Q&A with Representative Charlie Rangel
Representative Rangel was elected to the House in 1970, unseating Representative Adam Clayton Powell (D-NY).
Representatives Charles Rangel (D-NY) talked about his more than 40 years in the House, as well as his life before entering public office. Mr. Rangel had recently won the Democratic party primary in his New York City district, but decided that if he were to win re-election in November 2014, it would be his last term in Congress.
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