PRESIDENT Joe Biden tapped Marcia Fudge to run the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
President Biden chose Fudge to run the Housing Department on December 10, 2020. She appeared before the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs on January 28, 2021.
Who is Marcia Fudge?
Born October 29, 1952, Marcia Fudge is an American politician who has been the US Representative for Ohio’s 11th congressional district since 2008.
She won the 2008 special election uncontested, after her the death of Stephanie Tubbs Jones on August 20, 2008.
Fudge is a member of the Democratic party, and is the former chair of the Congressional Black Caucus.
She is also a member of the House Agriculture Committee and Committee on Education and Labor.
Is Fudge married?
Fudge is not married and has never publicly stated that she is in a relationship with anyone.
The 68-year-old US Representative does not have any children.
What did Fudge say about her new role on the Biden administration?
Fudge’s new role will entail advising Biden on all issues regarding housing, including policy advocating for affordable housing, homeownership and against housing discrimination.
Fudge called it “an honor and a privilege” to be asked to join Biden’s cabinet.
“It is something in probably my wildest dreams I would have never thought about. So if I can help this president in any way possible, I am more than happy to do it,” she said at the time.
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