Marine Corps Reserve veteran, Josh Mandel, looks to continue service in U.S. Senate. After serving two tours in Iraq, Josh represented the people of Ohio’s 17th district in the State House, and currently serves as the Ohio State Treasurer. He captured the March Republican primary with 63% of the vote. Learn more here.
The Huffington Post posted yesterday an article about the struggle for veterans to relate their professional backgrounds to the current economic issues. While military men and women are adept at talking about foreign and defense policy, this election cycle is being dominated by the economic hardships the country currently faces, and how to fix those [...]
Veterans Campaign, together with the Veterans for National Security Foundation will hold a campaign training workshop in Savannah, GA on Saturday, March 3. The bootcamp will cover a variety of topics, and will help veterans lay the groundwork for a future campaign. Attendance is limited, and $75 cost includes meals, workshop materials, and a copy [...]
Below are a few lists of candidates that other veterans groups support. Check them out and get involved! VoteVets - This group’s mission is to “use public issue campaigns and direct outreach to lawmakers to ensure that troops abroad have what they need to complete their missions, and receive the care they deserve when they get [...]
Army veteran Tom Cotton is running for Arkansas’ Fourth District House seat. Mr. Cotton has achieved great success in both the US Army and private practice. The Harvard graduate was a platoon leader with the Old Guard at Arlington National Cemetery, and after military service, was a strategist in the private sector. To learn more [...]
Heather Wilson is no stranger to congressional politics. In 1998, she became the first woman veteran elected to Congress. An Air Force Academy graduate, Rhodes Scholar and former Air Force officer, Ms. Wilson is now running for the Senate seat in New Mexico being vacated by Sen. Jeff Bingaman. To learn more about Ms. Wilson [...]