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Rep. Charles B. Rangel (D-N.Y.)

  • District: 13th District, Northern Manhattan -- Harlem; part of the Bronx
  • Residence: Manhattan
  • Born: June 11, 1930; Manhattan, N.Y.
  • Religion: Roman Catholic
  • Family: Wife, Alma Rangel; two children
  • Education: New York U., B.S. 1957; St. John's U., LL.B. 1960
  • Military Service: Army 1948-52
  • Political Highlights: Assistant U.S. attorney, 1961-62; N.Y. Assembly, 1967-71; sought Democratic nomination for N.Y. City Council president, 1969; U.S. House, 1971-present
  • Elected: Elected: 1970 (22nd term)
  • Committee Assignments: Ways & Means (Trade - Ranking Member); Joint Taxation
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State Information: 13th District, Northern Manhattan -- Harlem; part of the Bronx

Election History
Year Election Candidate Votes Percent
2012 general (NY-13 representative) Charles Rangel (D, WFM) 175,016 90.8%
Craig Schley (R) 12,147 6.3%
Deborah Liatos (SW) 5,548 2.9%
2010 general (NY-15 representative) Charles Rangel (D) 91,225 80.2%
Michel Faulkner (R) 11,754 10.3%
Craig Schley (INDC) 7,803 6.9%
Roger Calero (SW) 2,647 2.3%
write-ins (WRI) 257 0.2%
2008 general (NY-15 representative) Charles Rangel (D, WFM) 177,060 89.2%
Edward Daniels (R) 15,668 7.9%
Craig Schley (VPC) 3,706 1.9%
Martin Koppel (SW) 2,141 1.1%
2006 general (NY-15 representative) Charles Rangel (D, WFM) 103,916 94%
Edward Daniels (R) 6,592 6%
2004 general (NY-15 representative) Charles Rangel (D, WFM) 161,351 91.1%
Kenneth Jefferson (R) 12,355 7%
Jessie Fields (INDC) 3,345 1.9%
2002 general (NY-15 representative) Charles Rangel (D, WFM) 84,367 88.5%
Jessie Fields (R, INDC) 11,008 11.5%
2000 general (NY-15 representative) Charles Rangel (D, L, WFM) 130,161 91.9%
Jose Suero (R) 7,346 5.2%
Dean Loren (GREEN) 2,134 1.5%
Jessie Fields (INDC) 1,051 0.7%
Frank Valle (C) 492 0.4%
Scott Jeffrey (LIBERT) 480 0.3%
1998 general (NY-15 representative) Charles B. Rangel (D, L) 90,424 93.1%
David E. Cunningham (R) 5,633 5.8%
Patrick McManus (C) 1,082 1.1%
1996 general (NY-15 representative) Charles B. Rangel (D, L) 113,898 91.3%
Edward R. Adams (R) 5,951 4.8%
Ruben Dario Vargas (C, INDC) 3,896 3.1%
Jose Suero (RTL) 989 0.8%
1994 general (NY-15 representative) Charles B. Rangel (D, L) 77,830 96.5%
Jose Suero (RTL, IF) 2,812 3.5%
1992 general (NY-15 representative) Charles B. Rangel (D) 105,011 94.9%
Jose A. Suero (C, INF) 4,345 3.9%
Jessie Fields (NA) 1,337 1.2%
1990 general (NY-16 representative) Charles B. Rangel (D, R, L) 55,882 97%
Alvaader Frazier (NA) 1,592 3%
1988 general (NY-16 representative) Charles B. Rangel (D) 107,620 97%
Michael Liccione (C) 1,779 2%
Taylor (NA) 1,451 1%
1986 general (NY-16 representative) Charles B. Rangel (D) 61,262 96%
1984 general (NY-16 representative) Charles B. Rangel (D) 117,759 97%
1982 general (NY-16 representative) Charles B. Rangel (D) 76,626 97%
1980 general (NY-19 representative) Charles B. Rangel (D, R, L) 84,062 96%
1978 general (NY-19 representative) Charles B. Rangel (D, R, L) 59,731 96%
1976 general (NY-19 representative) Charles B. Rangel (D, R, L) 91,672 97%
1974 general (NY-19 representative) Charles B. Rangel (D, R, L) 63,146 97%
1972 general (NY-19 representative) Charles B. Rangel (D, R) 104,427 96%
1970 general (NY-18 representative) Charles B. Rangel (D, R) 52,651 87%
Vote For President
Year Democrat Republican Independent
2012 Barack Obama: 95% Mitt Romney: 5%
2008 Barack Obama: 94% John McCain: 6%

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