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The longest-sitting U.s. Congressman's death: more than 59 years in House, served under eleven presidents
In the United States, the former Democratic politician John Dingell at the age of 92 died, so reporting the American media. He was 59 years and 22 days in the House of Representatives, from 1955 to 2015. He is the longest serving Congressman ever.

The death of Dingell, his wife Debbie Dingell, also a member of the House of Representatives for the Democrats, announced. The nineties and passed away at home in Dearborn (Michigan). "He will be remembered for decades of public service, his razor-sharp mind and a lifetime of dedication to improving the lives of everyone on earth," said Debbie Dingell.

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During his period in Congress had John Dingell under eleven presidents and he brought 28.551 times his voice. He was almost 58 years in the committee on Energy and Commerce, and was also for over 15 years.

When Dingell announced that he in 2015 would quit active politics, announced his wife Debbie her candidacy to her husband as representative from the twelfth district of Michigan in the elections in 2014. On January 3, 2015 followed the now 65-year-old woman and her husband into the House, where she now still resides.

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