Meet Congresswoman Marcia Fudge, seeking re-election in Ohio's 11th District

CLEVELAND - REp. Marcia Fudge is the Democratic candidate running for re-election to Ohio's 11th Congressional District.

Fudge is seeking her third term to District 11, which includes most of downtown Cleveland, as well as many of the eastern suburbs of Cuyahoga County, including Beachwood, Euclid, Cleveland Heights and Shaker Heights.

Congresswoman Fudge does not have an opponent on the ballot in November, all but guaranteeing her re-election.  Knowing this, we asked Fudge a set of question pertaining to her time in Congress, and what's on the horizon for her.  We asked the Congresswoman what she would like to accomplish in another term in Washington, as well as the likelihood she be named the next chairperson to the Congressional Black Caucus.

To hear Congresswoman Fudge's answers, click onto the video.

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