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Air Force veteran wins primary, runs to become the only Black woman Republican in Congress


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Jennifer-Ruth Green, an Air Force veteran, won the Republican primary in Indiana's 1st Congressional District Tuesday, entering a general election contest in which she is vying to become the only Black woman Republican in Congress.

"I will fight for Republican principles and show how they benefit all Americans regardless of our differences," Green told Fox News Digital in a statement early Wednesday after her primary victory Tuesday night. 

"As an African American woman, and the only African American Republican woman in the House if elected, I can be a different and more effective messenger to communicate conservative principles to voters who don’t typically support Republicans." Rep. Mia Love, R-Utah, became the first Black woman elected to Congress as a Republican, and she served from 2015 to 2019.:snip:

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After graduating from the USAF Academy in 2005, Jennifer-Ruth began her Air Force career in aviation and then transitioned to serve as a Special Agent with the Air Force Office of Special Investigations. She deployed to Baghdad in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM where she served as a mission commander for counterintelligence activities.


Well Oink Oink! :D




And She's Got The Picture.

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