Feb 1, 2005 Press Release
Calling it “the right thing to do for our military families,” Representative Joe Wilson (SC-2nd District) and Representative Marsha Blackburn (TN-7th District) joined today to introduce the Honoring our Fallen Soldiers and Families Act.
Jan 26, 2005 Press Release
Today, Congressman Joe Wilson announced that he will host a reception on Wednesday, February 2nd in honor of President Bush’s State of the Union Address. “I’m pleased to host this reception in honor of President Bush’s fifth State of the Union address,” said Wilson. “I look forward to hearing more about the President’s agenda to make America a more secure and more prosperous country.”
Jan 19, 2005 Press Release
Today, Congressman Joe Wilson (R-SC) and Senator Jim DeMint (R-SC) announced that the U.S. Department of Defense has awarded a $5.3 million contract to FN Manufacturing, Inc. (FNMI), of Columbia, South Carolina. As part of a $24.3 million continuing contract to FNMI, this funding will be used to modernize machine guns.
Jan 18, 2005 Press Release
Today, Congressman Joe Wilson invited South Carolinians to celebrate the 55th Presidential Inauguration. “I look forward to celebrating this great American tradition with other South Carolinians,” said Wilson. “In addition to hosting events in Washington, I also invite everyone to view the Inauguration in the Midlands and Lowcountry offices of the Second Congressional district.”
Jan 13, 2005 Press Release
Wilson Announces $200,000 Award for Ridgeland’s Wagon Branch Project
Jan 8, 2005 Press Release
Urges UN to Return Funds to Iraqis
Today, Congressman Joe Wilson (R-SC) made the following remarks from the House Floor:
Jan 7, 2005 Press Release
Today, Congressman Joe Wilson (SC-02) made the following statement regarding Congressman Tom DeLay’s announcement that he will permanently step down as Majority Leader of the U.S. House of Representatives:
Dec 17, 2004 Press Release
Wilson Invites South Carolinians to the 55th Presidential Inaugural
Nov 16, 2004 Press Release
“Mr. Speaker, just two weeks ago in an historic election, a clear majority of more than 60 million Americans voted to elect President George W. Bush to a second term in office. This was an increase over President Bush’s 2000 totals of more than 10 million votes, showing an astonishing growth in the support for his positive agenda to move America forward,” said Congressman Wilson.
Oct 7, 2004 Press Release
“Mr. Speaker, as a 31-year veteran of the Army National Guard and the parent of three children serving in the military, including a son in Iraq, I am glad to report our troops are clearly supporting the re-election of President Bush,” said Congressman Wilson.