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2023 Statistics
  • 1100Constituents Helped through Casework
    Attended
  • 63000Responses to Constituents
    In District
  • 260Tours of the Capitol
    Responded To

Meet Idaho's Congressman Mike Simpson

An Idaho native, Mike Simpson was born in Burley and raised in Blackfoot. Mike joined his father and uncle at the Simpson Family Dental Practice in Blackfoot before serving in the Blackfoot City Council and Idaho State Legislature.

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Feb 22
Op-eds Postings

An Undeniable Crisis at the Southern Border

WASHINGTON— Today, Idaho Congressman Mike Simpson released an op-ed regarding the crisis at the southern border. An Undeniable Crisis at the Southern Border By Rep. Mike Simpson The full op-ed is available below. The Bid...

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Feb 13
Press Releases

Rep. Simpson’s Statement on Mayorkas Impeachment

WASHINGTON— Today, Idaho Congressman Mike Simpson issued the following statement in response to voting to impeach Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. “It is crystal clear Secretary Mayorka...

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Feb 05
Press Releases

Rep. Simpson Signs Letter Urging Biden to End LNG Pause

WASHINGTON— This week, Idaho Congressman Mike Simpson signed a letter urging President Biden to end the recently announced pause in Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) exports. This letter is led by Chair of the House Energy and Co...

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Feb 01
Press Releases

Rep. Simpson Co-Leads Rocky Mountain Judgeship Act

WASHINGTON— Today, Idaho Congressman Mike Simpson joined Representatives Joe Neguse (D-CO) and Russ Fulcher (R-ID) in introducing the bipartisan Rocky Mountain Judgeship Act. This legislation would add a needed new feder...

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Jan 25
Press Releases

Rep. Simpson Announces Class of 2028 Service Academy Nominations

WASHINGTON— Today, Idaho Congressman Mike Simpson announced the nomination of 19 Idaho students to United States Military Academies. Every year, Members of Congress may nominate candidates for appointment to four of the ...

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