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John Shimkus

John M. Shimkus of Collinsville represents the 15th Congressional District of Illinois. He won his first election to Congress in 1996, in what was then the 20th District, by a narrow margin over State Representative Jay Hoffman.
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Welcome to the campaign website for Congressman John Shimkus of Illinois.

John is a 19-year veteran of Capitol Hill and a senior member of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce where he brings a free-market approach to the intersection of energy, healthcare and telecommunications policy. He is a staunch pro-life, pro-Second Amendment conservative who fights for lower taxes, less regulation, and greater economic opportunity for all.

Currently, John represents the 15th Congressional District of Illinois and is seeking re-election.

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