Jack was one of 3 freshman Republican Congressman in the House Class of 2006. After defeating popular incumbent Jerry Hooper in a shocking primary win, Jack went on to win by sixty percentage points in the general election. Since arriving in Congress, Jack has joined colleagues like David Vitter (R-LA) and Lee Terry (R-NE) as champions of family value issues.
One of the proudest moments in Jack's career came January 24, 2008 when he was acquitted of bribery charges due to insufficient evidence. An unsuccessful attempt to censor Jack was later dropped proving his innocence once and for all.
Jack has stood for the issues that matter most to 54th District voters such as eliminating death panels from all health care provisions. Jack has fought against unfairly requiring seniors to take a road test in order to renew their driver's license.
The Kimble family has been a fixture in Rancho Podrido life for 4 generations and in that time they have dedicated their life to service. Jack's grandfather helped to found the Heritage Oaks Country Club and the family's support of Heritage Valley's Corn Dog Fest is without peer..