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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 the Office of Congressional Ethics
Representative Bill Johnson (R-Marietta) released the following statement after adoption of an amendment to the Rules of the House: “Last night, I voted against a change to the rules of the House of Representatives that will place the Office of Congressional Ethics under the jurisdiction of the House Ethics Committee. While I certainly understand the importance of due process, I believe this change is a mistake. It is critically important that all public servants – across the public spectrum – are held to the highest ethical standards."
Bill Johnson Sworn in to the 115th Congress
Representative Bill Johnson (R-Marietta) released the following statement after being sworn in to represent Ohio’s Sixth Congressional District for the 115th Congress. Today marks the start of Johnson’s fourth term in Congress, after first being elected in 2010: “I am extremely honored and humbled to have been chosen by the hardworking people of Eastern and Southeastern Ohio to serve them in Congress,” Johnson said. “There are difficult challenges ahead, and I look forward to working with President-elect Trump and my colleagues on both sides of the political aisle to find common-sense solutions that work for the American people. It matters little to me whether an idea originates with the Republicans or Democrats; rather, what matters is the impact it will have on those I represent. It is my hope that President-elect Trump will work with Congress to advance an agenda that will reign in Washington’s out-of-control bureaucracies, spending, and ballooning national debt, secure
Bill Johnson Statement on Russia Sanctions
Representative Bill Johnson (R-Marietta) released the following statement regarding the Obama Administration’s announcement of new sanctions against Russia: “The Obama Administration has turned a blind-eye to Russia’s global aggression over the last eight years, so I am left wondering why they only now decided to act.  Today's action is positive, but long overdue.  In 2014, President Obama warned Russian President Vladimir Putin that ‘there would be costs’ if Russia invaded Ukraine.  Shortly after that statement, Vladimir Putin thumbed his nose at President Obama and the world watched as the Russians invaded Ukraine.  America cannot afford to be a passive player to history.  I look forward to working with the Trump administration to once again see America lead from the front, not from behind."
Bill Johnson Statement on the Obama Administration’s Refusal to Veto Anti-UN Resolution
 “Today’s abstention by the United States in a United Nations Security Council (UNSC) anti-Israel vote was shameful.  Through this action, the U.S. allowed the passage of a resolution condemning Israeli settlement expansion in the West Bank. Overwhelming bipartisan majorities from both the House and Senate have urged the Obama Administration to veto one-sided, anti-Israel resolutions, such as the one voted on today, which would only serve to undermine efforts to pursue a lasting peace - a peace which will only be achieved when the Palestinian Authority and its people recognize Israel’s right to exist as a Jewish state.  Additionally, the United Nations is not the proper venue to resolve this conflict; rather, it must be accomplished through direct negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians. Instead of focusing on Syria, where thousands of innocent civilians are being massacred, the UNSC has decided to continue their obsession on censuring Israel, the onl

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