LaTourette confirms it: He's leaving Congress

LaTourette confirms it: He's leaving Congress

Painesville : OH : USA | Jul 31, 2012 at 11:03 AM PDT
Source: The Columbus Dispatch
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Rep. Steve LaTourette of Bainbridge Township today formally announced his retirement from Congress effective the end of this term, giving party leaders in northern Ohio just days to replace him on the fall ballot. LaTourette, 58, made the announcement at his 14th Congressional District... FULL ARTICLE AT The Columbus Dispatch
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