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  2. Harold Ford Jr. - Wikipedia

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    Harold Eugene Ford Jr. (born May 11, 1970) is an American financial managing director, pundit, author, and former U.S. congressman who served from 1997–2007 in the United States House of Representatives as a member of the Democratic Party from Tennessee's 9th congressional district, centered in Memphis.

  3. Vindicated Harold Ford Jr. goes after Morgan Stanley | Page Six

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    Harold Ford Jr. is happy he is no longer accused of sexual harassment and is looking forward to taking on Morgan Stanley, which fired him last month for unexplained misconduct. “I am gratified ...

  4. Harold Ford Sr. - Wikipedia

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    Harold Eugene Ford Sr. (born May 20, 1945) is an American politician and Democratic former member of the United States House of Representatives representing the Memphis, Tennessee area for 11 terms—from 1975 until his retirement in 1997.

  5. The latest Tweets from Harold Ford, Jr. (@HFord2): "Our mvp&fav’s birthday, emily “the boss” Ford thank you mommy for caring for,loving,believing in&keeping things right in our house - happy birthday baby!!!

  6. Harold Ford Jr

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    Harold Ford Jr. served as a Democratic congressman for the 9th congressional district of Tennessee for five terms. He filled the same congressional seat as his father, Harold Ford Sr., held for over 20 years.

  7. Exclusive: Former Congressman Harold Ford Jr. Fired For ...

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    A woman who was interviewed as part of the company’s HR probe separately told HuffPost that Ford harassed her one evening in Manhattan several years ago. Former Democratic Congressman Harold ...

  8. The investment bank Morgan Stanley said Thursday that it had severed its ties with former Rep. Harold Ford Jr., a managing director at the bank, citing an accusation of misconduct.

  9. A Wall St. Executive’s Downfall Seemed Sudden. It Was Years ...

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    Harold E. Ford Jr., a former five-term representative from Tennessee who joined Morgan Stanley in 2011, acknowledged facing flak over his expense account and treatment of assistants but said his ...

  10. Board and History - Partnership for Public Service

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    In 2001, Samuel J. Heyman founded the Partnership for Public Service to revitalize the federal civil service. Since that time the Partnership has worked to restore pride in government service and to attract the country’s most talented, intelligent and committed workers to serve the American people.