Ben Cline

Sixth District Perspectives with Congressman Ben Cline – June 23, 2022

In yet another 40-year high, inflation hit 8.6%, gas prices hover around $5 per gallon, consumer confidence is nearing historic lows, and interest rates saw the highest single increase since 1994. More signs are pointing toward a recession, and everyday goods and services are costing more or are simply not available. Yet this week Congress debated infrastructure for flying cars rather than deal with shrinking paychecks.
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Congressman Ben Cline wins 6th District Republican nomination

Statement from Congressman Ben Cline after he defeated Merritt Hale for the 6th District Republican Nomination: What a great night for Virginia and for our shared conservative values. I am so grateful to the Republican voters of Virginia’s Sixth District who have asked me to continue fighting for life, liberty and the Constitution as their nominee for the U.S. House of Representatives this November. I want to thank the many volunteers who made calls, knocked doors and worked polling locations for our campaign today. I look forward to continuing our campaign in the months ahead as we discuss the issues with voters and how we can work together to find real solutions to the challenges we face as a Nation.Thank you again for your support. I look forward to seeing you on the campaign trail very soon.
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Incumbent Ben Cline wins 6th district in Republican primary

HARRISONBURG, Va. (WHSV) - Ben Cline has won the Republican nomination for U.S. House in Virginia’s 6th Congressional District, according to the Associated Press. Cline has served in Congress since 2019. Tuesday night, he told WHSV he is honored the voters chose him as he seeks his third term.

Republican primary results: Ben Cline easily takes nomination for 6th district seat

STAUNTON — Local ballots this fall will once again have Ben Cline’s name on them, as the incumbent won the Republican nomination for Virginia’s 6th Congressional District over challenger Merritt Hale by a wide margin on Tuesday. Cline was first elected in 2018 and took office the following January, and has served in the U.S. House of Representatives since then. He will run against Waynesboro local Jennifer Lewis in the November election. ...