New Congress, New District
Kinzinger sworn in to represent redrawn 16th District
WASHINGTON — Congressman Adam Kinzinger on Thursday was sworn in as Illinois' 16th Congressional District representative in the 113th Congress.
Entering his second term in the U.S. House, Kinzinger previously served the 11th Congressional District, the boundaries of which were altered to exclude Grundy County as the result of redistricting following the 2010 Census.
“As we head into the 113th Congress," Kinzinger said after taking the oath of office, "our government’s problems are clear: we must quit spending more money than we take in; we must focus our efforts toward growing the private sector, where jobs are created; and Washington must pass a budget and get serious about comprehensive tax reform."
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