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MIKE BOST FILES FOR RE-ELECTION

SPRINGFIELD, IL– U.S. Representative Mike Bost (IL-12) filed for reelection Monday, November 27th at the Illinois State Board of Elections in Springfield. Bost submitted 5,191 petitions signed by constituents in all 34 counties of the 12th Congressional District, nearly five times the number of signatures required by law.


“I am honored to have widespread support from Republicans in every county of the 12th District,” said Bost. “Conservative voters know we can’t afford to hand the keys over to failed politicians who are more interested in promoting themselves than protecting our values. Today is the first step in continuing to serve the land I love in a position I am blessed to hold.”

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JIM JORDAN ENDORSES MIKE BOST FOR CONGRESS

MURPHYSBORO, IL– U.S. Representative Mike Bost today announced that his 2024 re-election campaign has been endorsed by leading House conservative, U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio).


“Mike Bost is a pro-life, pro-Second Amendment conservative who supports our veterans and will fight for a strong border,” said Jordan. “Now more than ever, we need patriots like him in Congress advocating for our values.”

“Jim Jordan is a principled leader in Congress and a pillar of the conservative movement; I am honored to have his endorsement,” said Bost. “I look forward to standing with Jim as we continue the fight for our shared values against the radical Left.”

BOST RAISES $517,000 IN THIRD QUARTER; CAMPAIGN WAR CHEST APPROACHES $1.2 MILLION

MURPHYSBORO, IL –U.S. Representative Mike Bost (IL-12) today announced that his campaign has raised $517,000 in the quarter ending on September 30th and is approaching $1.2 million cash-on-hand. Bost outraised his primary opponent Darren Bailey by nearly $400,000 over the last 90 days and has nearly 12 times more money cash-on-hand.

“The scale of our fundraising advantage and the strength of our grassroots operation prove we have the momentum heading into the final quarter of 2023,” said Bost. “Southern Illinois voters understand how important it is that we have a proven, conservative leader at the helm for the battles ahead in Washington. There is still a lot of work left to be done, but I am confident that our campaign has the resources and experience to win a competitive primary.”