Del. Atoosa Reaser (D-Loudoun)

Photo of Atoosa Reaser
Party
Democratic
District
27: County of Loudoun (part)
Took Office
January 2024
Next Election
November 2025
Copatroning Habits
91% of bills she has copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of her bills, 67% of them are Democrats. Of all of her fellow copatrons of the bills that she copatroned, 72% of them are Democrats.
Partisanship
?
Bills Passed
63.6% in 2024
Recent Mentions in the Media

Loudoun Now: Loudoun Legislators Talk Data Centers, Education Funding, Housing

March 19, 2024 | 3:00 am
  

Loudoun Now: Youngkin Signs Hazing Prevention Curriculum Bill | News | loudounnow.com

March 15, 2024 | 3:00 am
  

Virginia Public Access Project: State Legislators' 2024 "Batting Averages"

March 14, 2024 | 3:00 am
  

WYDaily: Virginia High Schoolers Will Receive Hazing Prevention Instruction

March 1, 2024 | 3:00 am
  

The Center Square: Court-appointed attorneys could see a major pay cap raise

February 27, 2024 | 3:00 am
  

From the Legislator’s Website

The Reaser Report, Your April Roundup Has Sprung!

April 22, 2024
In the six weeks since the General Assembly adjourned the regular session, I have been incredibly busy meeting with community stakeholders, talking with constituents, and getting ready to head back to Richmond for the Reconvene Session. As I share some of what my month has included, please remember, if you have any questions or need […] The post The Reaser Report, Your April Roundup Has Sprung! appeared first on Atoosa Reaser for Delegate.

“Families Can’t Wait”

April 8, 2024
“Families can’t wait” on childcare funding; Democrats delivered by investing in our workforce and expanding the availability of reliable childcare. During the recent legislative session, House Democrats prioritized making childcare more accessible and affordable for Virginia families with an unprecedented number of bills and new investments designed to boost economic growth and full employment. Childcare […] The post “Families Can’t Wait” appeared first on Atoosa Reaser for Delegate.

The Reaser Report, March Round-Up!

March 31, 2024
We’re back with the Reaser Report! Now that the 2024 legislative session has adjourned, this newsletter will provide monthly updates, delivered straight to your inbox! Let me start by wishing all who celebrate (and all who don’t!) many blessings during this special time of spiritual renewal! Legislative Updates Since the General Assembly has adjourned Sine […] The post The Reaser Report, March Round-Up! appeared first on Atoosa Reaser for Delegate.

Reaser Report, Week 9

March 14, 2024
The 2024 legislative session has come to an end! Last Saturday, March 9th, the Virginia General Assembly adjourned, and I am back in Loudoun County continuing my work! I am over the moon to share that VPAP reports I had the top freshman batting average for bills passed (and that all but one of them passed with […] The post Reaser Report, Week 9 appeared first on Atoosa Reaser for Delegate.

Reaser Report, Week 8

March 3, 2024
We just closed out our penultimate week of the 2024 Legislative Session! It was a busy week so I am excited to update you on my legislation, some session lingo, staff spotlights and what I have been doing in and around the GAB! The General Assembly is buzzing with activity as we approach the final week […] The post Reaser Report, Week 8 appeared first on Atoosa Reaser for Delegate.

Reaser Report, Week 7

February 25, 2024
We have entered the final stretch of the session with only 13 days left! All bills that are still alive have crossed over into the the other chamber and are making their way through to the respective floors for voting. After both chambers pass a bill, the Speaker of the House of Delegates, Don Scott, […] The post Reaser Report, Week 7 appeared first on Atoosa Reaser for Delegate.

Va. lawmakers pass bill requiring hazing training in high schools

February 25, 2024
Virginia legislators have passed a bill requiring hazing awareness and prevention training at public high schools. The House passed Senate Bill 379 by a vote of 56-44 on Monday, with all 51 Democrats and five Republicans voting in support. The Senate unanimously approved it earlier this month.  It comes two years after Virginia lawmakers mandated hazing training at […] The post Va. lawmakers pass bill requiring hazing training in high schools appeared first on Atoosa Reaser for Delegate.

Delegate Atoosa Reaser Provides Comments on House of Delegates Budget

February 23, 2024
February 23, 2024 Contact: [email protected] STERLING, VA– Following the passage of the budget from The Virginia House of Delegates Appropriations Committee, Delegate Atoosa Reaser (HD-27) issued the following statement: “The Budget passed this week by the House Appropriations committees shows the commitment to creating an economy for hardworking Virginians, delivering a world-class education, protecting our […] The post Delegate Atoosa Reaser Provides Comments on House of Delegates Budget appeared first on Atoosa Reaser for Delegate.

Reaser Report, Week 6

February 18, 2024
It is with a heavy heart that I begin this update to you. As some of you may have seen on local and national news, there was an explosion in Sterling; it was both in my district, and close to where I live. Over a dozen people were hurt, and one first responder perished. Over […] The post Reaser Report, Week 6 appeared first on Atoosa Reaser for Delegate.

General Assembly Advances Bipartisan Legislation to Make Medicine More Affordable for Virginians

February 13, 2024
RICHMOND, Va. — The Virginia General Assembly took steps today to rein in prescription drug prices in the Commonwealth. The Senate and House both passed bills to create a Prescription Drug Affordability Board (PDAB), which will allow Virginia to set reasonable rates for certain high-cost, burdensome prescription drugs. “This legislation isn’t just about lowering the cost […] The post General Assembly Advances Bipartisan Legislation to Make Medicine More Affordable for Virginians appeared first on Atoosa Reaser for Delegate.

Bills

  • HB102: Court-appointed counsel; raises the limitation of fees.
  • HB105: Resale Disclosure Act; resale certificate, fees.
  • HB281: Child day programs; use of office buildings, waiver of zoning requirements.
  • HB383: Real estate board; continuing education requirements for real estate brokers and salespersons.
  • HB392: Virginia Petroleum Products Franchise Act; agreements between jobber/distributors and dealers.
  • HB645: Electric vehicles; signs for parking spaces reserved for charging vehicles.
  • HB719: Public high schools; SOL curriculum guidelines for research-based hazing prevention instruction.
  • HB1028: Affordable housing; assisted living facilities.
  • HB1307: Higher educational institutions, baccalaureate public; student application fees, report.
  • HB1402: Health insurance; pharmacy benefits managers, reporting requirements, civil penalty.
  • HB1490: Absentee voting in person; voter satellite offices, days and hours of operation.
  • HR138: Commending Jeff Morse.
  • HR139: Commending Brenda Sheridan.
  • HR338: Commending Megan Tucker.
  • HR339: Commending student-guitarists of Loudoun County Public Schools.
  • HR340: Commending the Loudoun County Public Schools Mobile Health Clinic.