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ENG: William Leslie "Bill" Johnson (born November 10, 1954) is the U.S. Representative for Ohio's 6th congressional district. He is a member of the Republican Party. Early life, education, and business career Johnson entered the United States Air Force in 1973, and retired as a Lieutenant Colonel after a distinguished military career of more than 26 years. He graduated Summa Cum Laude from Troy University in Troy, Alabama in 1979, and he earned his Master’s Degree from Georgia Tech in 1984. During his tenure in the U.S. Air Force, Johnson was recognized as a Distinguished Graduate from the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps, Squadron Officers School, and Air Command & Staff College. Bill is also a proud recipient of the Air Force Meritorious Service Medal, the Air ...
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Congressman Bill Johnson visits students


During a whirlwind tour through his constituency of Ohio’s District 6, Congressman Bill Johnson made a special stop at Canfield High School. Johnson spoke to two senior level government classes during his visit, sharing some of his policies and viewpoints regarding local and national leadership. Johnson began with a speech championing what he called American exceptionalism. “Many of the technological advancements we have today are due in part to American inventions and innovations. As your congressman, my policy is to empower individuals to pursue their own goals by ensuring ...


Freshman Congr. Bill JohnsonFaces Challenge in GOP Primary


Freshman GOP Congressman Bill Johnson from Ohio's 6th Congressional District will be facing challenger Victor Smith in the primary this year. The winner will face off against the winner of the Democrat primary between former Congressman Charlie Wilson and Cas Adulewiz.Working through the Ohio Project and helping to form Grassroots Ohio, Victor worked tirelessly to help pass Issue 3 the Ohio Healthcare Freedom Amendment.Gettinginto office as a result of the GOP sweep across Ohio more so than being elected because of his ability, Congressman Bill Johnson has been a loyal servant to Speaker John ...


Johnson is target of radio ad by new Democratic Super PAC


More than a year before he's up for re-election, freshman Republican congressman Bill Johnson of Marietta is being targeted by more than $25,000 worth of radio ads from a new Democratic "Super PAC" called House Majority PAC.The ads placed in Youngstown and West Virginia markets that serve Johnson's district along the Ohio River claim the congressman once "bragged" about helping a company he worked for ship jobs overseas. It also says he pledged to protect tax breaks for companies that ship jobs abroad, and voted to raise the Social Security retirement age."He’s on everyone’s side ...


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Bill Johnson Statement on Repeal of WOTUS Rule
Congressman Bill Johnson (R – Marietta), released the following statement in response to the Trump administration’s rescinding the Waters of the United States (WOTUS) rule: “President Donald Trump has rolled back yet another unnecessary mandate created under the Obama administration; this time it is the Waters of the United States Rule, or WOTUS. I have been against this one-size-fits-all rule since it first came out. It was never about clean water; rather, it was about an overreaching federal bureaucracy that wanted more power - in this case the EPA. This regulation was poised to bring unnecessary hardships to so many of our rural communities. ‎Today’s announcement is an important first step in getting the federal government out of our backyards, fields, and ditches. The EPA now needs to go back to the drawing board and write a rule that protects our water, while at the same time protecting small businesses such as farms, and the rights of individual land owners.”
Bill Johnson on the Comey Hearing
Congressman Bill Johnson (R-Marietta) released the following statement after former FBI Director James Comey testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee: “Jim Comey clearly testified that President Trump is not under investigation by the FBI. I’m glad that was said publicly because it shows that a lot of the reporting about this subject has been flat out wrong. I hope some of the news media that have been blurring the line between partisan advocacy and journalism will rely less on anonymous sources with axes to grind and more on official reports and on-the-record information like the Comey testimony. “As I’ve said before, I continue to support the two ongoing, bipartisan investigations being conducted by the House and Senate on Russian hacking and their attempts to influence our election process. And, I'm hopeful that the independent counsel will also find those who have leaked sensitive or classified information to the media and bring them to justice.  The
Bill Johnson Statement on Potential Closing of Quaker Manufacturing in Salem
Congressman Bill Johnson (R-Marietta) released the following statement regarding the potential closing of Quaker Manufacturing in Salem: “The potential loss of approximately 115 jobs in Salem is very troublesome. My hope is that the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) issued to employees stays just that – a warning notice. The notice doesn’t necessarily mean the plant will close, but it was a federal requirement that it be distributed - so there is still time. “I am willing to work with any agency or group in an effort to keep this facility – part of the fabric of our community -- open and running. It is also my understanding that the Mayor of Salem and other local leaders are doing everything in their power to help, and that actions are taking place behind the scenes in an effort to keep a Salem staple open for business.  The employees and families of Quaker Manufacturing should know that their leaders are fighting on their behalf.”
Bill Johnson on President Trump Signing Bipartisan VA Reform Into Law
Congressman Bill Johnson (R-Marietta) released the following statement after President Donald Trump signed the Department of Veterans Affairs Accountability and Whistleblower Act into law. This bipartisan legislation reforms the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) by allowing the Secretary to dismiss poorly-performing employees and those who engage in misconduct while ensuring appropriate due process protections for whistleblowers: “It’s pretty stunning, but prior to last Friday, the VA did not have the ability to remove ‘rotten apples’.  Instead, the VA would place poorly-performing employees on leave, allowing them to continue receiving a paycheck during this administrative leave period. This was an extreme disservice to veterans and the overwhelming majority of VA employees who work hard every day to serve them. This could not continue, and I have been advocating for this reform since I was first elected to serve you in Congress. “This is another positive refor



 
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