The Family Foundation has put out the 2012-2013 report card for the Virginia General Assembly. What this report card shows is the scoring of each individual of the senate and the house on how they score on voting of pro family bills. It is interesting to see how different political parties “feel” about values. Not remarkably, Republicans scored way higher then most every dem. Telling is the candidates who are running for AG. Obenshain scored a 100 on all pro family bills while Herring scored an 18.
The report card is listed here as a downloadable PDF file. The bills of note are listed and how the individuals voted on those bills. At the bottom of the link are prior report cards. Now maybe some of the members support your particular belief. These bills and votes are only those pertaining to pro family. It is an interesting look.