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Rep. James Traficant, D-Ohio, faces many changes now that he has been expelled from the House for accepting money and free labor in exchange for favors. Expelled Rep. James Traficant's seat in Congress will remain vacant through the end of the year because a special election to fill it would be too expensive and too complicated, Ohio Gov. Bob Taft announced Thursday. James Traficant became the second U.S. House member to be kicked out since the Civil War, after his colleagues voted 420-1 to expel him on Wednesday. The nine-term Ohio Democrat was convicted of federal corruption charges in April. Traficant has said he is the victim of a vendetta by federal prosecutors. In an impassioned final speech, Traficant declared, Angry and confrontational to the end, Rep. James Traficant on Wednesday accused House ethics panel lawyers of lying, the federal government of a vendetta and the jury that convicted him of not liking him because of his attitude.Possessed of wild hair and even wilder expressions, U.S. Rep. James Traficant -- a former sheriff, embattled lawmaker and convicted felon -- is many things. Boring is not one of them. 
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