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Dan Helmer for Congress (VA-10)

Dan is a U.S. Army veteran, business strategist, husband, and father. His wife, Karen, is a public school teacher, and their two young sons, Harris and Aaron, attend class just down the hall from their mom. Dan, the son and grandson of immigrants, has devoted much of his life to serving the country that welcomed his family when they were refugees -- and that enabled them to thrive thereafter.

After high school he enrolled at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, and, over the course of his military career, served in Iraq, Afghanistan, and South Korea, witnessing firsthand the potential and limits of American power.

A Rhodes Scholar and the recipient of the Bronze Star, Dan has traveled with his family throughout the country and the world on behalf of the United States. After his time with the Army, Dan began serving as a strategic adviser at a major international strategy firm, where he has helped public and private sector institutions innovate, solve complex problems, and more effectively serve Americans.

Aaron Scheinberg for Congress

Aaron is a West Point graduate, Iraq War veteran, and first time candidate running for Congress in West Virginia’s second congressional district. After earning a dual degree from the Harvard Kennedy School and Columbia Business School and working in management consulting, Aaron helped build and lead The Mission Continues, a national nonprofit focused on reintegrating veterans through civic leadership and community development. Aaron was also an early participant in New Politics Leadership Academy’s political leadership development program, Answering the Call

Aaron will bring this civic leadership experience to Congress, where he will work to improve healthcare, invest in career training, care for our elders, fight the opioid epidemic, and expand both infrastructure and broadband access across the state. Aaron and his wife Natasha are raising their daughter Emilia at his family's headquarters in Hedgesville, West Virginia.