Saturday, June 30, 2012

Charlie rangel

  • NEW YORK — It's been four days since Charlie Rangel's primary. And it's still not entirely clear who won. The veteran Democratic congressman might be the winner in New York's 13th District, but no one really knows.
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  • Longtime Congress members Charlie Rangel and Orrin Hatch have survived their respective primary challenges, the first competitive races for both candidates in many years.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • Assemblyman Keith L. T. Wright, a co-chairman of the state Democratic Party, predicted that Mr. Rangel would serve indefinitely in Congress, saying, "Charlie Rangel might be the Strom Thurmond of Harlem.
  • (New York Times)
  • Congressman Charles Rangel made it through a tough primary fight on his way to a 22nd term in the House.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Tuesday's New York primary could finally bring speculation concerning the race in Harlem's 15th Congressional district to an end. Veteran congressman Charlie Rangel (D-NY) has certain advantages that could help him keep his seat.
  • (The Grio)
  • NEW YORK — In the heart of East Harlem on Saturday, the stage is set for Democratic Rep. Charlie Rangel. Salsa and reggaeton beats from huge speakers pulse through the air at the 116th Street Festival.
  • (Roll Call Online)
  • New York Democratic Rep. Charlie Rangel told The Daily Caller that the individual health insurance mandate within President Barack Obama's health care reform law is not a tax but a "fee for services.
  • (Daily Caller)
  • "Rangel's name is not spoken much around this Dominican- dominated neighborhood," said Gonzalez, who is of Puerto Rican descent. "I love Charlie, he's done a lot of good, but I also believe in new blood coming in.
  • (Bloomberg)
  • NEW YORK - It was his 82nd birthday, and Rep. Charles B. Rangel faced a large cake flickering with candles and a roomful of people urging him to blow them out.
  • (Boston Herald)

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