After winning his 23rd and final term, Rangel needs to start picking his replacement, fans say.
Beneath the surface of the racially charged campaign are common issues and goals, pundits said.
Melissa Mark-Viverito and Inez Dickens are positioning themselves for City Council Speaker.
The pair have taken shots at one another during the Democratic Primary for the Central Harlem seat.
Dickens says Morgan has no record, while Morgan criticized Dickens for not doing enough.
The Empire State Development Corporation says it will examine Columbia's hiring records.
The race for the 13th congressional district just got less crowded.
The group was formed in 2009 but has come under scrutiny for its practices.
The West Harlem Local Development Corporation is still facing calls to dissolve.
The board says it has "no confidence" in the West Harlem Local Development Corporation which is being investigated by the State Attorney General.
Vincent Morgan and Adam Clayton Powell IV join forces to criticize the community benefits agreement of Columbia University's $6.4 billion Manhattanville campus expansion.
The West Harlem Local Development Corporation, the focus of an investigation by Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, has spent more on consultants than programming.
Borough President Scott Stringer is trying to stop the group handling the $150 million Columbia University community benefits agreement with West Harlem to stop disbursing funds and reorganize.
Vince Morgan, a candidate for the Congressional seat held by Charlie Rangel, said the West Harlem Development Corp. is a "shell of an organization" incapable of accomplishing its goals.
Joyce Johnson accused Charles Rangel of avoiding questions from his challengers.
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