Yet Another GOP House Rep Heads For The Exit

Politico reports:

House Transportation Chairman Bill Shuster (R-Pa.) announced Tuesday that he’s stepping down at the end of his term, joining the fast-growing wave of GOP lawmakers to head for the exits. Since he is term-limited out of the committee’s chairmanship after three terms, many insiders had speculated that this would be Shuster’s last year in Congress.

With today’s announcement, Shuster joins a long list of Republicans stepping down in 2018, including Aviation Subcommittee Chairman Frank LoBiondo of New Jersey, T&I Committee Vice Chairman John Duncan of Tennessee and committee member Blake Farenthold of Texas.