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Republican Derrick Anderson to run for Democratic-controlled Virginia US House seat

  • Army veteran and attorney Derrick Anderson announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination in Virginia's 7th District, a key congressional seat. Anderson aims to control inflation, fight for a balanced budget, and represent the district where he grew up.
  • If current representative Abigail Spanberger does not seek reelection, it would leave open two competitive House seats in Virginia, potentially impacting party control of the U.S. House. Speculation suggests Spanberger may run for Virginia governor in 2025.
  • Bill Moher, Cameron Hamilton, Jon Myers, and Shaliek Tarpley have also filed paperwork for the Republican nomination in the 7th District, while Craig Ennis is running as an independent. A crowded Democratic primary is expected if Spanberger does not run again.
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