BUFFALO, N.Y. — U.S. Rep. Brian Higgins, D-N.Y., will depart Congress in February after 19 years, a spokeswoman confirmed Sunday.
The Buffalo-area Democrat is scheduled to carry a mid-morning information convention.
In an interview with the Buffalo Information printed Sunday, Higgins mentioned he had develop into annoyed with the Home.
“Congress shouldn’t be the establishment I got here to 19 years in the past,” Higgins advised the newspaper. As you already know, the state of affairs could be very dangerous now. I hope, as all the time, that issues will get higher. “However sadly, I feel we’re within the early phases of the decline within the establishment’s status.”
He didn’t instantly say what he would do subsequent.
The announcement comes two days after Republican Consultant Brad Wenstrup of Ohio introduced that he won’t search re-election subsequent yr.
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