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Mike Bost Launches Women for Bost Coalition

Murphysboro, IL— U.S. Rep. Mike Bost announced that later today he will be hosting a grassroots rally to unveil his 119-member Women for Bost coalition.  The rally will be held at Bost’s Fairview Heights campaign headquarters, and credentialed media is invited to attend. “As a husband, father, and grandfather empowering women in our communities is an… Read more »

Women for Bost Coalition Members

The following is a list of the Women for Bost coalition members: Benita Coffel- Franklin County Ruth Ann Pollack-Franklin County Joye Brockett-Franklin County Susan Dawson- Franklin County Beverly Needham- Franklin County Connie McDonald- Franklin County Angela Bond- Franklin County Sheila Towers- Franklin County Cheryl Broy- Franklin County Isabelle Heyder- Franklin County Emily Burke- Jackson County Elaine Borgsmiller- Jackson County Judy Bost- Jackson County Frances Gilman- Jackson County Carolyn Cano-… Read more »

Bost Endorsed by State and Federal Fire Fighters Union

Murphysboro, IL—Today, U.S. Rep. Mike Bost received the endorsement of the International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) as well as the Associated Fire Fighters of Illinois (AFFI). “Congressman Mike Bost is a trusted ally to America’s first responders.  His first hand experience serves him well as an advocate in Congress, and the International Association of… Read more »

Bost Endorsed by United Mine Workers Union

Murphysboro, IL—Today, U.S. Rep. Mike Bost received the endorsement of the National Council of Coal Miners Political Action Committee (COMPAC), the political arm of the United Mine Workers of America. “We very much appreciate the support Congressman Bost has given both active and retired coal miners and their families, especially in such difficult times as… Read more »

Mike Bost Files for Re-Election

Murphysboro, IL—Today, U.S. Rep. Mike Bost submitted 3,121 signatures to become a candidate for re-election in Illinois’ 12th Congressional District. Bost’s campaign, which received petitions from every county in the district, far exceeded the 746 needed to qualify as a candidate. “I am humbled by the support I’ve received from those who want me to serve them… Read more »