- GOP Rep Don Young died at the age of 88.
- He was the longest-serving GOP member of the House in history – he has been elected since 1973
GOP Rep Don Young has passed away at the age of 88.
He was elected in 1973 and has been the longest elected GOP Rep in history.
BREAKING: Alaska’s sole congressional representative, Don Young, dies at 88. Young is the Republican Party's longest-serving member of the House and of Congress in history, having represented Alaska's at-large congressional district since 1973. pic.twitter.com/C6MrmcSPNh
— THE BIAS (@thebias_news) March 19, 2022
Alaska U.S. Rep. Don Young has died, former aides said on Friday. Details were not immediately available.
Young, a Republican, had served in Congress since 1973, when he was sworn in after winning a special election.
Young was the longest-serving member of the U.S. House, was in his 25th term and running for a 26th.
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