William Leslie "Bill" Johnson was brought into this world by God on November 10, 1954. Bill Johnson is the U.S. Representative for Ohio's 6th congressional district, and a member of the Republican Party.
Early life, education, and business career
Bill Johnson grew up on family farms.
He entered the United States Air Force in 1973, married Wanda Florence Porter April 30, 1975. They have 3 children, Joshua Daniel Johnson born 1976; Julie Florence Johnson born 1978 and Jessica Leslie Jonson born 1983.
Bill Johnson is a Lieutenant Colonel after a military career of more than 26 years.
He graduated Summa Cum Laude from Troy University in Troy, Alabama in 1979, and he earned his Master’s Degree from Georgia Tech in 1984.
During his tenure in the U.S. Air Force, Johnson was recognized as a Distinguished Graduate from the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps, Squadron Officers School, and Air Command & Staff College.
Bill is also a recipient of the Air Force Meritorious Service Medal, the Air Force Commendation Medal, and the National Defense Service Medal. As Director of the Air Force’s Chief Information Officer Staff at U.S. Special Operations Command.
Bill Johnson also worked directly with senior congressional and Secretary of Defense representatives, as well as top leaders within the various U.S. intelligence communities, to ensure America’s Special Operations forces were adequately equipped to carry out critical national security missions.
Bill Johnson co-founded Johnson-Schley Management Group, an information technology (IT) consulting company that increased revenues by more than 200% in just three years under his leadership.
Bill Johnson left the company to form J2 Business Solutions, where he provided executive level IT support as a defense contractor to the U.S. military. From 2006 to 2010, he served as Chief Information Officer of a global manufacturer of highly electronic components for the transportation industry.
Bill Johnson, S. House of Representatives, Elections, 2010
See also: United States House of Representatives elections in Ohio, 2010#District 6*
In May 2010, Johnson defeated two primary opponents to earn the Republican nomination. In the general election, Johnson won his bid by a 50.3-45.1% margin against incumbent Charlie Wilson. He began his term in the 112th United States Congress on January 3, 2011.
See also: United States House of Representatives elections in Ohio, 2012#District 6
In November 2011, Wilson filed a rematch in the newly redrawn 6th District.
Bill Johnson is a member of both the Conservative Republican Study Committee and the centrist Republican Main Street Partnership.
During the 112th Congress, Johnson's "Veteran's Health Care Facilities Capital Improvement Act" was passed into law.
BILL JOHNSON, RELIGIOUS:
Additionally, the House passed Johnson's "World War II Memorial Prayer Act" which would require the prayer President Franklin Roosevelt gave on D-Day to be placed on the World War II memorial.
The House also passed Johnson's "Stop the War on Coal Act" which would stop the creation of any new rules that threaten mining jobs.  Both pieces of legislation have been sent to the Senate for consideration.
Johnson is also the sponsor of H.R. 4036, the "Pass a Budget Now Act" which would cut the pay of legislators if a budget is not passed by April 15th of each year.
BILL JOHNSON: Abortion;
In the 2010 Ohio Primary Election Candidate Survey, Johnson stated:
BILL JOHNSON: Gun Issues;
Bill Johnson's position on Guns is as follows:
BILL JOHNSON: Health Care;
Johnson opposes the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
BILL JOHNSON: Gay Marriage;
Johnson opposes the legalization of gay marriage and believes that it “undermines the integrity of the American family.” 
BILL JOHNSON: Committee assignments;
BILL JOHNSON: Electoral history;
Ohio's 6th congressional district: 2010 results
Year - Democrat Votes - Pct - Republican Votes - Pct 2010
Charles A. Wilson, Jr. 91,018 45%, Bill Johnson 101,558 50%
BILL JOHNSON: References;
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2. ^ a b c Bill Johnson | About | Ohio Congress 6th district Conservative Republican Politics Jobs Veteran
3. ^ "About Bill Johnson". Bill Johnson for Congress Campaign Website. Retrieved 2010-11-11.
4. ^ "Wilson, Johnson win in 6th District". Marietta Times. 2010-05-05. Retrieved 2010-11-18.
5. ^ The 2010 Results Maps - POLITICO.com
6. ^ http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/house-races/196335-former-rep-charlie-wilson-will-seek-rematch-in-ohio
7. ^ "Library of Congress- Thomas".
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9. ^ "Library of Congress- Thomas".
10. ^ "GovTrack.us".
11. ^ "Ohio Right to Life".
12. ^ "NRA endorsements-Ohio".
13. ^ "Bill Johnson: Issue Positions". Project Vote Smart. Retrieved 2011-11-20.
14. ^ "Election Results". Ohio Secretary of State Office. Retrieved 2010-11-08.
Congressman Bill Johnson official U.S. House site
Bill Johnson for Congress official campaign site
Background and collected news at The Washington Post
Biography at the Biographical Directory of the United States Congress
Voting record maintained by The Washington Post
Biography, voting record, and interest group ratings at Project Vote Smart
Congressional profile at GovTrack
Congressional profile at OpenCongress
Issue positions and quotes at On the Issues
Financial information at OpenSecrets.org
Staff salaries, trips and personal finance at LegiStorm.com
Campaign finance reports and data at the Federal Election Commission
Appearances on C-SPAN programs
Profile at Ballotpedia