This week, Delegate Hala Ayala, Democratic Nominee for Lieutenant Governor, continued her work as a tireless advocate for Virginia’s workers, families, and small businesses. From voting to bolster Virginia's workers and families with major investment in our schools and economy to championing voting rights, Hala is the only candidate for Lieutenant Governor with the lived and legislative leadership experience necessary to advance the Commonwealth’s priorities.
“Four years ago we watched as white supremacists marched to Nazi chants on our streets, sparking violence that took the lives of three Virginians and left many others injured. Our community is still working to heal. Today and every day, my heart is with the families of those we lost, with the first responders on the ground, and with the Charlottesville community.”
In response to rising rates of COVID-19 and the spread of new coronavirus variants, the Hala for Virginia campaign will now require all campaign staff and future campaign hires to be fully vaccinated. Veronica Ingham, Hala for Virginia campaign manager, released the following statement. Click here to read
In case you missed it, to commemorate the 56th anniversary of the landmark Voting Rights Act of 1965, Delegate Hala Ayala, Democratic nominee for Lieutenant Governor of Virginia, penned an op-ed in The Roanoke Times.
In case you missed it, new reporting from the Virginia Scope shows that extreme Republican Lieutenant Governor nominee Winsome Sears’ campaign paid over $90,000 in less than six months to a consulting firm that attempted to recruit Proud Boys members for a post-election rally last year in Nevada.
In case you missed it, with a 20-20 tie in the Virginia Senate when it comes to choice and Republicans’ unprecedented attacks against Roe v. Wade, the decision to protect abortion and access to reproductive health care could come down to Virginia’s next Lieutenant Governor.