Rep. Charles Rangel listens during a news conference in August 2010 at his Harlem office in New York.
June 25, 2012 Charles Rangel's long career in Congress is at risk in Tuesday's New York primary. He is 82, faces a redrawn district, and is coming off being censured by his colleagues.
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U.S. Communists have been running for office for decades. Above, the Party's presidential ticket in 1936.
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April 23, 2012 Pennsylvania has a long history of electing Republicans to the Senate. Since 1962, the GOP candidate has lost just twice. But Sen. Bob Casey, a Democrat seeking a second term, is a clear favorite for re-election.
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