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Can a Felon Make a Congressional Comeback? What to Watch in New York’s 11th District Primary

By Bridget Bowman and Bian Elkhatib

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Former Rep. Michael Grimm, R-N.Y., resigned from Congress in 2015 after being charged with tax fraud. He served eight months in prison and is now running for Congress in the same district. He’s challenging Rep. Dan Donovan, R-N.Y., in the GOP primary on Tuesday. Senior political reporter Bridget Bowman breaks down what to watch for in this competitive race.

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