Del. Chad Green (R-Newport News)

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69: Counties of Gloucester (part), James City (part), and York (part); City of Newport News (part)
Took Office
January 2024
Next Election
November 2025
Copatroning Habits
63% of bills he has copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 58% of them are Republicans. Of all of his fellow copatrons of the bills that he copatroned, 50% of them are Democrats.
Bills Passed
22.2% in 2024
Recent Mentions in the Media

Virginia Mercury: FOIA Friday: What government bodies can charge for records, interim appointment disclosures • Virginia Mercury

February 2, 2024 | 3:00 am

Daily Press: State legislators talk about upcoming session at forum

January 5, 2024 | 3:00 am

Richmond Times-Dispatch: Virginia: Meet the 34 new members of the House of Delegates

November 25, 2023 | 3:00 am

The Virginian-Pilot: Meet the candidates trying to represent the Peninsula on the House of Delegates

October 18, 2023 | 3:00 am

The Virginian-Pilot: House District 69 candidate: Chad Green – The Virginian-Pilot

September 21, 2023 | 3:00 am

From the Legislator’s Website


  • HB41: Standards of Learning; programs of instruction, civics education on local government.
  • HB44: Absentee voting; absentee voting in person, available beginning 30 days prior to election.
  • HB72: Public schools; threat assessment teams to meet annually with local chief law-enforcement officer.
  • HB87: Hospital regulations; patient drug testing.
  • HB97: Governor; chief of staff and Governor's Secretaries.
  • HB98: Public secondary schools; satisfaction in physical education requirement, participation in Jr. ROTC.
  • HB99: Virginia Retirement System; return to work for law-enforcement officers.
  • HB138: Retail Sales and Use Tax; establishes an annual tax holiday that takes place in August.
  • HB154: Judges; maximum number in Ninth Judicial Circuit.
  • HB155: Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund; claims.
  • HB156: Jury service; increases from 70 to 73 the age at which a person is exempt from service upon request.
  • HB344: Private waste companies; displacement.
  • HB345: Municipal elections; city or town allowed to hold its elections on first Tuesday in May.
  • HB346: Premarital agreements; enforcement.
  • HB347: School board employees; civil cause of action against principals, etc.
  • HB424: Toll facilities; free use by certain disabled veterans.
  • HB425: Motor Vehicles, Department of; release of privileged information.
  • HB1308: Tangible personal property; removes $950 million cap on amount of tax relief reimbursed to locality.
  • HJ96: Commending Walter C. Zaremba.
  • HJ97: Commending Ann Thomas.
  • HJ98: Commending Elizabeth Fowler.
  • HJ100: Commending Neil Morgan.
  • HJ102: Commending John Henry Printing.
  • HJ103: Commending the Honorable M.B. Clark.
  • HJ105: Commending the York County Little League 9-11 All-Stars baseball team.
  • HJ106: Commending James E. Barnett.
  • HJ107: Commending the Yorktown ReStore.
  • HJ108: Commending Hunt Smile Design.
  • HJ164: Celebrating the life of Gerard Everett Woodbury.
  • HJ177: Commending Victoria Cimino.
  • HJ262: Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Marcellus Lee Harris, Jr.
  • HJ263: Celebrating the life of Brian Juel Jensen.
  • HJ317: Commending William B. Downey.
  • HR33: Commending the Virginia War Museum.
  • HR34: Commending Monte Robinson.
  • HR35: Commending ARCI Architects.
  • HR36: Commending Dylan Olinger.
  • HR44: Commending the Bruton High School girls' volleyball team.
  • HR45: Commending Viccellio Goldsmith.
  • HR46: Commending Pop’s Drive-In.
  • HR117: Commending the Honorable Shirley F. Cooper.
  • HR130: Celebrating the life of Laura Kirk Fletcher.
  • HR177: Commending the Honorable Michael P. Mullin.
  • HR223: Commending the Honorable Thomas K. Norment, Jr.
  • HR278: Celebrating the life of Joshua Chamberlain Peck.