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September 15, 2020

I hope you and yours are doing well and staying safe. As we progress through month 6 of this pandemic in Virginia, I want to highlight an important issue. September is National Suicide Prevention Month. According to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the US, it has taken 48,344 lives and caused 1.4 million attempts in just 2018.

September 1, 2020

We are now in the 6th month of this pandemic. As the numerous experts, officials, and the Governor said back in the beginning of the pandemic, this virus would be something we will have to fight against for months, not weeks.Though our statistics give us reason to be cautiously optimistic, there are still new cases found everyday. We need to carry on practicing physical distancing and safe, healthy, habits. While we all continue to fight against this virus together, my colleagues and I continue to pass legislation that will improve Virginia.

August 21, 2020

This past Tuesday, August 18th, our General Assembly began its special session. The House of Delegates met in person on Tuesday, but we have since been holding our session virtually. It is certainly an unprecedented manner of convening our legislative body, but this is certainly an unprecedented time. For the sake of the health of my colleagues, General Assembly staffers, their families, and the local residents of the Richmond area, I am proud we have made this historic step.

Meet Hala

Hala Ayala is a lifelong Virginian, and has been a resident of Prince William County for over 35 years. She has served as the Vice President of the Virginia Chapter of the National Organization of Women (NOW) and founded the Prince William County Chapter of NOW. Hala has served on Former Governor Terry McAuliffe’s Council of Women, and has served as the PTA President of her son’s public school. Fighting for the rights of women and families has been Hala Ayala’s focus for many years.

 

 

 

As a Cyber Security Specialist, Hala Ayala has a strong dedication to the safety and security of her community members. She is committed to the protection of the private information of individuals. Her work as a public servant is powered by supporters like you. Hala is grateful to those who have given generous time and resources to ensure that she is able to continue her work for Virginia’s 51st House District.

 

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