Priorities for Senator Richardson 


(last updated July 28, 2022)


151st General Assembly Bills

     • Fairness in Women’s Sports

     • Comparative Politics

     • Education Right to Know Act/Parental Rights

     • Citizenship Test

     • Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act

     • Women’s Right to Know Ultrasound Act

     • Amendment to lower voting age to 18

     • Emergency Powers Act


Bills under consideration

     • Drug Prevention Curriculum

     • Perjury Act (ready for release)

     • Born Alive Child Protection Act

     • Human Trafficking signs in businesses

     • Task force to study waste solutions 

     • No private outside money used in election process

     • Hope Scholarships

     • SAFE Act to protect students

     • No Patient Left Alone Act

     • Cameras in the classroom

     • Curriculum Review Panels

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Senator Richardson made an election promise and kept his promise to not vote to increase taxes or fees and to not approve of any new taxes or fees.

Background: Freshman term started the day after Election Day 2014.

Senator Richardson is the author of six major new bills to be introduced in January 2022 and is co-author of more than 150 bills.

Senator Richardson serves on numerous committees and task forces; he is currently serving on the Veterans Affairs, Elections & Government Affairs, Agriculture, Legislative Oversight & Sunset, Labor, and Banking & Insurance committees, the Domestic Violence Bail Review Task Force, the Human Trafficking Interagency Coordinating Council, the Prescription Opioid Settlement Distribution Commission and on the Delaware Healthy Mothers & Infants Consortium.

Senator Richardson serves more than 44,000 people in the 21st Senate District.

Senator Richardson is Pro-Life; and believes in strong family core values.

Senator Richardson supports free enterprise with very minimum government interference/regulations.

Senator Richardson believes in small government and letting the people control their lives and not the government.