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    Thank you for visiting the World Wide Web Site for the 15th Congressional District of Illinois.  It is my hope that the information contained in these pages is helpful and informative to you.  Should you have any questions that this site cannot answer, please contact me at your convenience as my offices are here to serve you.

Press Releases

  • U.S. Rep. Johnson Statement on Unemployment Report

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Rep. Timothy V. Johnson today expressed dismay a the latest unemployment report, with the nation's jobless rate rising to 9.8 percent while the lame-duck Congress on Thursday voted to raise taxes on small businesses.

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  • U.S. Rep. Johnson Joins Members in Seeking Afghan Exit

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Rep. Timothy V. Johnson today signed on to a bipartisan letter opposing a troop presence in Afghanistan through 2014.

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  • U.S. Rep. Johnson Hails Earmark Ban

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Rep. Timothy V. Johnson today joined the rest of the Republican caucus in committing to a ban on earmarks in the 112th Congress. House and Senate Republicans agreed to the historic ban by unanimous consent.

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  • U.S. Rep. Johnson Reacts to Leadership Elections

    Washington, D.C. – U.S. Rep. Timothy V. Johnson issued the following statement after Congressional Democrats reelected Nancy Pelosi as their leader for the 112th Congress, despite the defections of 43 Democrats and an agenda that was resoundingly rejected by the American electorate.

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  • U.S. Rep. Johnson Seeks FutureGen Investigation

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Rep. Timothy V. Johnson today sought to enlist a House investigatory committee in examining the causes for the U.S. Department of Energy withdrawing its support for FutureGen in Mattoon, and reconfiguring the project without consultation with Congress and the FutureGen Alliance.

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Photo Gallery

Summer 2009 Interns

Summer 2009 Interns
Tim, his Chief of Staff Jerry Clarke, and the 2009 Summer interns.

Speaking in the District

Speaking in the District
Tim addressing a crowd back in Illinois. Constituents have always been Tim's focus.

Tim & State Rep. Dan Brady

Tim & State Rep. Dan Brady
Meeting with local leaders in Illinois and Washington helps keep Tim up to date with the district

Capitol Meeting

Capitol Meeting
Tim meeting with constituents in the Rayburn Room of the Capitol

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