Seth Moulton

Seth Moulton joined the Marines in 2001, days after his college graduation and a few months before the attacks on 9/11. While he was an outspoken critic of the Iraq War, he proudly served four tours, leading a frontline infantry platoon in the first Marine company to enter Baghdad. He later worked to establish a […]

Seth Moulton joined the Marines in 2001, days after his college graduation and a few months before the attacks on 9/11. While he was an outspoken critic of the Iraq War, he proudly served four tours, leading a frontline infantry platoon in the first Marine company to enter Baghdad. He later worked to establish a free and independent Iraqi media, and then served as a liaison to senior Iraqi military and political leaders for General Petraeus.

 

After returning home from Iraq, Seth used the G.I. Bill and earned joint degrees in business and public policy, and then became the managing director of Texas Central, building America’s first high-speed rail line. Seth ran for Congress in 2014, and won, on a platform of bringing a new generation of leadership to Washington. His legislative accomplishments include delivering faster care for veterans, designating a three-digit National Suicide Hotline (9-8-8), modernizing government travel, and making ALS diability insurance more comprehensive and accessible. His American High-Speed Rail Act is the most ambitious and forward-thinking infrastructure package before Congress today, and he recently wrote the G.I. Bill Repair Act to finally restore long-denied benefits to Black veterans of World War II.

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