Parties recruit veterans to run for House in 2014
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Seth Lynn, who helps train veterans to run for political office through workshops and fellowships at George Washington University, said military success might lead some veterans to enter races that, in the end, just aren’t winnable.
"There are a lot of people who succeed in the military and have done so against great odds," Lynn said. "They look at a congressional race and say, ‘I can do this, too.’"
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