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4 hours ago

Our #ilsen debate is tonight! Show your support for #TeamKirk here:

15 hours ago

Just got home field advantage! Go @Cubs #FlyTheW #WorldSeries

17 hours ago

Tune-in tomorrow here for updates from the debate. We’ll be live tweeting at the hashtag #ilsen

20 hours ago

My opponent & I debate tmrw. While she'll make empty promises, I'll discuss real solutions. Show your support #ilsen

1 day ago

My opponent and I face off in another debate tomorrow night. Contribute to #TeamKirk's Debate Fund here! #ilsen

1 day ago

Have you voted yet? #ilsen #CommitToKirk

Mark Kirk in the News

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October 21, 2016 | Peoria Journal Star

Endorsement: U.S. Senate, Mark Kirk

Well, that’s a first — a major party candidate running for statewide office who does not respond to invitations to interview or to share her issue positions, even ignoring direct appeals from local party officials…

Associated Press: “Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney is in Chicago to support Illinois U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk’s bid for a second term… Romney endorsed Kirk on Wednesday, calling the Republican an ‘independent voice’ who’s willing to work…

When I first got to the Senate in 2010, the 42 steps to the door of the U.S. Capitol would have taken me about a minute to climb. I definitely would not have been nervous,…

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