“We talked about Taylorville. I got the chance to re-introduce myself and talk about my district a little bit,” said U. S. Rep. Rodney Davis (R-Taylorville).
“We need to ensure we make the tax code fairer and flatter, and I was also encouraged that he brought up a kind of all-of-the-above energy approach. But the problem has been in the past, over the last four years, we haven’t seen a good track record on any of those issues with this administration, so I hope (Tuesday night is) the beginning of a new day.”
Davis also reacted to his being named as “uncooperative” during a fund-raising investigation into a colleague, U. S. Rep. Aaron Schock (R-Peoria). “I didn’t voluntarily submit to talk to folks when asked in June or July. The bottom line is: I didn’t have any information that was privy to the alleged violation, and I still don’t.”
Davis' full interivew with Brian Byers can be heard below...