VA-02 Nominee and State Senator Jen Kiggans addresses attendees at the opening of the RNC Veterans Community Center in Virginia Beach, VA. Photo Courtesy of the RNC.

The Republican National Committee has launched a first-of-its-kind Veterans and Military Families Community Center in Virginia Beach.

Republican elected officials and candidates from across Virginia spoke at the Center’s launch event yesterday: Attorney General Jason Miyares, Congressman Rob Wittman (VA-01), Republican Party of Virginia (RPV) Chairman Rich Anderson, VA – 02  Republican nominee Jen Kiggans and VA – 10 Republican nominee Hung Cao.

The event was attended by approximately 85 individuals, many of whom expressed eagerness to stay involved with the RNC’s grassroots efforts and work to elect Republicans with military experience to office this November.

According to the Republican National Committee, “this is the first community center in Virginia and the 36th outreach center nationwide. The Republican Party is committed to meeting voters in their communities and continuing to build out our permanent, data-driven ground game. While Joe Biden and Democrats’ failures are making life harder for Virginians, the GOP is on the ground working to win every vote.”

Cao’s campaign took to Twitter after the event to share the candidate’s commitment to fight for veterans like himself if elected to Congress later this year.

Moving forward, the Center will serve as a location for Veterans and Military families to engage with Republican candidates and campaigns throughout the Hampton Roads area.

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Victoria Snitsar is a proud immigrant and naturalized U.S. citizen with a decade of experience in grassroots politics and community organizing. Her writing has been featured in many online publications, including Campus Reform, The Daily Torch and The Daily Signal. As an undergraduate at the University of Kansas, Victoria appeared in media outlets such as CBS News, TIME Magazine, The Washington Post Magazine, The Blaze and NRATV. Victoria is also a former NCAA D1 student-athlete and Kansas College Republicans State Chair. After moving eleven times in six years, Victoria resides in Arlington, Virginia and enjoys going to overpriced brunch on Sundays.