Martha Mugler Puts Our Community FirstMugler Default circle

Delegate Mugler makes it her top priority to listen to her constituents and represent them and their needs in Richmond. During the 2020 session she worked hard to give our teachers a raise, make health care more affordable and accessible to Virginians, and protect our coasts from climate change. Now as we enter these uncertain times, she is committed to combating the COVID-19 pandemic by working with the Governor and the Federal government to enact any measures necessary while also looking out for our workers and small businesses.

Prior to being elected to Virginia's House of Delegates, Martha served on the Hampton School Board since 2008, where she earned her reputation as a passionate and effective advocate for our kids, schools, and families. She led the way in redesigning school curriculum so that our students could be better prepared for college and good paying jobs through workforce development programs. As Delegate, Martha used her experience to improve the economy, reduce healthcare costs, and make sure our children get the educational opportunities they deserve.

A Personal Note

I am inspired by the many agencies and organizations that have risen to the occasion with planning and protective measures to ensure the health and well-being of all people during the COVID-19 outbreak.  Including school divisions that are taking measures to ensure food is provided to students who need it and improvising learning delivery in creative ways.  If you are able, I encourage you to support our local businesses during this period of uncertainty by ordering online takeout food and provisions.  

It is my sincere hope and prayer that each of you remain healthy and safe during this unprecedented health and economic crisis.

Thank you,

Martha Mugler

Virginia’s 91st District

Richmond (804)-698-1091

Legislative Update

Learn about what Martha accomplished in the 2020 session


Here you can find up-to-date resources and best practices as we make our way hrough these uncertain times

The 91st District

Some information about the district we live in and who our neighbors are.

Town Halls & 2021 Session

-Town Halls-

Going into the 2020 Regular Session I planned on holding two Town Halls, one in Hampton and the one for York & Poquoson residents after session to give a legislative update and hear concerns from constituents. However due to the global pandemic of COVID-19 and a State and National prohibition on all groups of 10 or more people, we have cancelled the previously scheduled in person Town Halls.

In their place, we will be holding two virtual Town Halls on “Facebook Live” in late April following the Veto Session and will release those dates in the coming weeks.

-2021 Session-

We are already planning for next year’s session and I want to hear from YOU! We are already putting together our legislative agenda for next year and want to hear about the issues that are on your mind.  Do you have an idea for a bill I should carry next year?  Please submit your legislative priorities HERE!