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Veterans Have The Most To Lose By Not Voting
Who has more at stake than veterans and military personnel in an election for commander-in-chief?
I’m A Veteran. Here’s Why I Refuse To Vote In This Election
We asked readers to tell us why they don’t plan to vote in this election. Here’s what you said.
Clinton And Trump To Participate In First-Ever Veterans Town Hall
Veterans nonprofit Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America will host the first-ever veterans town hall forum with the 2016 presidential candidates.
6 Types Of Vets Dominating Your Social Media This Election
Every election season, America’s veterans get on the internet to fight over how the country they swore to defend from enemies foreign and domestic should be run. Here are this year’s top six contenders.
I’m A Veteran. Here’s Why I’m Voting For Hillary Clinton
We asked readers to tell us why you’re voting for Hillary Clinton. Here’s what you said.
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I’m A Veteran. Here’s Why I’m Voting For Donald Trump
We asked readers to tell us why you’re voting for Donald Trump. Here’s what you said.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump answers questions during a news conference in New York, Tuesday, May 31, 2016.
Trump Attempts To Set Record Straight On Veteran Fundraising
Donald Trump skewed the numbers, but still raised millions for veterans. Now he’s fighting the press for giving him a bad rap.
Veterans stand outside Trump Tower seeking an apology for misrepresenting money purportedly raised for veterans, May 23, 2016.
Trump’s ‘Fundraiser For Vets’ Triggers Protest From NYC Veterans
Veterans in New York City took to Trump Tower to protest the likely Republican nominee for misrepresenting money purportedly raised for veterans.
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Former Special Forces Commander Featured In New Anti-Trump Ad
Michael Waltz is among veterans hoping to prevent Trump from winning the Republican nomination.
Here’s Where The 2016 Presidential Candidates Stand On Veterans Issues
While the candidates boost their platforms, their stances on veterans become a key focus.
Marine Gen. James Mattis, commander, U.S. Central Command, left, and Navy Adm. William McRaven, commander, U.S. Special Operations Command, listen during a Senate Armed Services committee hearing on Capitol Hill on Tuesday, March 5, 2013, in Washington.
6 Military Leaders Who Could Run For President In 2016
Amid 2016 presidential election buzz, here are six men of military background who could make a run for the White House.