Mark Kirk for U.S. Senate | Official Campaign Site


When it comes to our national security — Mark Kirk refuses to play partisan politics and allow risky people to obtain weapons.

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We need the 2016 #GOP candidates to focus on reforming the VA and protecting our veterans who loyally served our country. #ILSEN #GOPDebate

5 hours ago

Pausing the Syrian refugee intake until we are confident in our passport vetting system is a national security priority #GOPDebate #ILSEN

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At tonight's @cbsnews #GOPDebate I urge the candidates to focus on issues that truly matter to #IL and the #US- like reforming the VA #ILSEN

1 day ago

It is our duty to care for our veterans. I will never stop fighting to guarantee they receive the best care.

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I will never stop fighting to protect our nation's veterans. These heroes deserve the best quality of care.

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Happy birthday to Abraham Lincoln. May his legacy continue to shape our great state and nation for years to come. #IL

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Today’s “profile in courage” in Washington is Illinois Senator Mark Kirk. He is the only Republican senator who voted today to make it slightly more difficult for terrorists to obtain the tools of terror in the United States.

December 1, 2015

Big Differences

The Kirk For Senate campaign launched its second television ad of the 2016 U.S. Senate race, titled “Trust”.  The ad highlights the contrast on national security issues between Senator Mark Kirk and Rep. Tammy Duckworth.…

November 25, 2015 | Chicago Tribune

We’ve Already Let Terrorists In As Refugees

Hours after the Paris attacks, I called on the President to pause the intake of Syrian refugees until we can be 100% guaranteed that no ISIS terrorist can take advantage of Americans’ goodwill and sneak…

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