|Name||Aaron J. Schock|
|Address||222 W. Detweiller Dr. |
Peoria, Illinois 61615, United States
|| May 28, 1981
Feb 06, 2015 04:19pm
Conservative - Pro- gun - Pro-Bush Tax Cuts - Single - Disputed -
|Info||Aaron Jon Schock |
Legislative assignments: Committees on Transportation & Infrastructure, Small Business, Oversight and Government Reform
United States Congress
Congressman Aaron Schock (R-IL), 28, is the youngest member of Congress and represents the 18th District of Illinois.
Immediately upon taking office, his colleagues expressed their faith in his abilities by appointing him to the coveted Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure. He was also the only Republican freshman selected to serve on the influential Highways and Transit Subcommittee which is charged with drafting the five-year highway bill due for reauthorization this year.
Schock also received a seat on the Small Business Committee along with designation as the Ranking Member of the Contracting and Technology Subcommittee.
House Republican Leadership also issued Schock a waiver to serve on a third committee and he was appointed to the Oversight and Government Reform Committee.
Finally, Schock was chosen by Leadership to serve as a Deputy Republican Whip.
In his first two weeks in office, Schock succeeded in having an amendment adopted by the House mandating a web site to track the TARP (bailout) funds as part of the TARP Reform and Accountability Act of 2009.
In the Illinois Legislature, Schock succeeded in passing 18 substantive bills he sponsored, several of which were hailed as "landmark reforms" when they were signed into law.
Schock also developed a reputation for outstanding constituent service, having helped thousands of constituents solve problems beyond their ability to cope.
Schock shared the 2007 award with then-Senator Barack Obama from the Illinois Committee for Honest Government for his “Outstanding Legislative and Constituent Service.”
Schock got off to a fast start in the Illinois House by being appointed to serve on five committees, including rare service on two separate appropriations committees. His committee assignments were: Elementary and Secondary Appropriations; Human Services Appropriations; Veteran’s Affairs; Financial Services; and Environment and Energy.
Upon graduation from college, Schock secured investors and started a small business in Peoria. He later served as Director of Development for Petersen Companies of Peoria. Schock purchased his first piece of real estate at age 18, and continues to manage his real estate investments today.
Before coming to Congress, Aaron Schock began his public service by serving in the Peoria School board when he was 19 years old.
At 22, his school board colleagues voted to make Schock vice president of the board and a year later they voted unanimously to make him board president of one of the largest school districts in Illinois.
Schock began working after school jobs in his early teens. By the time he was in high school he was working a substantial number of hours per week at a gravel pit and invested nearly all of it. With these earnings he was able to purchase his first piece of real estate at age 18 and bought and sold investment properties. He also bought his own home which he and his brother renovated on Melbourne Avenue in one of Peoria’s older neighborhoods.
Aaron Schock graduated from Richwoods High School and Rolling Acres Middle School in Peoria. He then graduated from Bradley University in Peoria with a B.S. in Finance (a four year degree) in only two years.
|Sun Mar 15 13:15:57 +0000 2015 - working chow line @ILFarmBureau Farmer's Share of the Food Dollar Breakfast. This yr: $0.85 cents & 1,800 served http://t.co/9igqX13aF8|
Sat Mar 14 18:46:09 +0000 2015 - In Jacksonville for Rotary w/my friend Dick Johnson a Congressional Gold Medal recipient Montford Point Marine #Oorah http://t.co/q6jdUKDTwA
Fri Mar 13 04:22:59 +0000 2015 - RT @mooreforquincy: At Grown N' Gathered, a local grocery store in downtown Quincy with @aaronschock. Lots going on in the District! http:/…
Thu Mar 12 10:32:21 +0000 2015 - Sharing some laughs w/Peoria Lion's Club members before addressing their group. Lion's is oldest service org in world http://t.co/kUxQpwqyfb
Wed Mar 11 23:21:04 +0000 2015 - Fantastic ?s from the Jr and Sr Olympia High School Class students. Federal debt, Common Core, Israel #readytovote http://t.co/lEBzRSg0K4
Wed Mar 11 18:26:26 +0000 2015 - Enjoyed hearing from our 5 outstanding Republican candidates for Peoria City Council early Vote March 23 until Apr 4 http://t.co/Q82zpoKcXN
Wed Mar 11 03:57:19 +0000 2015 - Great discussion on congress and the constitution with 8th grade class at Mark Bills Middle School #futureleaders http://t.co/rh5Cu7kCcc
Tue Mar 10 12:38:08 +0000 2015 - Learning from the guys on the line @DESTIHLbrewery who has grown from startup to 165 employees in 7 yrs. #buylocal http://t.co/RKsAXHwgF2
Mon Mar 02 23:13:01 +0000 2015 - RT @soledadobrien: Cong. @AaronSchock at the Global Poverty Hearing: He's "committed to bi-partisan muscle when it's time to... help end gl…
Fri Feb 27 23:22:48 +0000 2015 - RT @Wilderness: Thx @RodneyDavis @aaronschock @RepKinzinger for recognizing need to preserve history in Pullman Natl Monument! http://t.co/…