Why Virginia Matters in 2017 - Hala Ayala

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Hala Ayala is running to represent the 51st House District of Virginia. She is a long-time community advocate who wants to make sure that Prince William County families have the resources they need succeed and thrive.

As a single mother, Hala worked her way up from a service job with no health insurance to being a cybersecurity specialist with the Department of Homeland Security. She has fought for raising the minimum wage, Medicaid Expansion and equal pay for equal work as the founder and President of the Prince William County chapter of the National Organization for Women.

Hala serves on Governor Terry McAuliffe’s Council on Women and helped organize Virginia for the Women’s March on Washington.

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