Darin LaHood

Darin LaHood


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LaHood Talks USMCA on WMBD

2019-08-29 18:35:48

LaHood Discusses Rural Broadband Expansion in Illinois

2019-07-18 14:27:08

Rep. LaHood Honors Bishop Zaidan on the House Floor

2019-07-16 20:13:13

LaHood Joins Habitat for Humanity to Dedicate 4th Veteran Build

2019-07-15 20:36:21

Rep. LaHood Requests a Vote on the Born Abortion Survivors Protection Act

2019-06-21 14:25:09

Rep. LaHood Honors Jerry Brady on the House Floor

2019-06-21 14:07:54

Rep. LaHood Questions U.S. Trade Ambassador at Ways and Means Hearing

2019-06-20 13:11:25

LaHood Visits SIU School of Medicine to Discuss Alzheimer's Research

2019-06-17 19:36:40

Rep LaHood Speaks at Ways and Means Hearing on Medicare for All

2019-06-12 22:03:03

Rep. LaHood Speaks at Ways and Means Member Day Hearing

2019-06-10 15:35:57

Rep. LaHood Speaks at Hearing on USMCA Enforcement

2019-05-22 21:16:12

LaHood Discusses Clean Energy Solutions

2019-05-16 20:56:52

LaHood Speaks on IRS Reform Bill

2019-04-09 18:24:46

LaHood Speaks on BRIDGE for Workers Act

2019-04-09 17:57:16

LaHood Discusses Trip to China on Trade

2019-04-05 14:02:04

Rep. LaHood Discusses Tax Credit Extensions at Committee on Ways and Means Hearing

2019-03-13 22:02:55

Rep. LaHood Questions the National Tax Payer Advocate

2019-03-07 20:40:27

Rep. LaHood Speaks at Floor Debate on H.R. 1

2019-03-07 19:53:52

Rep. LaHood Speaks at Ways and Means Hearing on Infrastructure

2019-03-07 16:06:33

Rep. LaHood recognized Eureka College's men's basketball championship

2019-02-28 17:12:26

Contact Information

1424 Longworth HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Phone 202-225-6201
Fax 202-225-9249

Committee Assignments

Ways and Means

Congressman Darin LaHood, born and raised in Peoria, serves the constituents of the 18th District of Illinois. Sworn into the US House of Representatives on September 17, 2015, LaHood quickly transitioned into office after his special-election win on September 10. He won re-election to serve his second full-term in Congress on November 6, 2018, defeating his opponent with 68-percent of the vote.

The 18th District spans 19 counties across central and west-central Illinois, ranging from McLean County (Bloomington-Normal) to Adams County (Quincy). LaHood serves close to 710,000 constituents.

Prior to his election to Congress, LaHood served four years in the Illinois State Senate, beginning in 2011. LaHood spent more than nine years as a State and Federal Prosecutor. From 2001-2006, he worked for the U.S. Department of Justice as an Assistant United States Attorney in Las Vegas, Nevada. LaHood has also served as an Assistant State’s Attorney in Cook County and Tazewell County. From 2006 up until his election to the House of Representatives, he practiced with the Peoria law firm of Miller, Hall & Triggs.

LaHood’s record throughout his public service has resonated a strong, conservative record, promoting economic development and fiscal responsibility. LaHood has been an outspoken advocate for creating a better business climate in Illinois to boost the state and national economy, to create jobs for Illinoisans.

LaHood currently serves on the House Ways and Means Committee after being selected by his colleagues in January of 2018. The Ways and Means Committee is the House’s oldest committee and has jurisdiction over all taxation, trade and tariffs, and other revenue-raising measures. He serves on the Ways and Means Subcommittees on Tax Policy and Oversight.

LaHood also serves on the U.S. Joint Economic Committee and is a member of the US-Cuba working group. He currently co-chairs the US-China working group, the U.S.-Brazil Caucus, the Digital Trade Caucus, the U.S.-Lebanon Friendship Caucus, and the Congressional Soccer Caucus.

Recognizing the need for reform, LaHood has fought to increase transparency and promote ethical behavior. He looks to build a strong, pro-growth economy, while fighting to reduce a record deficit that threatens the future of our children and grandchildren.

LaHood, a third generation Peorian, graduated from Spalding High School. He earned a B.A. from Loras College and holds a J.D. from The John Marshall Law School. In 2013, he was selected as an Edgar Fellow, a program run by former Governor Jim Edgar, which highlights future Illinois leaders. In 2008, LaHood was recognized in Peoria as a 40 Leaders Under Forty award winner. An avid runner, he has completed five marathons.

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