Longtime GOP congressman calling it quits

(FOX NEWS) — Longtime Pennsylvania Rep. Charlie Dent announced in April that he would resign from Congress “in the coming weeks” instead of serving out the rest of his term in Congress.

The Republican said last year that he planned to retire from Congress in 2018 instead of seeking re-election. Dent, who has served in Congress since 2005, said on April 17 that he decided “to leave Congress in the coming weeks” after discussions with family members.



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