November 3, 2010 by USA Post
Barney Frank, BOSTON – USA Rep. Barney Frank, a favorite target of conservatives, going back to Washington for a period of 16 after hitting one of the toughest reelection campaigns in his nearly three decades in office.
Massachusetts voters rejected a challenge from GOP political newcomer Sean Bielat (BEE’-LAT).
Frank, chairman of the Financial Services Committee, had become one of the most powerful Democrats on Capitol Hill, while grazing in the initiative to reform Wall Street and the financial broader nation through projects regulatory legislation in the House.
That role helped make 70 years of age, a lightning rod for conservatives. The Republicans gave hundreds of thousands of dollars to Bielat, a businessman of 35 years-old former U.S. Marine.
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