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*[ Virginia House of Delegates - Rep. Loupassi]  
*[ Virginia House of Delegates - Rep. Loupassi]  
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*[ Legislative profile from Project Vote Smart]
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*[ Virginia Public Access Project profile]
*[ Virginia Public Access Project profile]

Revision as of 21:10, 7 September 2010

Manoli Loupassi
Virginia House of Delegates District 68
Assumed office
Current term ends
January 2012
Political party Republican
Profession Attorney
Website Delegate Loupassi
Manoli Loupassi is a Republican member of the Virginia House of Delegates, representing District 68 since 2008.

He won re-election in 2009, defeating Bill Grogan in the general election.[1]

Loupassi is an attorney, having worked with the Virginia Law & Government Affairs, P.C., and as Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney for the City of Richmond. He served as Treasurer of the Richmond Republican Committee from 1998-2006, and on the Board of Richmond Ambulance Authority from 2000-2003.[2]

Issue positions

On his official website Loupassi states, "I’ve been working on important issues like fighting for real property tax relief by capping annual assessments, increasing salaries for teachers, adding significant protections for consumers of Pay Day Loans and eliminating the abusive driver fees."[3]

Committee assignments

2010-2012 committees:

  • HB 1797 Unsolicited bulk electronic mail (spam); penalty.
  • HB 1799 The Fraud and Abuse Whistle Blower Protection Act; established.
  • HB 1807 Marijuana; illegal to transport into State unless authorized under Drug Control Act, penalty.[4]

Major donors

The top 5 donors to Loupassi's 2009 campaign:[5]

Contributor 2009 total
Virginia Republican Party $21,696
William H. Goodwin III $11,000
Allen Allen Allen and Allen $10,000
Manuel Loupassi $10,000
Marcus M. Weinstein $10,000

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Preceded by
Virginia House of Delegates District 68
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