VoterVoice Post

How did your legislators vote in 2024 session?

April 24, 2024 by Jeff Caruso

See how your senator and delegate voted!

During the 2024 Virginia General Assembly session (Jan. 10 – March 9), your state senator and delegate cast key votes on critical issues impacting human life, dignity and the common good. To see how they voted, check out our vote report here!

Not sure who your state legislators are? Use the Find Your Legislator feature here.

Please share our vote report with family members, friends, fellow parishioners and anyone else who would be interested in learning the outcomes and how their legislators voted!

After a successful pilot program last year, we are also excited to again offer customized parish vote reports which show how the legislators in a given parish’s area voted. This report comes in the form of a two-page report for front-and-back printing and bulletin use, as well as a three-page report for web and digital use. Parishes will also receive social media graphics to help share the report online.

How can a parish vote report be requested? These customized reports are intended for parish use only and all requests must be submitted by an official parish representative with approval from the pastor. If your parish would like to receive these materials, please submit your request to Emily Jackson, VCC Social and Digital Media Outreach Specialist, at* 

If you are not a parish representative, we encourage you to share this alert with your parish and ask them to consider the possibility of requesting a customized report.

*Please note the last day to request your customized report is June 28, 2024.

Last but not least, thank you to everyone who took action on our alerts during session. Of particular note, an unprecedented number of people used our alerts to weigh in against assisted suicide, the contraceptive mandate, and alkaline hydrolysis. As the outcomes show, your advocacy made a big difference!


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In prayer and in public, your voices are urgently needed to bring Gospel values to bear on vital decisions being made by those who represent you.


The Virginia Catholic Conference is the public policy agency representing Virginia’s Catholic bishops and their two dioceses.