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State Senator Schimpf Continues Working For His Constituents

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State Senator Paul Schimpf, right, stopped by the Monroe County Fairgrounds to pay his respects to the family of County Commissioner Ron Schultheis. Ronnie’s family welcomed family and friends to a drive-thru visitation.
State Senator Paul Schimpf, right, stopped by the Monroe County Fairgrounds to pay his respects to the family of County Commissioner Ron Schultheis. Ronnie’s family welcomed family and friends to a drive-thru visitation.

State Senator Paul Schimpf (R-Waterloo) reminds Southern Illinois residents that he and his district staff continue working during the statewide stay-at-home order. While the offices are physically closed, you can call the Murphysboro office at 618-684-1100, the Mt. Vernon office at 618-242-8115, the Capitol office at 217-782-8137, or contact by email at senschimpf58@gmail.com. The staff …

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