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  1. Joe Walsh DoX... Enjoy your cak3!
  2.  
  3. Hometown: McHenry, IL
  4.  
  5. Religion: Roman Catholic
  6.  
  7. Born:
  8.  December 27, 1961
  9.  
  10. Phone Number:
  11.  
  12. (847)-328-3729
  13.  
  14. Home Address:
  15.  
  16. 1415 Sherman Ave
  17. Evanston, IL
  18. 60201
  19.  
  20. Family
  21.  
  22. Wife:        Helene Walsh
  23.  
  24. Children:   Joseph Walsh, 24
  25.                                        
  26.                 Megan Walsh, 21
  27.                                        
  28.                 Patrick Walsh, 17
  29.                                        
  30.                 Alexandra Weiner, 22 (stepchild)
  31.                                        
  32.                  Jacob Weiner, 20 (stepchild)
  33. Offices:
  34.  
  35. 432 Cannon HOB
  36. Washington, DC 20515
  37. Phone: (202) 225-3711
  38. Fax: (202) 225-7830
  39. Hours: Monday-Friday
  40. 9:00AM-5:00PM Eastern time
  41. 50 East Grand Ave.
  42. Fox Lake, IL 60020
  43. Phone: (847) 973-9341
  44. Fax: (847) 973-9451
  45. Hours: Monday-Friday
  46. 9:00AM-5:00PM Central time
  47. 124 Cass Street, Unit 2
  48. Woodstock, IL 60098
  49. Phone: (815) 337-0328
  50. Hours: Monday-Friday
  51. 9:00AM-5:00PM Central time
  52. State/District Office (Campaign):
  53.  Grayslake, IL 60030
  54.  Phone: (847) 752-8155
  55. Chief of Staff:Justin Roth
  56. Scheduler:Kate Schramm
  57. Legislative Director: Jeff Freeland
  58. Press Secretary: Ashley Helms
  59.  
  60. Office: House of Representatives
  61.  
  62. State: Illinois
  63.  
  64. District: 8
  65.  
  66. Party: Republican
  67.  
  68. Joe Walsh has dedicated his professional life to service and advocacy. He has advocated on behalf of a wide range of public policy issues and causes, most notably advancing market-based solutions to education reform and urban poverty. But Joe has another side to him now doesn't he?
  69.  
  70. Education:
  71.  
  72.     University Of Iowa -- BA English
  73.  
  74.     University of Chicago -- Masters in Public Policy
  75.  
  76. Work Info:
  77. Employer: House of Representatives
  78. Position: Congressman
  79. Time Period: January 2011 to present
  80. Location: Washington, DC
  81. Description: Congressman in the United States House of Representatives, representing IL-08.
  82.  
  83.     Schramm, Kathleen J. (Kate)
  84.  
  85.     2011: New Hire        
  86.  
  87. Phone :
  88. Websites:
  89. http://walsh.house.gov/
  90. http://www.twitter.com/RepJoeWalsh
  91. http://twitter.com/RepJoeWalsh
  92. http://walsh.house.gov
  93. http://www.youtube.com/RepJoeWalsh
  94. http://www.facebook.com/RepJoeWalsh
  95. http://www.flickr.com/photos/joewalshcongress/
  96. http://walsh.house.gov/common/rss//index.cfm?rss=49
  97. http://walshforcongress.com
  98. http://walshforcongress.com
  99. http://www.legistorm.com/member/2821/Rep_Joe_Walsh_IL.html
  100.  
  101.  
  102. Contributor                                                   Total                 Indivs                  PACs
  103.  
