Contribute Now to Support Iraq War Vet Tulsi Gabbard

Tulsi Gabbard knows about service. Currently a Councilmember on the Honolulu City Council, she was first elected to the Hawai'i State House of Representatives at age 21. Tulsi withdrew from an easy re-election to volunteer for an 18-month long deployment to Iraq with the Hawai'i Army National Guard in 2004. Upon returning home, she attended the Alabama Military Academy's Officer Candidate School - becoming the first female Distinguished Honor Graduate in the academy's 50-year history.

After two years in the office of Sen. Daniel K. Akaka, Tulsi deployed, again, and served as a Military Police platoon leader. Part of her mission included training to the Kuwait National Guard's Counter-Terrorism Team. For this work, she became the first woman ever to receive an award from the Kuwait National Guard.

Tulsi is truly an extraordinary woman, who will be an extraordinary Member of Congress - with your help!

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