21 Facts About Duncan Hunter

1. Duncan Hunter held onto his seat Tuesday while awaiting trial for allegedly misusing close to $250,000 in campaign funds.

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2. Duncan Hunter sent a letter Thursday to President Donald Trump urging him to use the US military to build a road that will service a future wall on the US-Mexico border, using funds that are already appropriated.

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3. Duncan Hunter served in the US Marine Corps, completing two tours in Iraq and one in Afghanistan.

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4. Duncan Hunter promised Wednesday it would be "business-as-usual in working with President Trump.

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5. Duncan Hunter won reelection this week, beating back a robust Democratic challenge.

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6. Duncan Hunter prepares for sixth term with well-defined goals, ill-defined future.

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7. Duncan Hunter faces a 29-year-old, first-time Democratic opponent Tuesday in a race that has brought attention to Southern California's most.

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8. Duncan Hunter remains in the lead, with 48 percent of voters.

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9. Duncan Hunter represents the 50th District in San Diego County, which has the greatest GOP voter edge over Democrats in Southern California—14 points.

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10. Duncan Hunter said he sent a letter to President Donald Trump saying the troops deployed to stop the migrant caravan should build.

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11. Duncan Hunter was a major supporter of the controversial Mount Soledad cross, clashing with advocates for separation of church and state over the issue.

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12. Duncan Hunter supported death penalty and voted against legislation to restrict its use.

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13. Duncan Hunter opposed embryonic stem cell research, and voted against the Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act of 2005.

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14. Duncan Hunter voted with a majority of the Republicans 88.7 percent of the time.

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15. In the Iowa caucuses Duncan Hunter finished in seventh place with 524 votes, or one percent of the total.

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16. Duncan Hunter formally announced his presidential candidacy in Spartanburg, South Carolina, on January 25, 2007.

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17. Duncan Hunter became ranking member of the committee when Democrats took control of the House in 2007.

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18. Duncan Hunter became chairman of the House Armed Services Committee in 2002.

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19. Duncan Hunter was re-elected with 65 percent of the vote, a 33-point margin over Rinaldi.

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20. Duncan Hunter worked farming and construction jobs to supplement his income while finishing his degree.

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21. Duncan Hunter was the chairman of the House Armed Services Committee during the 108th and 109th Congress.

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