Air Force vet would be California's first Black GOP woman elected to US House
Added 10-25-20 06:29:01am EST - “An Air Force veteran in Southern California? would be the state's first Black Republican woman elected to a U.S. House seat if she's able to unseat her Democratic opponent in November,? according to a report.” - Foxnews.com
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An Air Force veteran in Southern California would be the state’s first Black Republican woman elected to a U.S. House seat if she’s able to unseat her Democratic opponent in November, according to a report.
“I am driven every day by the sacrifice of those that came before me,” Aja Smith, who was deployed to Qatar in 2007, told The Washington Times in an interview published Saturday.
“My grandfather was a veteran of World War II, Korea and Vietnam and my great uncle was a Tuskegee Airman pilot,” she added.
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