Former Democratic Congressman Loses His Wall Street Job Over Misconduct Allegations

Politics | Amber Athey
Harold Ford Jr. stands on stage at the Stonewall Democratic Club February 24, 2010 in New York City. (Photo by Chris Hondros/Getty Images)

He’s also a frequent ‘Morning Joe’ guest

'Morning Joe' Panelist: DNC Chair 'Bungled' The 2016 Election

Elections | Steve Guest

Wasserman Schultz ‘antagonized’ the Sanders campaign

What's Joe's Problem With Mika's Dad?

The Mirror | Betsy Rothstein

Uh oh. Watch out!

Scarborough: Trump's Campaign Strategy 'Genius'

Elections | Steve Guest

Trump is ‘so candid and honest and so authentic that people are willing to listen’

A Democrat And A Republican Meet Halfway On Common Core

Education | Blake Neff

‘I think it preserves the right balance’

Resetting the politics’ moral compass

Opinion | Penny Nance

This November, the American people will get their chance this year to elect responsible and moral leaders for this country

Ford not running for Senate - NY Post

Politics | Jeff Winkler (admin)

Tennessee transplant and former U.S. Rep. Harold Ford Jr. has decided not to challenge unelected incumbent Kirsten Gillibrand for her US Senate seat, sources said tonight

Obama is oh for five in attempts to influence Senate races - THE DAILY CALLER

Politics | Jon Ward

Rep. Joe Sestak’s admission that the White House tried to lure him out of a primary challenge to Sen. Arlen Specter made Pennsylvania the fifth state this cycle in which the Obama administration has tried unsuccessfully to clear the field for Democratic senate candidates

Rumble in the Bronx: Ford vs. Gillibrand - Politico

Politics | Mike Riggs

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) and former Tennessee Rep. Harold Ford Jr. (D) exchange barbs as their fights heats up

Harold Ford in two places at once

Politics | AJ

Despite talk about a possible run for the U.S. Senate seat in New York, former Memphis Congressman Harold E. Ford Jr. still lists a condo on South Front Street as his home.

Harold Ford Jr. virtual unknown in New York

Politics | Alex Pappas

Former Tennessee Rep. Harold Ford Jr. may work for Merrill Lynch on Wall Street and be a MSNBC commentator, but that doesn’t mean Democrats in New York know him.

Key Dems Support Ford for New York Senate Seat

| AJ

The Senate primary battles could get a lot more interesting if former Tennessee Democratic Rep. Harold Ford Jr. decides to run for the Senate—in New York.