Bills Pending Virginia Senate Privileges and Elections Committee

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VAHB177EngrossPresidential electors; National Popular Vote Compact. Enters Virginia into an interstate compact known as the Agreement Among the States to Elect the President by National Popular Vote. Article II of the Constitution of the United States gives the st...
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2020-02-25
To Senate Privileges and Elections Committee
VASB126EngrossMethod of nominating party candidates; incumbent selection. Removes the power of incumbent officeholders in some cases to insist on a primary as the method of nominating political party candidates and removes the power of General Assembly incumbents ...
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2020-02-12
To Senate Privileges and Elections Committee
VASB166IntroCampaign finance; disbursement of surplus funds; prohibited conversion to personal use. Amends the current laws regarding the disbursement of surplus funds at the dissolution of a campaign or political committee so that such restrictions would apply ...
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2020-02-04
To Senate Privileges and Elections Committee
VASJR75IntroConstitutional amendment (first resolution); public schools in the Commonwealth; equal educational opportunities. Requires the General Assembly to provide for a system of public schools in the Commonwealth with equal educational opportunities for all...
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2020-01-28
To Senate Privileges and Elections Committee
VASB887IntroVoter registration; automatic voter registration. Voter registration; automatic voter registration. Provides for the automatic electronic transmission by the Department of Motor Vehicles to the Department of Elections of certain information for any i...
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2020-01-28
To Senate Privileges and Elections Committee
VASJR7IntroConstitutional amendment (first resolution); marriage. Proposes the repeal of the constitutional amendment dealing with marriage that was approved by referendum at the November 2006 election. That amendment to the Bill of Rights (i) defines marriage ...
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2020-01-21
To Senate Privileges and Elections Committee
VASJR8IntroConstitutional amendment (first resolution); qualifications of voters and the right to vote. Establishes that the only qualifications to vote in the Commonwealth are United States citizenship, being at least 18 years of age, residency in the Commonwe...
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2020-01-21
To Senate Privileges and Elections Committee
VASJR3IntroConstitutional amendment (first resolution); marriage. Proposes the repeal of the constitutional amendment dealing with marriage that was approved by referendum at the November 2006 election. That amendment to the Bill of Rights (i) defines marriage ...
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2020-01-21
To Senate Privileges and Elections Committee
VASJR14IntroConstitutional amendment (first resolution); qualifications of voters; restoration of civil rights by general law. Authorizes the General Assembly to provide by general law for the restoration of civil rights for persons convicted of a felony. The pr...
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2020-01-21
To Senate Privileges and Elections Committee
VASJR11IntroConstitutional amendment (first resolution); qualifications of Governor and Lieutenant Governor; residency requirement. Increases from five to eight the number of years a person must have been a resident of and registered voter in the Commonwealth in...
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2020-01-21
To Senate Privileges and Elections Committee
VASJR2IntroConstitutional amendment (first resolution); personal reproductive liberty. Amends the Constitution of Virginia by adding a section establishing the individual right to personal reproductive autonomy. The amendment prohibits the denial or infringemen...
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2020-01-21
To Senate Privileges and Elections Committee
VASJR6IntroConstitutional amendment (first resolution); Governor's term of office. Permits a Governor elected in 2025 and thereafter to succeed himself in office. The amendment allows two four-year terms (either in succession or not in succession) but prohibits...
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2020-01-21
To Senate Privileges and Elections Committee
VASJR16IntroConstitutional amendment (first resolution); General Assembly; term limits. Limits members of the Senate to three full terms (12 years) and members of the House of Delegates to six full terms (12 years). The limitations apply to service for both cons...
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2020-01-21
To Senate Privileges and Elections Committee
VASJR63IntroConstitutional amendment (first resolution); uniform schedule of elections for members of the General Assembly and statewide offices. Provides for a uniform schedule for general elections of Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, and Genera...
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2020-01-21
To Senate Privileges and Elections Committee
VASJR59IntroConstitutional amendment (first resolution); qualifications of voters; automatic restoration of civil rights. Provides for the automatic restoration of civil rights for persons convicted of felonies upon completion of their sentences. The present Con...
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2020-01-21
To Senate Privileges and Elections Committee
VASJR19IntroConstitutional amendment (first resolution); political reform. Prohibits the establishment of electoral districts that intentionally or unduly favor or disfavor any political party and requires the General Assembly to regulate the role of money in el...
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2020-01-21
To Senate Privileges and Elections Committee
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