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Jim Jordan
Jim Jordan official photo, 114th Congress.jpg
U.S. Representative from Ohio's 4th District
From: January 3, 2007 – present
Predecessor Mike Oxley
Successor Incumbent (no successor)
Former State Senator from Ohio's 12th District
From: January 3, 2001 – December 31, 2006
Predecessor Robert R. Cupp
Successor Keith Faber
Former State Representative from Ohio's 85th District
From: January 3, 1995 – December 31, 2000
Predecessor Jim Davis
Successor Derrick Seaver
Information
Party Republican
Spouse(s) Polly Jordan
Religion Protestant

James Daniel "Jim" Jordan is a popular conservative Republican Congressman, representing Ohio in the House of Representatives. A two-time NCAA national wrestling champion and four-time state wrestling champion, Jordan is one of the Greatest Conservative Sports Stars.

In 2015, Jim Jordan:

  • led the conservative House Freedom Caucus in overthrowing RINO Speaker John Boehner.
  • led the opposition to the $1.1 trillion spending bill, because it lacked "provisions to tighten U.S. screening of Syrian refugees, address national security concerns or deny funding to Planned Parenthood."[1]
  • spoke out strongly against a provision sneaked into the spending bill that would allow "a quarter-million temporary guest workers into the U.S."[2]
  • was the best congressman in cross-examining the president of Planned Parenthood during a hearing, repeatedly asking rhetorically, "If the videos were selectively edited, if this was entrapment, all untrue, then why did you apologize?"[3]
  • was named a featured speaker for CPAC 2016

See also

References

External links

  • Profile at the Biographical Directory of the United States Congress