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Manga Anantatmula is Republican nominee from Virginia’s 11th Congressional District

Andhra Pradesh-born Manga Anantatmula, has announced that she will run for U.S. House of Representatives from Virginia’s 11th Congressional District. According to her website, Anantatmula has already become a presumptive nominee of Republican Party in a district that’s said to be a Democratic bastion.

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Indian-American woman to run for US Congress from Virginia

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Indian-American woman Manga Anantatmula to run for US Congress from Virginia

WASHINGTON: An Indian-American woman, who raised her voice against alleged discrimination in the admission of Asians in IV League schools, has announced that she will run for US House of Representatives, saying she wants to be a -voice, not a noise- for the community particularly the Hindus in the US.

Andhra Pradesh-born Manga Anantatmula, who worked as a federal government contractor in defence acquisitions programme management, has already become a presumptive nominee of Republican party from the 11th Congressional District of Virginia, making her the first Indian origin candidate to run for the House of Representatives from there.

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Indian-American woman to run for US Congress from Virginia

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Asian Americans, including Indian-Americans normally support Democratic party candidates, but she hopes to turn the tide in the November Congressional elections by defeating six-term incumbent Congressman Gerry Connolly.

An Indian-American woman, who raised her voice against alleged discrimination in admission of Asians in IV League schools, has announced that she will run for US House of Representatives, saying she wants to be a “voice, not a noise” for the community particularly the Hindus in the US.

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Indian American to run for US Congress from Virginia

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Virginia [USA], Feb 9 (ANI): Manga Anantatmula has become the first Indian American to run for US Congress from Virginia as the presumptive Republican Party candidate.

“Anantatmula has affirmed her support for issues like equal rights for women, helping the growth of small and medium businesses and affordable healthcare,” read a press release.

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Indian American to run for US Congress from Virginia

Virginia [USA], Feb 9 (ANI): Manga Anantatmula has become the first Indian American to run for US Congress from Virginia as the presumptive Republican Party candidate.

“Anantatmula has affirmed her support for issues like equal rights for women, helping the growth of small and medium businesses and affordable healthcare,” read a press release.

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Indian-American Manga Anantatmula to run for US Congress from Virginia

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An Indian-American woman, who raised her voice against alleged discrimination in admission of Asians in IV League schools, has announced that she will run for US House of Representatives, saying she wants to be a voice, not a noise for the community particularly the Hindus in the US.

Andhra Pradesh-born Manga Anantatmula, who worked as a federal government contractor in defence acquisitions programme management, has already become a presumptive nominee of Republican party from the 11th Congressional District of Virginia, making her the first Indian origin candidate to run for the House of Representatives from there.

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Agra University graduate to run for US Congress from Virginia

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Indian American Manga Anantatmula, alumna of the Agra University, now known as BR Ambedkar University, has announced her candidature for the 11th Congressional District in the state of Virginia, eastern coast of the United States for US Congressional elections.

Manga was born in Andhra Pradesh, did her schooling from Chennai and completed her graduation degree from the Agra University. As the first Indian-origin woman to contest the congressional elections from Virginia, Manga wants to become the voice of Hindus in the United States.

Manga filed her nomination on January, 26, this year from the Republican Party.

Anantatmula,is a staunch supporter of President Donald Trump. For campaign purposes, she has expanded her first name Manga as “Making Americans Great Aga

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MEET MANGA, FIRST INDIAN-ORIGIN CANDIDATE TO RUN FOR US HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

Andhra Pradesh-born Manga Anantatmula, who’s known for raising her voice against the discrimination Indians face when it comes to Ivy League admissions, is all set to run for US House of Representatives in a bid to be the voice for the community particularly the Hindus in the US.

Manga who worked as a federal government contractor in defence acquisitions programme management, has become a presumptive nominee of the Republican party from the 11th Congressional District of Virginia. This makes her the first Indian-origin candidate to run for the House of Representatives from there.

