Congressman Aaron Schock (IL-18)

Congressman Schock on WEEK'S "Live at 5" News Program
  • Statement regarding TV ad running in the 18th District inaccurately stating Rep. Schock's voting record

    This blatantly false ad--from an out-of-state organization--distorts Congressman Schock’s strong record, which is founded on the principles of economic growth and deficit reduction. This ad misrepresents Congressman Schock's vote which cut taxes by $3.92 trillion over 10 years & permanently extended the middle-class tax relief that originated under President Bush in 2001
  • Schock Addresses The Rotary Club of Peoria

    Infrastructure, agriculture, education and debt control were outlined by U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock as priorities for the upcoming year on the local and national levels. Schock was the keynote speaker at the Rotary Club of Downtown Peoria on Jan. 11 to a crowd of about 100.
  • Schock Visits Behr Iron and Metal Recycling

    Congressman Schock visited the Behr Iron and Metal Recycling facility in Peoria on Friday, January 11th. Behr Iron & Metal (Behr) operates solely in the metal recycling industry. Behr buys, processes and sells scrap metals sourced from industry, obsolete materials, plant tear-downs, construction and other sources.
  • Schock Visits Alma Mater, Richwoods High School in Peoria

    Today, Congressman Schock paid a visit to his alma mater, Richwoods High School. While on campus, Aaron spoke to the government class. Aaron is pictured here with Stephen Johnson, a student at Richwoods H.S. and a recent nominee to the U.S. Naval Academy.
  • Spending is the Problem

    At $16 trillion and climbing (more than $50,000 for every American), our national debt is a drag on our economy and a threat to our future. The national debt stood at around $10 trillion when President Obama took office, a 60% increase! For 4 straight years, under the Obama Administration, the country has run a yearly deficit of over $1 trillion.