Delegate Scott Garrett (R-Lynchburg)

Photo of Scott Garrett
Party
Republican
District
23: Counties of Amherst (part) and Bedford (part); City of Lynchburg (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2010
Next Election
November 2017
Committees
Appropriations, Health, Welfare and Institutions, Transportation
Age
60
Website
tscottgarrett.com
Copatroning Habits
86% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 88% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 72% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
36.4% in 2016
Campaign Contributions
cash on hand (December 1969 report)
Recent Mentions in the Media

Lynchburg News and Advance: Update: Del. Garrett formally announces re-election campaign

June 2, 2017
Del. Scott Garrett, R-Lynchburg, announced Friday he's seeking re-election to the 23rd District Virginia House of Delegates seat. Garrett has held ... Delegate Garrett has done a great job in Richmond, and we fully support his re-election.? A Lynchburg ...

Richmond.com: Robert H. Dugger column: Improving data systems can build a stronger Virginia workforce

June 22, 2017
Terry McAuliffe signed into law a bill introduced by Del. T. Scott Garrett (HB 2457: Health and Human Resources Secretariat) which mandates that HHR agencies share data, records, etc. The new law will begin to modernize Virginia's antiquated data systems.

Lynchburg News and Advance: Democrat announces bid to challenge Del. Garrett in 23rd House District

March 8, 2017
Democrats will nominate candidates for House Districts 23 and 22 ? held by Del. Kathy Byron, R-Bedford County ? in caucuses May 23, leaving candidates until May 10 to file with the party. Independents may file with the state as late as June 13, the ...

Richmond.com: T. Scott Garrett column: The first step in mental health reform is COPN reform

October 23, 2016
During the first full week of October, Mental Illness Awareness Week, participants across the country work to raise awareness of mental illness, fight stigma, provide support and advocate for equal care. Here in the commonwealth, it is a time to ...and more »

Lynchburg News and Advance: Sleepy fundraising and few challengers in Lynchburg-area House of Delegates races

April 18, 2017
While Del. Scott Garrett, R-Lynchburg, and Del. Kathy Byron, R-Bedford County, each took in $7,000 in cash, mostly from political action committees that donate to many candidates statewide, their challengers showed slow starts with a long way to go ...

