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Keith Fimian Selected ‘Young Gun’ Candidate

Keith Fimian Selected 'Young Gun' Candidate - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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Keith Fimian Selected 'Young Gun' Candidate - top government contractors - best government contracting event
Keith Fimian

Keith Fimian, candidate for Congress (VA-11), has been selected as a National Republican Congressional Committee “Young Gun” candidate for his rigorous organizational and fundraising efforts.

Fimian raised more than $900,000 for the cycle and will join a group of other young guns in the program to elect open seat and challenger candidates.

“I will continue to aggressively take my message to voters and build an effective, winning campaign infrastructure to deliver the message Americans are sending to Gerry Connolly: they want leaders in Congress who can control wasteful spending and create an environment favorable to economic growth and job creation“”something big spending career politicians like Gerry Connolly simply have no idea how to do,” Fimian said.

He added, “I am grateful for the vote of confidence that Congressman Sessions, Congressman Cantor and House Republicans have given me by elevating my campaign to Young Gun status.“

The Young Gun program is a movement to strengthen the GOP by “identifying, recruiting, and mobilizing a new generation of conservative leaders,” according to their website and is part of the NRCC.

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