Virginia Advocates for Women and Working Families Support Hala Ayala for House of Delegates

June 8, 2017

Hala Ayala, candidate for the 51st District of the House of Delegates, has earned the endorsements of women’s advocacy groups throughout Virginia and beyond, as well as a number of state and local elected officials, including state Sen. Jennifer Wexton and former state Sen. Emilie Miller. “I am honored to have the support of so many champions of Virginia women and working families,” said Hala Ayala. “These elected officials and groups have been instrumental in the effort to fight for positive change and gender equality. I look forward to continuing our work together in Richmond.”

EMILY’s List Endorses Hala Ayala for the Virginia House of Delegates

May 24, 2017

Today, EMILY’s List endorsed Hala Ayala for the 51st District in Virginia’s House of Delegates. Ayala founded and was president of the Prince William County chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW). She served as vice president of Virginia NOW and is a member of Governor Terry McAuliffe’s Council on Women.

Congressman Connolly Endorses Hala Ayala for the 51st District Seat in the House of Delegates

April 24, 2017

Congressman Gerry Connolly endorsed Hala Ayala today in her bid for the 51st District seat in the Virginia House of Delegates, citing her long history of work for Democratic causes in the Commonwealth. Ayala is the former president and founder of the Prince William County chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW), vice president of Virginia NOW and serves on Governor Terry McAuliffe’s Council on Women.

Former Prince William NOW president launches bid for state delegate

April 4, 2017

Lake Ridge resident Hala Ayala has been active in the local political scene for a while. She volunteered for the Obama campaign in 2012 and re-launched Prince William County’s dormant NOW chapter, becoming its president in 2014. Now, Ayala says she’s ready to take it to the next level. The 43-year-old mother of two launched a campaign last week for the 51st District state delegate’s seat, currently held by Del. Rich Anderson, a Republican serving in his fourth term.