Aaron Schock

These reforms include a top corporate tax rate of 25% and eliminating the six rate categories for personal income and replacing them with two: 10% and 25% for individuals. By doing so, we can throw out the 70,000 pages of tax code, no longer have the highest business tax rate in the world, and lower the individual rates; making the tax code fairer, simpler, and reducing the yearly tax obligations for everyone. By eliminating loop holes and special deductions, we ensure every American pays their fare share of taxes for living in the greatest country on Earth.

The tax code was last reformed in 1986, under the leadership of President Reagan and the stewardship of the Democratic Speaker Tip O’Neil. Despite the reality of a divided government, what followed was a sustained period of economic prosperity that benefited all Americans. Nearly 30 years later, we find the same divided government and the same stagnated economy. We should aim that high again and put our economy on the path to prosperity.


Aaron Schock

As the youngest member of Congress at 31 years old, Congressman Aaron Schock represents the 18th District of Illinois. Before coming to Congress, Aaron entered public service by serving as a member of the Peoria School Board when he was just 19 years old. At 22, his school board colleagues voted to make Schock vice president of the board and a year later they voted unanimously to make him board president of one of the largest school districts in Illinois at the age of 23, and the youngest school board president in Illinois history. Simultaneously at the age of 23, Aaron was elected to the Illinois General Assembly. Now in his second term in Congress, Schock serves on the highly coveted Ways and Means committee. Within the committee, he serves on the Trade, Oversight and the Social Security subcommittees.