Sen. Glen Sturtevant (R-Midlothian)

Photo of Glen Sturtevant
12: All of Colonial Heights City; parts of Chesterfield County
Took Office
January 2016
Next Election
November 2027
Copatroning Habits
67% of bills he has copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 59% of them are Republicans. Of all of his fellow copatrons of the bills that he copatroned, 54% of them are Republicans.
Bills Passed
15.8% in 2024

These are all of the video clips of Glen Sturtevant’s remarks on the floor of the Senate since 2016. There are 2 video clips in all.


  • SB102: Wills and trusts; tangible personal property, nonexoneration.
  • SB103: Motor vehicle sales and use tax; exemptions for vehicle transfers, limited liability companies.
  • SB112: Colonial Heights, City of; amending charter, relating to duties of city manager, etc.
  • SB185: E-Verify program; every employer to enroll in program by January 1, 2025.
  • SB214: Corporation, limited liability company, etc.; service of garnishment summons.
  • SB219: Va. Nat'l Guard State Tuition Assistance Program; provisions relating to eligibility for grants.
  • SB279: Virginia Commonwealth University Health System Authority; board of directors membership.
  • SB287: Comprehensive community colleges; authority to offer and confer certain baccalaureate degrees.
  • SB295: Foreign adversaries; restrictions, civil penalty.
  • SB380: School board policies; alternative educational opportunities.
  • SB384: Human smuggling; penalties.
  • SB421: Foster Child Scholarship Program; established, report.
  • SB527: General Assembly; selection of delegates to a convention for proposing amendments.
  • SB528: Crimes; offenses against the sovereignty of the Commonwealth, unfaithful delegates to a convention.
  • SB639: Firearms; removal from persons posing substantial risk, penalties.
  • SB652: Zoning ordinances; adequate public facilities.
  • SB693: Residential land; prohibited acquisition, restrictions, civil penalty.
  • SB715: Zoning; local review of decisions.
  • SB735: Health insurance; denial of referral by direct primary care provider prohibited.
  • SJ9: Teacher retention, etc.; JLARC to study effect of salaries, employment benefits, etc.
  • SJ88: Commending the Iranian American community in Virginia.
  • SJ161: Commending John Carlton Phillips.
  • SR1: Israel; expresses support for the State and condemns the actions of Hamas.
  • SR33: Commending the Plumbing Heating Cooling Contractors of Virginia.
  • SR89: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Thomas J. Bliley, Jr.
  • SR97: Commending Boyd T. Allison, Jr.
  • SR102: Commending the Richmond Canes.
  • SR120: Commending the Swift Creek Middle School cheerleading team.
  • SB746: Sales and Use Tax; accelerated payments.
  • SB864: Cryptocurrencies; State Corporation Commission to study.
  • SB1027: Health insurance; catastrophic health plans.
  • SB1178: Health carriers; services provided by nurse practitioners.
  • SB1259: Virginia oyster (Crassostrea virginica); designating as first food of Virginia.
  • SB1260: Conservation areas; allows a planning commission to designate.
  • SB1261: Higher educational institutions, public; tuition and fee increases, public comment.
  • SB1262: Localities and school divisions; posting of register of funds expended, required posting.
  • SB1272: Banks; directors' meetings.
  • SB1419: Microcredential program; Department of Education may establish.
  • SB1420: Alcoholic beverage control; alcoholic beverage licenses.
  • SB1525: SOL; reduces total number and type of required assessments in public schools, report.
  • SB1526: Certificate of public need; psychiatric beds and facilities.
  • SB1527: Virginia Charitable Gaming Board; conduct of charitable gaming.
  • SB1531: Income tax, state; equalizes standard deduction with the federal standard deduction.
  • SB1532: High school STEM internship; pilot program established, report.
  • SB1545: Public schools; alternative accountability process.
  • SB1546: Higher education; in-state tuition.
  • SB1632: Cannabidiol oil and THC-A oil; possession or distribution at public school.
  • SB1761: Landfill permits; adjacent locality approval.
  • SB1762: Traffic impact analysis; solid waste management facilities.
  • SB1763: Health insurance; payment to out-of-network providers.
  • SB1769: Electric utilities; net energy metering.
  • SJ277: Resiliency Week; designating as first week of September 2019, and each succeeding year thereafter.
  • SJ284: United States Constitution; ratifies Equal Rights Amendment.
  • SJ305: Constitutional amendment; apportionment, criteria for legislative and congressional districts.
  • SJ434: Celebrating the life of Leonard E. Phillips, Jr.
  • SJ436: Commending Universal Corporation.
  • SJ437: Celebrating the life of Dr. Donn Lancaster.
  • SJ475: Commending the Reverend Monsignor William H. Carr.
  • SJ476: Celebrating the life of Bettie Woodson Weaver.
  • SB77: Dual enrollment courses; quality standards, universal transfer course credit.
  • SB491: Public schools; Standards of Learning assessments.
  • SB745: Virginia taxable income; increases standard deduction.
  • SB746: Sales and Use Tax; accelerated payments.
  • SB747: Higher educational institutions, public; guaranteed admissions agreements.
  • SB749: Higher education; prohibits percentage increase in in-state tuition.
  • SB750: Richmond, City of; amending charter, equal educational.
  • SB751: Localities and school divisions; posting of register of funds expended.
  • SB752: Congressional and state legislative districts; standards and criteria.
  • SB754: Freedom Flag; designating as official flag of remembrance of September 11, 2001.
  • SB755: Pension de-risking; transfer of retirement annuity contracts, subject to approval of Commissioner.
  • SB756: Alcoholic beverage control; conduct not prohibited, etc.
  • SB757: Certificate of public need; psychiatric beds and services.
  • SB758: Real estate licenses; required to obtain a business entity license.
  • SB759: Income tax, state; lowers rate of taxation.
