(born June 28, 1950) is an American politician and lawyer. A Democrat, he served on the Charlottesville, Virginia city council 1990–2002 and was mayor 1994–96. In November 2005 he was elected to the Virginia House of Delegates, replacing Mitchell Van Yahres. He the 57th district, made up of the city of Charlottesville and part of Albemarle County. Virginia House of Delegates bio, 2009 In November 2011, Toscano was elected House Minority Leader.
21.03.2012 [NBC 29 News] - They're trying to discuss their differences and trying to develop a roadmap for getting to the end," said Democratic DelegateDavidToscano. Toscano and a handful of other lawmakers have held informal talks. Unlike a traditional session, the meetings
21.03.2012 [NBC 29 News] - 57th District DelegateDavidToscano (D) said, "What they do is they simply come in and they cast a vote saying the legislature is in session, and then they leave. It's going to take about two minutes." Last month Senate Democrats voted down two
18.03.2012 [NBC 29 News] - Obama supporters joined Democratic state lawmakers DelegateDavidToscano and state Senator Creigh Deeds. The president's supporters say they're working hard to bring in new volunteers. "Volunteers are the backbone of any campaign, you can have all the
13.03.2012 [Patch.com] - “When people write the story about this session, it's going to be about legislative overreach, especially in the area of social and divisive issues,” said the House Democratic leader, DelegateDavidToscano of Charlottesville. Saturday saw a bipartisan
21.12.2013 - While Toscano supports gun control, he told attendees at a constituents forum held at UVA yesterday that it is unlikely to pass the General Assembly this year. Mental Health was also a hot topic of discussion and Delegate Rob Bell said instead of passing gun control, the Commonwealth needs to continue making sure ...
03.03.2012 [Williamsburg Yorktown Daily] - Democratic delegates DavidToscano, D-Charlottesville; Jenn McClellan, D-Richmond; and Joseph Johnson, D-Abingdon, voted for it. Habeeb said it would be wrong for Virginia lawmakers to “willy-nilly pick places in the law to cover attorney fees.