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From the archives: Debbie Dingell’s office homage to the longest serving House member — her husband and predecessor, John

By Roll Call Staff

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Former Rep. John Dingell, D-Michigan, died Thursday at 92. He served over 59 years in Congress, and his legacy lives on in the historical and sentimental objects he collected over the years. Back in October 2015, Roll Call visited the office of Rep. Debbie Dingell, D-Mich., who was elected in 2014 to her husband’s seat. As part of our Office Space series, Dingell showed us many objects of Michigan pride, the desk that once belonged to her husband and his father and many signed photos with presidents.

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