18th Congressional District LaHood: Trump's Legal Paths Narrowing, But Remaining Election Fraud Lawsuits Need To Be Resolved By Tim Shelley • Dec 9, 2020 U.S. Rep. Darin LaHood said he's not yet ready to acknowledge Joe Biden's victory over Donald Trump in the Nov. 3 presidential election. Democrat George Petrilli Pushes Health Care, Student Loan Forgiveness In Bid Against Darin LaHood By Ryan Denham • Oct 2, 2020 Facebook A Democrat making a longshot bid against U.S. Rep. Darin LaHood says their district is gerrymandered in such a way that voters never get to truly hash out the issues with their candidates. Davis, LaHood Split On Postal Service Funding Bill By Ryan Denham & Jason Slotkin • Aug 23, 2020 Rick Bowmer / AP Bloomington-Normal’s two Republican congressmen were split Saturday on a measure that would infuse $25 billion into the Postal Service and block operational changes that Democrats fear could hobble mail-in voting in this November's election. Davis, LaHood Vote Against Police Reform Bill; Support GOP Plan Instead By Ryan Denham & Claudia Grisales • Jun 26, 2020 Carolyn Kaster / AP House Democrats made good on their plans to respond to a national outcry for reform of the nation's law enforcement departments, with the chamber on Thursday approving wide-ranging efforts to overhaul the way police do their jobs. Central Illinois Congressmen Highlight Business Aid For Next Relief Bill By Charlie Schlenker • Apr 13, 2020 Staff / WGLT Two Central Illinois congressmen said they expect debate over a fourth coronavirus disaster recovery bill to be bipartisan, though they also preferred GOP drafts originating in the Senate. HHS Funding Continued For Bloomington COVID-19 Test Site By Charlie Schlenker • Apr 9, 2020 Staff / WGLT U.S. Reps. Rodney Davis and Darin LaHood said Thursday federal funding to operate the regional COVID-19 testing site in Bloomington will not end on Friday as previously planned. Trump In Chicago Praises Davis, LaHood As 'Warriors For All Of Us' By Ryan Denham & AP • Oct 28, 2019 @RepLaHood / Twitter President Donald Trump is not a big fan of Chicago. But he had some kind words for two downstate lawmakers during his Windy City visit on Monday. Davis, LaHood Say Infrastructure Is Top Issue By Mary Cullen • Aug 20, 2019 Mary Cullen / WGLT U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis said the biggest issue he is hearing out of McLean County is infrastructure.