  104. Performance Trust Capital Partners                $19,000              $19,000                 $0
  105. Honeywell International                                 $16,633                    $0               $16,633
  106. Sage Products                                             $11,000                 $11,000               $0
  107. Cancer Treatment Centers of America            $10,335                 $10,335                $0
  108. Abercrombie & Fitch                                  $10,000                  $10,000              $0
  109. Clark & Wamberg                                      $10,000                  $10,000              $0
  110. Freedom Project                                      $10,000                     $0                $10,000
  111. Hills Capital Management                         $10,000                    $10,000             $0
  112. Otto Engineering                                     $10,000                     $10,000             $0
  113. Pepper Companies                                 $10,000                     $10,000              $0
  114. Sharmac Capital Management                 $10,000                     $10,000            $0
  115. Holden International                                $9,800                       $9,800              $0
  116. Family-PAC                                           $9,750$0                    $9,750
  117. Kennedy Homes                                    $8,500                        $8,500               $0
  118. Legg Mason                                         $7,500                          $7,500            $0
  119. National Electrical Contractors Assn       $7,000                          $0                $7,000
  120. AIS Network                                        $6,750                           $6,750          $0
  121. Northrop Grumman                                 $6,000                           $0                $6,000
  122. Adeli & Tollen Llp                                    $5,000                        $5,000               $0
  123. American Defense International                 $5,000                       $5,000                $0
  124. Arbor Research & Trading                        $5,000                        $5,000            $0
  125. Axiom Strategies                                   $5,000                         $5,000          $0
  126. Cardinal Health                                       $5,000                         $0               $5,000
  127. Corregated Box Co                                $5,000                          $5,000          $0
  128. Council of Insurance Agents & Brokers      $5,000                        $0               $5,000
  129. Every Republican is Crucial PAC               $5,000                     $0                    $5,000
  130. Exelon Corp                                           $5,000                     $0               $5,000
  131. Exxon Mobil                                         $5,000                     $0             $5,000
  132. Incredible Technologies                         $5,000                     $5,000             $0
  133. Indeck Energy Services                          $5,000                   $5,000             $0
  134. Intersport Inc                                         $5,000                  $5,000              $0
  135. John Thodoa Dds                                $5,000                    $5,000              $0
  136. Laborers Union                                   $5,000                    $0                 $5,000
  137. Madison Dearborn Partners                $5,000                      $5,000            $0
  138. MJ Miller & Co                                   $5,000                     $5,000             $0
  139. National Beer Wholesalers Assn        $5,000                       $0             $5,000
  140. New Vernon Capital                          $5,000                         $5,000         $0
  141. Rita Group                                      $5,000                            $5,000        $0
  142. Spo Partners & Co                            $5,000                         $5,000          $0
  143. Trilin C Global                               $5,000                           $5,000           $0
  144. United Automobile Insurance Co     $5,000                       $5,000                $0
  145. Wells Fargo                                $5,000                        $5,000                 $0
  146.  
  147.  
  148. Performance Trust Capital Partners Mr Walsh's highest listed donor hired Capital Hill Consulting Group to Lobby congress on S.61 in 2009
  149. http://soprweb.senate.gov/index.cfm?event=getFilingDetails&filingID=49D1F550-E8EC-4EF7-A408-804E77B79298
  150. This bill would have assisted homeowners in preventing the loss of their homes due to mortgage foreclosure.  After the Fed handed out trillions in low mortgage rate loans to high risk taking financial institutions - S.61 was shot down in congress before it ever made it to the floor.  Big finance YES - middle class homeowner - NO.  Overall Mr Walsh received over  $125,000 from Securities & Investment Firms and Insurance companies - his largest donors.  For a Tea Party populist, he sure likes the banks and the insurance companies.
  151. Here's more on S.61
  152. http://annlawyer.com/component/content/article/45.html
  153. The story about his child support issues are well known.  Mr Walsh claims that he had low income and had temporary housing stewardship of one the children during the disputed time.  These are facts which can be easily verified.  Did Mr Walsh have a court order to pay - if so did he make the payments?  Apparently he was ordered and did not pay.  Mr Walsh can (and is likely) making the argument that the payments shouldn't have been as high as they were because of the issues above detailed - he might be right in that regard.  Mr Walsh states that over $2K a month is being automatically garnished from his account (sad that a sitting US congressman has to be made to pay support via garnishment).  It appears that there was a time that he was either ordered to pay or did not sufficiently have enough overnights to be considered shared custodial and was assessed the known $117K in arrears.  Also, there seems to be at least once where he failed to appear at a hearing.  It appears that he is in process of trying to lower that assessed figure (if he hasn't already) while paying off the figure he owes.  Usually, when a non-custodial parent is in arrears a judge will increase the monthly in attempt to accelerate repayment.
  154. In any event, $117K is a rather large figure to be in arrears for.  One has to surmise that for some period of time Mr Walsh did not make support payments to his ex-wife.  Even giving him the benefit of the doubt the period of time in which he failed to pay support could probably be measured in years.
  155. If he got a verbal agreement with his ex-wife over support - then it's his own fault for not getting the agreement signed and filed with the court.  Also if he did make payments outside a state disbursement unit and failed to save the cancelled checks - that's also a measure of irresponsibility.  
  156. Any responsible father knows that child support must be paid if you are not the custodial parent.  Whether or not you get along with the mother is not a consideration.  I think constituents can reasonably come to the conclusion that at least for some extended period of time Joe Walsh did not make child support payments and was a deadbeat dad - verbal agreement or no.
  157.