  • SB796: Sexual harassment training; requirement for legislative branch.
  • SB855: Energy efficiency programs; programs proposed by an electric utility.
  • SB863: Teachers; alternate route to licensure for elementary education preK-6, etc.
  • SB864: Cryptocurrencies; State Corporation Commission to study.
  • SB901: Electric utilities; undergrounding distribution lines, reasonableness and prudence of costs.
  • SB937: High school apprenticeship; tax credit.
  • SB964: Health insurance; catastrophic health plans.
  • SB981: Child support; calculation of obligation, multiple custody arrangements.
  • SB982: Child support; guidelines for determination of obligation, child support orders.
  • SJ56: Standards of Quality; JLARC to study cost to implement.
  • SJ57: Out-of-network health care providers; JLARC to study balance billing by providers.
  • SJ172: Commending Lynne Doughtie.
  • SJ216: Celebrating the life of Roland R. Kessler.
  • SJ232: Commending FeedMore's Meals on Wheels program.
  • SB505: Standards of Learning assessments; reporting results.
  • SB509: Interpleader; earnest money deposits.
  • SB787: Sales & use tax; prohibits accelerated collection of payments from retail merchants & other dealers.
  • SB788: Income tax, state; rate of taxation.
  • SB789: Income tax, corporate; rate of taxation.
  • SB793: Small businesses; waiver of tax penalties.
  • SB795: Register of funds expended; required posting by localities & school divisions on public gov website.
  • SB803: Executive budget; zero-based budgeting principles.
  • SB833: Fines and court costs; community work in lieu of payment.
  • SB834: Governor; efficiency and effectiveness review and assessment of state departments, agencies, etc.
  • SB839: Virginia Consumer Protection Act; prohibited practices, etc.
  • SB973: Assault and battery; health care providers; penalty.
  • SB1074: Automobile clubs; a service agreement offered by a club does not constitute insurance.
  • SB1087: Higher education; in-state tuition.
  • SB1088: Higher educational institutions, public; fixed four-year tuition rate.
  • SB1089: Public schools; Standards of Learning assessments.
  • SB1090: Computer trespass; computer invasion of privacy, penalty, civil relief.
  • SB1107: Sales and use tax; prohibits any requirement that a dealer remit accelerated payments, exception.
  • SB1108: Alcoholic beverage control; creates walking tour permit.
  • SB1140: Legal malpractice; estate planning.
  • SB1141: Certificate of public need; psychiatric beds and services.
  • SB1190: Judicial training; law related to rights of persons of legitimate interest in custody, etc.
  • SB1191: Assisted living facilities; cap on civil penalties.
  • SB1386: Income tax, state; creates a new tax bracket for small businesses.
  • SB1387: Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission; operational and programmatic efficiency.
  • SB1413: Immunity of persons; statements regarding matters of public concern communicated to a third party.
  • SB1441: Absentee voting; eligibility of persons whose polling place prohibits firearms.
  • SB1481: Judicial Candidate Evaluation Committee; procedures used by the Va. State Bar to evaluate, etc.
  • SB1482: SHHR; certain waivers under the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.
  • SB1485: Tax credits; expiration of certain tax credits.
  • SB1534: Higher educational institutions, public; general education course credit, dual enrollment courses.
  • SB1535: Real estate appraisers; exemptions from licensure.
  • SB1540: Tax credits, certain; aggregate caps.
  • SJ79: Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission established.
  • SJ81: Teacher salary scale; JLARC to study compression in local school divisions, etc.
  • SJ230: Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission, criteria to redraw certain districts.
  • SJ313: Commending the Honorable Bonnie C. Davis.
  • SJ352: Commending Family Lifeline.
  • SJ382: Celebrating the life of Stephen Winston Bricker.
  • SJ411: Celebrating the life of Carroll Schumann Savage.
  • SJ425: Commending Eli Johnson.
  • SB495: Congressional and state legislative districts.
  • SB496: Judicial Candidate Evaluation Committee; codifies certain procedures.
  • SB497: Executive budget; zero-based budgeting principles.
  • SB498: Public schools; Standards of Learning assessments.
  • SB499: Sales tax payments; accelerated collection of payment from retail merchants and other dealers.
  • SB500: Register of funds expended; required posting by state agencies, localities, and school divisions.
  • SB501: Higher educational institutions; increases in-state tuition.
  • SB503: Higher educational institutions; fixed four-year tuition rate.
  • SB504: Income tax, state; return of budget surplus.
  • SB505: Standards of Learning assessments; reporting results.
  • SB506: Small businesses; waiver of penalties related to taxes.
  • SB507: Judicial creation of trusts.
  • SB508: Corporate income tax; addback for Captive REIT dividends.
  • SB509: Interpleader; earnest money deposits.
  • SB510: Medical bills; who may identify and provide testimony.
  • SB511: Battery; against school employees, penalty (Lindsay's Law).
  • SB512: Income tax, state; lowers rate of taxation for each income bracket.
  • SB559: Governor; performance review of state agencies, report.
  • SB577: Immunity of persons at public hearing; attorney fees and costs.
  • SB587: Compulsory school attendance cases; prosecution by attorneys for the Commonwealth.
  • SB636: State Council of Higher Education; longitudinal data system; report.
  • SB756: Income tax, corporate; rate of taxation.
  • SJ79: Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission established.
  • SJ81: Teacher salary scale; JLARC to study compression in local school divisions, etc.
  • SJ82: Commending the George Wythe High School boys' basketball team.
  • SJ138: Commending the Saint Gertrude High School robotics team.
  • SR20: Commending E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company.
  • SR92: Celebrating the life of Walter Willson Craigie, Jr.