75th Legislative District







I am Delegate Roslyn Tyler, House of Delegate Representative of the 75th District.


The 75th District includes Brunswick County, Parts of Dinwiddie County,  City of Emporia, Parts of the City of Franklin, Greensville County, Parts of Isle of Wight County, Parts of Lunenburg County, Parts of Southampton County,  Parts of Surry County, Parts of Sussex County.


I serve on the State Committees of Commerce and Labor, Education, and Milita, Police and Public Safety.

It is a pleasure to serve the constituents of Southside Virginia and the Commonwealth. I take my jobs very seriously and work very hard on behalf of the residents of rural Virginia.


You may contact my district office located on 423 South Main Street Emporia, Virginia. Office phone number 434-336-1710. My Legislative Assistants are Mary Beth Washington and Tiffany Jones. Should you need my assistance, please feel free to call.  


Thank you for your continued support,




Delegate Roslyn C. Tyler 

                       The ARC of Virginia and Advocacy Partners



Susan Coon, Lia Tremblay, Joe Tremblay, (standing in back) Tommy Coon, Shannon Farthing, Delegate Roslyn Tyler, Anita Dommert, President of the Arc South of the James, and Becky Farthing.


The Members of The ARC of Virginia and Partners were visiting the Virginia General Assembly advocating to protect individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities access to needed services and avoiding unnecessary institutionalization.  The members and families visited Delegate Roslyn Tyler regarding increased funding intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) waivers.  She is supportive of additional waivers and this concern is now being discussed in the budget bill (HB 30). If you support additional waivers in Virginia, please contact your legislator.


Greensville and Sussex VA Education Association Visit the General Assembly



The  Presidents and Teachers of the Virginia Education Association visited the Virginia General Assembly regarding their priority legislation for 2014.  Arletha Cain  and Tasha Clemons are teachers from Greenville County Schools. Ora  Briggs is a special education teacher from Sussex County Schools.  Bills of  major importance are HB 333 - Local School Board setting and determining the opening day for schools,  HB 113 - Abolishing  Opportunity Educational Institution, HB 930 -  SOL Reform and HB 318 -  Abolishing A-F Grading System.  The bills of Abolishment were  defeated in the education committee, however, the SOL reform bill and school opening bill advances on the General Assembly Calendar.


Bankers Visit the Capitol


Pictured from left to right Earl Allen, Delegate Roslyn Tyler, Jane Wagner and Daerick Wilkerson

The Bank of McKenney Associates visited Delegate Roslyn Tyler on Virginia Bankers Day at the General Assembly.  Hundreds of Bankers from across the Commonwealth visits  state legislators during session to discuss legislation that would affect the banking industry.  The bankers continues to be advocates of financial literacy  and consumer education .

Commissioners of Revenue Stop by the Captiol


Pictured left to right; Elizabeth Hamlin, Deborah Née, Delegate Roslyn Tyler, Wanda Belville, Jonathan Judkins and Amy Carr


The Commissioners of Revenue and Deputy from Lunenburg, Surry, Brunswick and Southampton County visited Delegate Roslyn Tyler at the General Assembly on Commissioner of Revenue Day in Richmond, Virginia.


Their 2014 Legislative Agenda included career development for  Commissioners  of Revenue, salary re-grade for deputies, restoration of office funding and parity with state employees.  These budget amendments have been submitted to the Appropriation Committee and will be discussed when finalizing the budget.


Southside Community College Visits the General Assembly