Jimmy Loomis, 18, who served as a page in the United States Senate last summer may set the record for the youngest commitee man ever to serve in U.S. History. Friends of his family are researching the topic at this moment.
Loomis, who plans on making a career in politics is off to a fast start.
He was just appointed to fill the seat of the late Art Martin, Committee Man from the Clayton Central Democrat Township. By-laws require candidates be 19-years-of-age, but he was allowed to fill a term at age 18.
Loomis, already take Mandarine Chinese courses at Washington University and will be enrolled at the school in the fall, majoring in political science with a minor in Chinese.
He serves on the Youth Board of Friends of Wings of Hope; Young Friends of KWMU Radio; attended Washington University's mini medical school for two summers; and a was a juror on the Washington University Mock Trial team.