WOODBRIDGE – Today, the Virginia League of Conservation Voters announced its endorsement of Delegate Hala Ayala (D-51) in her re-election race for the Virginia House of Delegates in District 51.

"For the past two years, Delegate Hala Ayala has put conservation first at the General Assembly, making her the clear choice to protect Prince William County’s environment going forward," said Michael Town, executive director of the Virginia League of Conservation Voters. "We are proud to endorse Delegate Ayala in her re-election bid and look forward to working with her in 2020 and beyond to drive progress on climate action and clean energy, clean water, and protected open spaces in the 51st District and across Virginia."

The Virginia League of Conservation Voters is committed to electing officials that will consistently and passionately help to preserve and improve Virginia’s environment.  Every year, Virginia LCV issues a General Assembly Conservation Scorecard in order to gauge how Virginia’s conservation and environmental interests are being represented in Richmond.  Del.  Ayala earned a score of 100 percent in 2019, making her a champion for Virginia’s environment. She holds a career score of 95 percent.

The election for the 51st House of Delegates District will be held Nov. 5. Delegate Ayala and the Virginia League of Conservation Voters will be working together to get her re-elected and drive continued progress for Virginia's environment.

Delegate Hala Ayala has been a member of the Prince William County community for over 35 years and was elected to represent the 51st District in Virginia House of Delegates in 2017.  She is currently running to be re-elected in 2019.  She is a cybersecurity expert and has served as the chief co-patron of the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) during the 2019 legislative session.