Wittman announces the winner of a 2011 essay contest called "How an Army of One Can Help Save the Bay" in Hampton, Va.

Wittman announces the winner of a 2011 essay contest called "How an Army of One Can Help Save the Bay" in Hampton, Va.

His constituents include federal workers who commute to D.C., watermen who troll the Chesapeake Bay and shipbuilders who work in Newport News. So it’s no surprise that Rep. Rob Wittman sits on the House Natural Resources Committee and chairs the Readiness Subcommittee of the House Armed Services Committee. We talk with the Republican from Virginia’s 1st District about protecting the bay, championing military families and what lies ahead in a GOP-controlled Congress.

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  • Rob Wittman Member, U.S. House of Representatives (R-VA, 1st District)

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