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Sen. Patrick Leahy announces he won't run for re-election

Democratic U.S. Sen. Patrick Leahy of Vermont is set to make an announcement about his political future on Monday.
2 months ago

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Sen. Patrick Leahy announces he won't run for re-election

The Vermont Democrat, chair of the Appropriations Committee and Senate president pro tempore, will retire after serving for 46 years.

2 months ago|Los Angeles, United States
USA Today
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Vermont Sen. Patrick Leahy won’t seek reelection

Democratic Sen. Patrick Leahy of Vermont says he will not seek reelection to the seat he has held for eight terms. (Nov. 15)

2 months ago|United States
Washington Times
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Vermont Democratic Sen. Patrick Leahy won’t seek reelection

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — Democratic Sen. Patrick Leahy of Vermont, the longest-serving member of the Senate, said Monday he will not seek reelection in 2022 to the seat he has held for eight terms.Leahy, 81, said he and his wife, Marcelle, have concluded that “it is time to pass ...

2 months ago|Washington, United States
The Independent
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Patrick Leahy, longest-serving current Senator, to retire

The Senator was elected in 1974 and is chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee.

2 months ago|London, United Kingdom
CNN
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Patrick Leahy, longest serving member who is still serving the Senate, announces he won't seek reelection

Patrick Leahy, a Vermont Democrat and the longest serving US senator still in office, announced Monday he won't seek reelection next year.

2 months ago|Atlanta, United States
abc News
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Democratic Sen Patrick Leahy announces he won't seek reelection

Democratic Sen. Patrick Leahy of Vermont, currently the longest-serving member in the Senate, announced on Monday he won't run for reelection in 2022.

2 months ago|United States
Independent.ie
Independent.ieR

Longest-serving US Senator Patrick Leahy will not seek re-election next year

Democratic Senator Patrick Leahy of Vermont, the longest-serving current member of the US Senate, said he will not seek reelection next year to the seat he has held for eight terms.

2 months ago|Ireland
CNBC
CNBCC

Vermont Democratic Sen. Patrick Leahy won’t seek reelection

Democratic Sen. Patrick Leahy of Vermont, the most senior member of the Senate, said Monday he will not seek reelection in 2022.

2 months ago|United States
Associated Press News
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Sen. Leahy to discuss political future at event in Vermont

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — Democratic U.S. Sen. Patrick Leahy of Vermont is set to make an announcement about his political future on Monday.

2 months ago|United States
New York Times
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Pat Leahy, the Senate’s longest-serving member, announces he will retire.

At age 81, the Vermont Democrat has served in the Senate for nearly half a century.

2 months ago|New York, United States
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62 of these news sources are bias rated
25 lean LEFT
L 40%
C 37%
R 23%
CNN
MSNBC
Politicus USA
USA Today
The Independent
abc News
New York Times
CBS News
The Washington Post
Los Angeles Times
HuffPost
Deadline
Newsweek
NBC News
+12
CNBC
Associated Press News
IBTimes
The Hill
VOA News
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UPI
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Political Wire
KITV4 News
WPLG
+12
Washington Times
Independent.ie
Pioneer Press
Boston Herald
OC Register
justthenews.com
Press Enterprise
house.gov
Alabama Today
The Daily Caller
The Blaze
The Ohio Star
Fox News
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The Gateway Pundit
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