVE) Act; created.
  • HB534: Distribution of handbills, etc.; grants Chesterfield County power to regulate and prohibit.
  • HB535: Unemployment benefits; minimum earnings requirement, postpones scheduled increase.
  • HJ155: Celebrating the life of Sergeant Jeffrey Alexander Reed.
  • HB544: Richmond Metropolitan Authority (RMA); powers and duties of Authority.
  • HB545: Telephone service; alternatives to regulation.
  • HB1882: Richmond Metropolitan Authority (RMA); revises composition of Board of Directors.
  • HB1883: Commonwealth, Secretary of; redesigns Lobbyist Disclosure Statement to clarify information.
  • HB1884: Credit reports; consumer reporting agency's duty to place security freeze thereon.
  • HB1885: Telephone regulatory alternatives; determination of competitiveness.
  • HB1886: Money order sales and transmission services; expands existing authority of SCC to regulate.
  • HB1887: Cancellation of property insurance policy; authorizes on grounds of foreclosure of deed of trust.
  • HB1888: Writ of fieri facias; repeals statutory mandate that every officer endorse thereon date & time.
  • HB1889: Unemployment benefits; minimum earnings requirement, extended benefits.
  • HB2044: Health information technology; Information Technology Investment Board establish advisory committee.
  • HB2497: Electronic government; Secretary of Technology to develop and implement strategies therefor.
  • HB2539: Enterprise Applications, Division of; established within VITA, appoint Chief Applications Officer.
  • HB2557: Health insurance plan, State; coverages and benefits.
  • HJ840: Commending Nicole Winter.
  • HB542: Insurance agents; notice of appointment.
  • HB543: Natural gas utilities; alternative ratemaking plan, report.
  • HB544: Richmond Metropolitan Authority (RMA); powers and duties of Authority.
  • HB545: Telephone service; alternatives to regulation.
  • HB546: Telephone systems, multiline; alternative method of providing emergency calls.
  • HB547: Unemployment compensation; maximum weekly benefit.
  • HB548: Alcoholic mixed beverages; holder of license to sell and serve dessert wine.
  • HB549: Insurance accounts; funding agreements.
  • HB927: Tax rates; requires localities to fix for ensuing year at least 30 days prior to approval of budget.
  • HB955: Public-Private Education Facilities & Infrastructure Act of 2002; definition of qualifying projects.
  • HB1504: Compromised Data Notification Act; created.
  • HB1505: Payday Loan Act; requires SCC to contract with one or more parties to develop, etc. database.
  • HB1506: Reckless driving; violation of right-of-way resulting in death of another.
  • HB1530: Foster children; placement of siblings together.
  • HJ364: Commending Peter Zaino.
  • HJ613: Commending the agencies and vendors involved in moving the Commonwealth's computing center.
  • HJ6020: Celebrating the life of Kevin Mason Cheatham.
  • HB566: Wages and salaries; payments by employers.
  • HB571: Preneed funeral contracts; clarifies deposits in trust accounts thereof.
  • HB572: Medical assistance services; burial expenses disregard from countable resources.
  • HB2065: General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; modifies disclosure form.
  • HB2066: Unemployment compensation; increases maximum weekly benefit.
  • HB2196: Chief Information Officer; powers and duties.
  • HB2197: Libraries; state funded shall have technology protection measures against Internet restrictions.
  • HB2198: Electronic health records; requires those purchased by state agency to adhere to accepted standard.
  • HB2393: Medical Examiner's reports; confidential except when death of prisoner committed in local facility.
  • HB2394: Insurance companies; confidentiality of analyses.
  • HB2722: Burial expenses; increase disregard from countable resources when calculating Medicaid eligibility.
  • HB2723: Communications sales and use tax; exemptions include military base customers.
  • HB2724: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include certain property purchased by churches.
  • HB3035: Insurance; unfair claims settlement practices.
  • HB3105: Child day centers, licensed; approved credentials for program directors.
  • HB3106: Richmond Metroplitan Authority (RMA); revises composition of Board of Directors.
  • HB3153: Income tax, state; SCC to determine tax costs for investor-owned public utilities.
  • HB563: Court records; removes sunset provision on prohibiting information from court-controlled website.
  • HB564: Freedom of Information Act; posting of minutes by state boards and commissions.
  • HB565: Workers' compensation; requires compensation for temporary partial disability up to 13 wks.
  • HB566: Wages and salaries; payments by employers.
  • HB567: Unemployment compensation; increases maximum weekly benefit.
  • HB568: Communications tax reform; revises services, report.
  • HB569: Cigarette tax; increases penalty for failure to properly affix stamps.
  • HB570: Public libraries; technology protection measures.
  • HB571: Preneed funeral contracts; clarifies deposits in trust accounts thereof.
  • HB572: Medical assistance services; burial expenses disregard from countable resources.
  • HB573: Burial insurance; agent licensing.
  • HB574: Youth trapping license; created.
  • HB575: Trapping; exempts trappers using body grip traps that are completely submerged.
  • HB576: Retail sales and use tax; exemption for certain church property.
  • HB577: Children's group homes and residential facilites; regulatory requirements for licensure.
  • HB774: Community services boards and behavioral health authorities; joint agreements.
  • HJ60: Comprehensive Services Act; JLARC to evaluate adminstration thereof.
  • HJ271: Commending the General Federation of Women Clubs of Virginia; occasion of its 100th anniversary.
  • HJ344: Commending Lt. Steven V. Traylor; Firefighters Michael C. Harrell and William J. Jeffords.
  • HJ380: Celebrating the life of Anne Kincaid.
  • HJ472: Celebrating the life of retired Police Chief Joseph E. Pittman, Jr.
  • HJ521: Commending the Meadowbrook High School Monarchs men's basketball team.
  • HJ5105: Celebrating the life of Elizabeth Burgess Davis.