Republican Virginia state Sen. Jen Kiggans beat two-term Democratic Rep.

Why it matters: The Virginia Beach-anchored district, which was rated as a toss-up by Cook Political Report, was a focus of the GOP’s push to win back the House.

Likewise with Gov. Glenn Youngkin's success last year, Kiggans' triumph again shows conservatives can win in moderate regions by avoiding previous President Trump at all costs.

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The higher perspective: The race set two Naval force veterans in opposition to one another in a military-weighty locale that turned out to be somewhat better for conservatives when it was redrawn last year.

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Like most Conservatives, Kiggans underscored monetary issues all through the mission, endeavoring to attach Luria to President Biden and expansion.

Luria, in the mean time, zeroed in on her help for fetus removal privileges notwithstanding what she has called "the continuous danger to American majority rule government."

Foundation: Luria, a previous Naval force leader who served on the House council researching the lethal Jan. 6 uprising at the Legislative hall

pointedly scrutinized Kiggans during their most memorable discussion for declining to upbraid scheme scholars in the Conservative Association.

"I'm not your competitor on the off potential for success that you have with insurrectionists," Luria said, per the Virginia Mercury. Later in the discussion, Kiggans