These are all of the video clips of Scott Garrett’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2010. There are 134 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB1426: Emergency custody or involuntary admission process; alternative transportation model.
  • HB1505: Perpetual care trust funds; method of distribution.
  • HB1610: Drug Control Act; Schedule I.
  • HB1767: Telemedicine, practice of; prescribing controlled substances.
  • HB1768: Virginia Retirement System; stress testing and reporting policies.
  • HB2415: Ballots; number ordered to be printed.
  • HB2457: Health and Human Resources Secretariat; agencies of Secretariat shall share data, records, etc.
  • HJ744: World Voice Day.
  • HJ923: Commending Central Virginia Community College.
  • HB356: Tanning facilities; prohibits use by persons under age 18.
  • HB504: Nurse aide; renewal of certification.
  • HB654: Alcoholic beverage control; distribution of liter tax on cider produced by farm wineries.
  • HB738: Registered surgical technologists and surgical assistants; extends registration deadline.
  • HB1077: Drug Control Act; adds certain chemical substances to Schedule I.
  • HB1330: Private police departments; successors in interest of an entity.
  • HJ182: Commending Keena Schuler Wood.
  • HJ238: Commending Georgia-Pacific Big Island Mill.
  • HJ360: Commending Randolph College.
  • HJ462: Commending the Virginia Society of Otolaryngology.
  • HJ481: Commending John Risher, M.D.
  • HB1279: Motor vehicle sales and use tax; expands certain exemption.
  • HB1392: Emergency contact program; DMV may establish.
  • HB1564: Schedule I drugs; adding several substances to list.
  • HB1606: Private police departments; definition.
  • HB1607: Medicolegal death investigators; Chief Medical Examiner may appoint.
  • HB2192: Practitioners of the healing arts; prohibits dispensing controlled substances unless licensed.
  • HB2368: Involuntary civil admissions; evaluations.
  • HJ673: Commending Lynchburg College women's soccer team.
  • HJ757: Celebrating the life of Ralph Schaefer Oglesby.
  • HJ758: Commending Virginia Episcopal School.
  • HJ778: Commending Libby Davidson.
  • HB854: Speed limits; maximum limit on nonsurface-treated highways in certain counties.
  • HB855: Health regulatory boards; reinstatement of licensure.
  • HB1080: Local Mandate Review, Governor's Task Force for; task force to review state mandates.
  • HB1091: Opportunity Educational Institution; supervision of schools.
  • HB1112: Controlled substance analogs; regulation by Board of Pharmacy, synthetic cannabinoids, penalties.
  • HB1129: Physician assistants; possession and administration of topical fluoride varnish.
  • HJ234: Commending the Safe Surfin' Foundation.
  • HJ281: Commending the Virginia Episcopal School varsity football team.
  • HJ298: Commending the Bedford Area Chamber of Commerce.
  • HJ317: Commending the Liberty Christian Academy football team.
  • HJ320: Commending the Lynchburg-based 1st Battalion, 116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team.
  • HJ5164: Commending the Liberty Christian Academy baseball team.
  • HJ5190: Commending the Virginia Episcopal School girls' basketball team.
  • HJ5242: Commending Sedalia Baptist Church.
  • HB505: Income tax, state; increases long-term care insurance credit.
  • HB1194: Farm wineries and vineyards tax credit; raises credit beginning on or after January 1, 2012.
  • HB1561: Local police departments; cooperation agreements with private police departments certified by DCJS.
  • HB1569: Criminal justice training academies; sovereign immunity of trainers certified by DCJS, etc.
  • HB1581: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption includes nonprofit entities.
  • HB1790: Virginia Nuclear Energy Consortium Authority; established, report.
  • HB1791: Practitioners; suspension or revocation of license, etc., by health regulatory board.
  • HB1806: Methamphetamine; substances used to manufacture.
  • HB1941: Cannabinoids, research chemicals, synthetic; penalties. Emergency.
  • HB2018: Workers' compensation; coverage for trainees at criminal justice training academies.
  • HB2116: Commonwealth Transportation Board, Commissioner of Highways, etc.; powers and duties, report.
  • HB2153: TANF; restrictions on use of cash benefits.
  • HJ598: Public education; recognizing need to tackle problem of hunger in classroom.
  • HJ715: Celebrating the life of Claude Dennis Cash.
  • HB505: Income tax, state; increases long-term care insurance credit.
  • HB506: Surgery; definition and who may perform.
  • HB507: Child abuse; increases reporting period by health care providers on substance exposed infants.
  • HB508: Cannabinoids, synthetic; amends provisions regarding criminalization.
  • HB509: Recordation tax; clarifies tax for deeds of trust is based on value of security interest.
  • HB552: Mental health and developmental services; replaces certain terminology, technical amendments.
  • HB1194: Farm wineries and vineyards tax credit; raises credit beginning on or after January 1, 2012.
  • HJ81: Commending the Jefferson Forest High School boys' soccer team.
  • HJ409: Commending the Greater Lynchburg Community Trust.
  • HJ456: Commending Gleaning For The World.
  • HR569: Commending Ed McCann.
  • HB1050: Income tax, state; increases long-term care insurance tax credit.
  • HB1434: Cannabinoids, synthetic; penalties for transport, possession, sale, or distribution, etc.
  • HB1466: Surgical procedures; registered nurse shall perform circulator duties.
  • HB1574: Mandatory self-identification; failure to identify oneself to law-enforcement officer.
  • HB1837: Income tax, state; farm wineries and vineyards tax credit.
  • HB1838: Motor vehicle dealers; bonding requirements, limitations on Motor Vehicle Transaction Recovery Fund.
  • HB1839: Rehabilitative Services, Department of; powers and duties.
  • HB1840: Income tax, state; increases long-term care insurance tax credit.
  • HB2335: Insurance premiums tax; retaliatory costs tax credit.
  • HB2336: Save Our Sight Fund and Advisory Board; established.
  • HB2337: State agencies; use of certified mail for certain notices.
  • HB2338: Local government; alternative method is to give notice by mail.
  • HB2453: Certificate of public need; addition of nursing facility beds in Planning District 11, etc.
  • HB2528: Motor Vehicles, Department of; vision screening.
  • HJ799: Celebrating the life of Alphonse Stroobants.
  • HJ848: Commending the 1st Battalion, 116th Infantry Regiment, 116th Brigade Combat Team.
  • HJ871: Commending Centra Health.
  • HR58: Commending Sam Chelanga.
  • HR60: Celebrating the life of Dr. Charles Henry Sackett.
  • HR61: Commending the Monument Terrace 'Support Our Troops' rallies.
  • HR65: Commending Freedom 4/24.
  • HB1049: Mandatory self-identification; identifying self to law-enforcement officer when lawfully detained.
  • HB1050: Income tax, state; long-term care insurance tax credit.
  • HB1375: Prescription drug benefits; replace obsolete publications from list of standard reference compendia.
  • HJ278: Celebrating the life of William McGarvey Dudley.
  • HJ301: Celebrating the life of Dr. Henry B. Larzelere.
  • HJ356: Celebrating the life of James Blair Bibby.