By: Aaron Parseghian

WASHINGTON D.C. — When the 117th Congress convened in January, just 91 of 535 members were veterans, five fewer than last Congress and the lowest since the early part of last century.

“That has part to do with fewer Americans serving in the military and serving, frankly, in other ways. But it also is a factor of the costs to run for office, which are just incredibly high right now,” With Honor co-founder and CEO Rye Barcott told FOX 17. Continue reading here…

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