Jon Soltz

Co-founder and Chairman, VoteVets.org

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Co-founder and chairman of VoteVets.org, a progressive group of military veterans, he served in Iraq in 2003

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After six years of deadly violence and the expenditure of tens of billions of dollars, the war in Iraq appears to be winding down.

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After six years of deadly violence and the expenditure of tens of billions of dollars, the war in Iraq appears to be winding down.

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