Rep. Ted Deutch submits resignation letter, effective close of business Friday

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Rep. Ted Deutch (D-Fla.) officially submitted his resignation letter on Friday, as he leaves Congress to go lead the American Jewish Committee. Deutch, who first began serving in Congress in 2010, announced in February that he was leaving the lower chamber to become CEO of the American Jewish Committee, an advocacy organization.
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Rep. Ted Deutch submits resignation letter, effective close of business Friday

Rep. Ted Deutch (D-Fla.) officially submitted his resignation letter on Friday, as he leaves Congress to go lead the American Jewish Committee. Deutch, who first began serving in Congress in 2010, announced in February that he was leaving the lower chamber to become CEO of the American Jewish Committee, an advocacy organization. The Florida Democrat’s…

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Ted Deutch resigns from Congress to join the American Jewish Committee

U.S. Rep. Ted Deutch has resigned from Congress, marking an early end to his congressional career after more than 12 years in the House.Deutch, a Boca Raton Democrat, had announced his decision against seeking re-election in February. Deutch had planned to resign when the House recessed for the coming election to become the CEO of the American Jewish Committee.With the close of business Friday, the House is expected to be in recess until mid-Nov…

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Florida Democratic Rep. Ted Deutch Resigning at Close of Business Friday

Early departure had previously been announced; Deutch is taking a job as CEO of the American Jewish Committee

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