Paul Schimpf, US Marine Corps vet, would be a principled and qualified leader for Illinois

2 years ago

Illinois Republican candidate for Governor Paul Schimpf (in the June 28, 2022 Primary) shared his vision for the state, his plan to beat failed Democrat Governor JB Pritzker, and the issues that really are activating motivated voters this election cycle, including Parental Rights, School Choice, and of course TAXES.

Schimpf served in the U.S. Marine Corps, participated in the trial of Saddam Hussein, and was the Republican nominee for Illinois Attorney General in 2014.

He is an American lawyer and former Republican member of the Illinois Senate from the 58th district from 2017 to 2021. His voting record in the General Assembly is conservative.

Schimpf, the son of two school teachers, was born in 1971 at Scott Air Force Base and raised in Waterloo, Illinois. He was the valedictorian of his high school senior class and was a National Merit Scholar. Schimpf attended the United States Naval Academy – passing an engineering scholarship offer at the University of Illinois – and Southern Illinois University School of Law.

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