Rep. John Sarbanes (D‑MD) announced Thursday that he is not seeking reelection for what would have been his 10th term.
Sarbanes will finish his term in 2024 after 18 years in the House. His late father, Paul, at one point held the record for the longest-serving senator for Maryland. Sen. Ben Cardin (D‑MD), who replaced him in 2006, is also not seeking reelection in 2024, which left many to speculate that the junior Sarbanes would take his place.
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Announcing today that I won’t be running for reelection in 2024. There are many ways to serve. It will be 18 years doing that in Congress, but looking forward to a new chapter of service. Still have 14 months left in my term and will finish strong. See my statement here ⬇️
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