Rep. Bobby Rush supports Iran nuclear deal: Illinois delegation update

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U.S. Rep. Bobby Rush, D-Ill. (pictured in May 2015), announced his support for the Iran nuclear deal on Tuesday. | Brian Jackson/For the SunTimes

WASHINGTON — Rep. Bobby Rush, D-Ill., on Tuesday announced his support for the Iran nuclear deal, which the House and Senate will take up when members return from recess after Labor Day.

The latest on where Illinois Delegation members stand:


No: Republican Mark Kirk

Yes: Democrat Dick Durbin



No: All Illinois GOP House members


Undecided: Tammy Duckworth, Bill Foster, Mike Quigley

Yes: Rush, Cheri Bustos, Jan Schakowsky,Luis Gutierrez,Danny Davis

Leaning yes: Robin Kelly

Leaning no: Dan Lipinski

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