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Rep. Luis Gutiérrez (D-Ill.)

District: 4th District
Political Highlights: Chicago City Council, 1986-93; U.S. House of Representatives, 1993-present
Born: Dec. 10, 1953; Chicago, Ill.
Residence: Chicago
Religion: Roman Catholic
Family: Wife, Soraida Arocho Gutierrez; two children
Education: Northeastern Illinois U., B.A. 1975
Military Service: None
Start of Service: Elected: 1992 (12th term)
Committee Assignments: Judiciary (Crime, Terrorism, Homeland Security & Investigations; Immigration & Border Security)

Election History
2014generalLuis Gutierrez (D) 79,66678.1
Hector Concepcion (R) 22,27821.9
2012generalLuis Gutierrez (D) 133,22683.0
Hector Concepcion (R) 27,27917.0
Ymelda Viramontes (WRI) 40.0
2010generalLuis Gutierrez (D) 63,27377.4
Israel Vasquez (R) 11,71114.3
Robert Burns (GREEN) 6,8088.3
2008generalLuis Gutierrez (D) 112,52980.6
Daniel Cunningham (R) 16,02411.5
Omar Lopez (GREEN) 11,0537.9
2006generalLuis Gutierrez (D) 69,91085.8
Ann Melichar (R) 11,53214.2
2004generalLuis Gutierrez (D) 104,76183.7
Tony Cisneros (R) 15,53612.4
Jake Whitmer (LIBERT) 4,8453.9
2002generalLuis Gutierrez (D) 67,33979.7
Anthony Lopez-Cisneros (R) 12,77815.1
Marjorie Kohls (LIBERT) 4,3965.2
2000generalLuis Gutierrez (D) 89,48788.6
Stephanie Sailor (LIBERT) 11,47611.4
1998generalLuis Gutierrez (D) 54,24481.7
John Birch (R) 10,52915.9
William Passmore (LIBERT) 1,5832.4
1996generalLuis Gutierrez (D) 85,27893.6
William Passmore (LIBERT) 5,8576.4
1994generalLuis Gutierrez (D) 46,69575.2
Steven Valtierra (R) 15,38424.8
1992generalLuis Gutierrez (D) 90,45277.6
Hildegarde Rodriguez-Schieman (R) 26,15422.4
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Illinois is 16th on Roll Call's Clout Index, which measures influence in Congress by state.


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