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Over half a dozen Indian-Americans win Congressional primaries

Washington, Mar 5 (PTI) Over half a dozen Indian-Americans, including incumbent Congressmen Ami Bera and Ro Khanna and two women, have won primaries for the House of Representatives elections in November.

In California, incumbents Bera and Khanna registered an easy win in their respective seventh and 17th Congressional Districts. Both are from the Democratic party.

Bera, 55, the longest-serving Indian-American in the US House of Representatives, is seeking his fifth consecutive term.

Khanna, 43, is seeking a third consecutive term. However, he would be challenged by Indian-American Ritesh Tandon from the Republican party. Tandon is supported by Indian-American groups opposed to Khanna.

Tandon came a distant second in the primaries. As per California laws, top two contestants, irrespective of their party affiliations, have their names on the ballots of November elections.

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Indian-American Manga Anantatmula to run for US Congress from Virginia

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An Indian-American woman, who raised her voice against alleged discrimination in admission of Asians in IV League schools, has announced that she will run for US House of Representatives, saying she wants to be a “voice, not a noise” for the community particularly the Hindus in the US.

Andhra Pradesh-born Manga Anantatmula, who worked as a federal government contractor in defence acquisitions programme management, has already become a presumptive nominee of Republican party from the 11th Congressional District of Virginia, making her the first Indian origin candidate to run for the House of Representatives from there.

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Indian-American woman to run for US Congress from Virginia

WASHINGTON: An Indian-American woman, who raised her voice against alleged discrimination in admission of Asians in IV League schools, has announced that she will run for US House of Representatives, saying she wants to be a “voice, not a noise” for the community particularly the Hindus in the US.

Andhra Pradesh-born Manga Anantatmula, who worked as a federal government contractor in defence acquisitions programme management, has already become a presumptive nominee of Republican party from the 11th Congressional District of Virginia, making her the first Indian origin candidate to run for the House of Representatives from there.

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Voice, not a noise: Indian-American woman to run for US Congress

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Andhra Pradesh-born Manga Anantatmula says if elected to the House of Representatives she will strive to strengthen the India-US relationship.

An Indian-American woman, who raised her voice against alleged discrimination in admission of Asians in IV League schools, has announced that she will run for US House of Representatives, saying she wants to be a “voice, not a noise” for the community particularly the Hindus in the US.Andhra Pradesh-born Manga Anantatmula has already become a presumptive nominee of Republican party from the 11th Congressional District of Virginia, making her the first Indian origin candidate to run for the House of Representatives from there.

She will formally launch her Congressional Campaign on Saturday from Herndon, a Virginia suburb of Washington DC. Anantatmula is a great supporter of President Donald Trump and for campaign purposes, she has expanded her first name Manga as “Making Americans Great Again”.

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Indian-American Woman, A Republican, To Run For US Congress From Virginia

Andhra Pradesh-born Manga Anantatmula, who worked as a federal government contractor in defence acquisitions programme management, has already become a presumptive nominee of Republican party from the 11th Congressional District of Virginia.

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An Indian-American woman, who raised her voice against alleged discrimination in admission of Asians in Ivy League schools, has announced that she will run for US House of Representatives, saying she wants to be a “voice, not a noise” for the community particularly the Hindus in the US.

Andhra Pradesh-born Manga Anantatmula, who worked as a federal government contractor in defence acquisitions programme management, has already become a presumptive nominee of Republican party from the 11th Congressional District of Virginia, making her the first Indian origin candidate to run for the House of Representatives from there.

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Nomination package for US Congressional District VA11 for US Congress

Former Delegate Larry Pratt accepted my Nomination package for US Congressional District VA11 for US Congress, this afternoon. It was such an honor to meet and talk to him. Parted with a handshake and complement “Pleasure is all mine and I am confident we got a right and perfect candidate for VA11. Hard to match your energy”. Truly a compliment!! ???????? I am really honored!!

 

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