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Davis Discusses Democrats' Impeachment Inquiry

U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis (R-Ill.) today discussed impeachment and released this statement regarding latest updates from Democrats' impeachment inquiry: “This is a complete failure of Democratic leadership and an embarrassment to the institution. Not only will we not address infrastructure, student loan debt, prescription drug costs or any o...

Former Secretary LaHood: Avoid Impeachment Like the Plague

U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis (R-Ill.), at a Select Committee on Modernization hearing, discussed impeachment with former congressman and Obama transportation secretary what advice he would give members of Congress who want to get legislation passed in the midst of impeachment. Then-Congressman Ray LaHood, who chaired impeachment proceedings of ...

Davis Announces Upcoming Open Office Hours

U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis (R-Ill.) today announced upcoming Open Office Hours in Monticello, Taylorville, Clinton, and Hardin. He will meet with constituents individually or in small groups about issues important to them. In 2019 Davis has held 7 Open Office Hours and 2 Open Government Nights covering 9 different counties. Throughout his ten...


ICYMI: Great to see Bridgestone Tires continue to invest in their Normal plant and hire more workers. Congrats to Monty Greutman and the whole team on their growth. "Greutman said Bridgestone has surpassed initial estimates of hiring 30 additional employees. He says the plant is approaching 500 workers now." Cc: McLean County Chamber of Commerce, Bloomington-Normal Economic Development Council

Today is “National Move Over Day.” Earlier this year I took to the House floor to encourage drivers to #slowdown and #moveover.

I went to the House floor this week to honor a friend and beloved member of the Springfield community. Wes Barr impacted many through his career in law enforcement and charity work. In every aspect of his life, Wes put others before himself. Words cannot describe how much he will be missed.


Republicans and Democrats Team Up for Congressional Football Game

photo Co-captains U.S. Reps. Rodney Davis (R-Ill.) and Jimmy Panetta (D-Calif.) discuss the importance of the Congressional Football Game for Charity. Members of Congress, on both sides of the aisle, team up to play the Capitol Police in the 2019 Congressional Football Game for Charity.