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Fair Oaks resident to challenge Wolf

Fair Oaks resident Richard Anthony, a veteran of the Army Reserves and workforce development consultant, announced Jan. 4 that he is challenging 30-year incumbent Republican Frank Wolf for his seat.

McLean resident Dennis Findley, also a Democrat, announced his candidacy in October.

Anthony is a graduate of Bowling Green University. He, his wife and two children have lived in Fairfax County since 1995.

He served in the Army Reserves for six years, and served as president and CEO of the NETWORK Consortium.

Anthony works as a workforce development consultant.

“The current political system, and Congress, too often fail to hear our voice and fail to solve the urgent problems we face,” Anthony said in a statement. “We are facing one of the most serious economic challenges of our lifetime, and yet, Congress continues to be mired in political gamesmanship and backroom deals for special interests. Whether on health care, the economy, financial reform or national security, we have seen time and time again that Congress just doesn’t seem to get it.”


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