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Democrats are pinning their hopes for the midterms on a record number of millennial candidates with military backgrounds. Could these vets be key in helping Dems take back the House?

New wave of veterans are running for office this year

Democrats are pinning their hopes for the midterms on a record number of millennial candidates with military backgrounds. Could these vets be key in helping Dems take back the House?

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