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Enyart ‘doubles down’ on attack against military chaplains

Bost Campaign, Bill Sponsor and 12th District Call For Apology FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE     July 14, 2014/rd CARBONDALE, IL – This past weekend, Congressman Bill Enyart doubled down on his vote against military chaplains, according to comments he made in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Enyart said that his’ proudest moment in Congress was when… Read more »


Regional employers and economic experts to assist with pro-growth policy FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                 July 10, 2014/rd CARBONDALE, IL  – In a response to southwestern Illinois struggling jobs numbers, Congressional Candidate Mike Bost (R-Murphysboro) announced a broad-based small business coalition of support. “Job creation and retention is the main concern on the minds of southern Illinois… Read more »

So, that’s a no then?

Bill Enyart’s campaign gives vague response to debate challenge Unanswered questions remain: Will Bill Enyart agree to a debate in every county? Will Bill Enyart agree to debates starting in July? CARBONDALE, IL – Yesterday, Mike Bost publicly called on first-term Congressman Bill Enyart to agree to a series of public debates – one in… Read more »

Mike Bost challenges Bill Enyart to debates, beginning in July

Voters should have opportunity to attend a debate in each of the 12 counties CARBONDALE, IL – Mike Bost is calling on first-term Congressman Bill Enyart (IL-12) to a public debate in each county that encompasses Illinois’ 12th Congressional District, beginning in July on a day when Congress isn’t in session. “The issues facing our… Read more »

Politico: National Republican Congressional Committee set for big ad buy

by John Bresnahan House Republicans are prepared to “go on offense” this fall as the National Republican Congressional Committee has set aside more than $18 million for ads in 17 Democratic-held districts, according to GOP officials. Overall, the NRCC’s “independent expenditure” program will top $30 million in TV ads, the officials said. Sensing Democratic vulnerability… Read more »