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Tim Bishop Defends His Seat In Congress

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authorShaye Weaver on Oct 27, 2014
Incumbent Tim Bishop, 64, Democrat:Mr. Bishop hails from Southampton and has served as a U.S. Representative since 2003. He graduated from Southampton High School and earned a bachelor’s degree in... more

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