From mob target to Congress?

Cleveland megadealer Tom Ganley won his Republican primary race last week for a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. And Ganley's backstory is attracting attention on the campaign trail.

In the 1990s, Ganley spent two years under protection by the FBI during an investigation into organized crime in Cleveland. The mob bosses bribing Ganley put out a $1 million contract on him and his family.

Ganley and one of the former FBI agents involved in the investigation talk about the case on the Fox News show Huckabee. Take a look:

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