John Dingell

7:37 am
Wed February 26, 2014

Debbie Dingell to Announce Run for Her Husband's Seat in Congress

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John Dingell announced on Monday that he won't seek another term in the House
Debbie Dingell, a prominent Democrat and wife of long-time retiring Rep. John Dingell, will announce Friday in Michigan she is running for Congress, The Detroit News has a learned.
8:19 am
Tue February 25, 2014

Dingell and Levin Stepping Down Changes Michigan's Clout in Washington

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Republican members of Michigan's delegation, including West Michigan Representative Fred Upton hold key positions in the House
Washington The retirements of Rep. John Dingell the longest-serving member of Congress in U.S. history and Michigans senior senator, Carl Levin, promise to reshape the states political clout and pose a challenge to the states shrinking congressional delegation.
9:08 am
Mon February 24, 2014

Longest Serving Member of U.S. House, Michigan Democrat John Dingell Won't Seek Re-election

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Dingell first came to Congress after he won a special election in 1955. This is his 29th full term in the U.S. House
John Dingell, longest serving U.S. representative, to retire The Dearborn Democrat who replaced his father in the House some 58 years ago and became one of the most powerful members of Congress ever, will step down after this year, capping a career unmatched.
2:27 pm
Sun February 16, 2014

Longest Serving U.S. House Member, Dingell, Expected to Announce Election Year Plans Soon

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87 year old John Dingell broke the record last year as longest-serving U.S. House member in history
When local Democratic leaders huddled Thursday night at a Downriver UAW hall, they prepared for what has been the norm for more than a half century: supporting John Dingells run for Congress. Dingell has been the voice for southeast Michigan in Washington since his congressman father died in 1955; the Dearborn Democrat hasnt lost any of his 29 re-elections since.
7:19 am
Mon June 3, 2013

Michigan's John Dingell will become longest-serving member of Congress this week

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Dingell will surpass the late Robert Byrd on Friday as longest-serving member of Congress ever
He might have been on K Street, pulling down a huge salary lobbying folks he used to work with in Congress.