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Chicago Sun-Times: Kinzinger on his political future: ‘I’m not freaking out about anything. I’m living my life’
GOP Rep. Adam Kinzinger is chill, for now, about the prospect of Illinois Democrats getting rid of his district in the congressional remap. He also said Thursday he was “frightened” over the turn culture-war politics has taken in this Trump era.
I'll assume that since you're reading this, you've been keeping up with the political world, and you've no doubt seen or heard some of the things that 16th District Congressman Adam Kinzinger has had to say about the current state of American politics.
With the internal battle in the House Republican conference over the future of the party poised to reach its culmination in the coming days with a vote to oust Congresswoman Liz Cheney from GOP leadership, Congressman Adam Kinzinger said his Republican colleagues need to stop "peddling in conspiracies" and admit President Biden fairly won the 2020 presidential election.
Republican Illinois congressman Adam Kinzinger is throwing his support behind his colleague Liz Cheney.
Opinion column by Tom Kacich of The News-Gazette: Rep. Adam Kinzinger’s vote to impeach former President Donald Trump, and his opposition to Trump followers such as Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, has earned the Illinois Republican a lot of media attention.
Video focuses on struggles facing the “The Land of Oppourtunity.”
Rachel Martin speaks to former President George W. Bush and Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-Illinois) about the U.S. role in Afghanistan. President Biden has announced the decision to withdraw U.S. forces.
Congressman Adam Kinzinger announced that his re-election campaign has already raised $2.2 million.
Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.) raised roughly $2.2 million in the first quarter of 2021 split evenly between his reelection bid and an anti-Trump PAC he formed earlier this year.