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Patsy Ticer

Personal data
Date of birthJanuary 6, 1935(age 80)
Place of birthWashington, D.C.
Political partyDemocratic
ResidenceAlexandria, Virginia
Alma materSweet Briar College
CommitteesAgriculture, Conservation and Natural Resources (chair); Local Government; Rehabilitation and Social Services; Rules; Transportation
Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from 's 30th district
Assumed officeJanuary 1996
Succeeded byIncumbent
Mayor of Alexandria, Virginia
In officeJuly 1, 1991 - July 1, 1996
Succeeded byKerry J. Donley
Preceded byJames P. Moran

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Patricia Smith "Patsy" Ticer (born January 6, 1935, in Washington, D.C.) is an American politician. A Democrat, she was mayor of Alexandria, Virginia from 1991 to 1996, when she began service in the Senate of Virginia. She the 30th District, made up of parts of Arlington and Fairfax Counties and the city of Alexandria. She will not be a candidate for re-election in November 2011.

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Cuccinelli giving up donations from former charity director - Washington Post (blog) Tweet this news
Washington Post (blog)---Patsy Ticer- (D), announced that they would donate money they were given by Thompson months ago. Cuccinelli had resisted, indicating that Thompson had not ... - Date : Wed, 28 Jul 2010 20:38:42 GMT+00:00
Cuccinelli to freeze $55000 from group under investigation - The Virginian-Pilot Tweet this news
The Virginian-Pilot---Patsy Ticer-, D-Alexandria, who received a $1000 contribution from Thompson last year. Ticer said she never met Thompson and sponsored the legislation at the ... - Date : Fri, 18 Jun 2010 14:37:02 GMT+00:00
US Navy Veterans Association Raises Suspicions in Virginia - Veterans Today Network Tweet this news
Veterans Today Network---Patsy Ticer-, that he veto it. Her office requested a veto after Ticer, D-Alexandria, became suspicious of the US Navy Veterans Association and its former ... - Date : Mon, 17 May 2010 03:04:02 GMT+00:00
Nonprofit Under Investigation Wins Registration Exemption In Virginia - Veterans Today Network Tweet this news
Veterans Today Network---Patsy Ticer-, a 75-year-old, five-term state senator, told the lobbyist for the US Navy Veterans Association that she would be happy to sponsor a bill that ... - Date : Sat, 22 May 2010 12:16:53 GMT+00:00
UPI NewsTrack Business - Tweet this news Ticer-, D-Alexandria, who introduced the bill on the group's behalf, tried to have the governor veto the measure after reading newspaper reports on the ... - Date : Mon, 24 May 2010 22:44:24 GMT+00:00
Will Mirant's merger affect air quality? - Alexandria Times Tweet this news
Alexandria Times--State Senator Patricia "-Patsy-" -Ticer- buttressed Englin's assessment of the House's odds of restoring the carve-out for Northern Virginia. ... - Date : Thu, 22 Apr 2010 21:03:36 GMT+00:00

Political offices
Preceded by
Jim Moran
Mayor of the City of Alexandria, Virginia
1991 - 1996
Succeeded by
Kerry J. Donley
Senate of Virginia
Preceded by
Bob Calhoun
Virginia Senate, District 30
Succeeded by

Current members of the Senate of Virginia

  1. John Miller (D)
  2. Mamie Locke (D)
  3. Tommy Norment (R)
  4. Ryan McDougle (R)
  5. Yvonne Miller (D)
  6. Ralph Northam (D)
  7. Frank Wagner (R)
  8. Jeff McWaters (R)
  1. Don McEachin (D)
  2. John Watkins (R)
  3. Steve Martin (R)
  4. Walter Stosch (R)
  5. Fred Quayle (R)
  6. Harry Blevins (R)
  7. Frank Ruff (R)
  8. Henry Marsh (D)
  1. Edd Houck (D)
  2. Louise Lucas (D)
  3. Robert Hurt (R)
  4. Roscoe Reynolds (D)
  5. John Edwards (D)
  6. Ralph Smith (R)
  7. Steve Newman (R)
  8. Emmett Hanger (R)
  1. Creigh Deeds (D)
  2. Mark Obenshain (R)
  3. Jill Vogel (R)
  4. Richard Stuart (R)
  5. Chuck Colgan (D)
  6. Patsy Ticer (D)
  7. Mary Margaret Whipple (D)
  8. Janet Howell (D)
  1. Mark Herring (D)
  2. Chap Petersen (D)
  3. Dick Saslaw (D)
  4. Toddy Puller (D)
  5. David W. Marsden (D)
  6. Phil Puckett (D)
  7. George Barker (D)
  8. William Wampler (R)

Northern Virginia politicians

Members of the Virginia
House of Delegates
Dave Albo (R) * Richard Anderson (R) * David Bulova (D) * Barbara Comstock (R) * Adam Ebbin (D) * David L. Englin (D) * Eileen Filler-Corn (D) * Charniele Herring (D) * Patrick A. Hope (D) * Tim Hugo (R) * Mark Keam (D) * Kaye Kory (D) * James LeMunyon (R) * Scott Lingamfelter (R) * Robert G. Marshall (R) * Kenneth R. Plum (D) * Tom Rust (R) * Jim Scott (D) * Mark D. Sickles (D) * Scott Surovell (D) * Luke Torian (D) * Vivian E. Watts (D)
Members of the Virginia
State Senate
George Barker (D) * Chuck Colgan (D) * Mark Herring (D) * Janet Howell (D) * David W. Marsden (D) * Chap Petersen (D) * Phillip Puckett (D) * Toddy Puller (D) * Richard L. Saslaw (D) * Richard Stuart (R) * Patsy Ticer (D) * Jill Holtzman Vogel (R) * Mary Margaret Whipple (D)
Members of CongressGerry Connolly (D) * Jim Moran (D) * Rob Wittman (R) * Frank Wolf (R)
OtherSharon Bulova (D) * William D. Euille (D) * Keith Fimian (R) * Penelope Gross (D) * Pat Herrity (R) * Michèle McQuigg (R) * Brian Moran (D) * Patrick Murray (R)

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