Before family and friends, State Representative Dan Brady, Deputy Republican Leader, today took the oath of office to represent the 105th House district in the new 101st General Assembly.
House members were sworn in at noon today at Sangamon Auditorium at the University of Illinois at Springfield. The new 101st General Assembly will serve until January 2021. Representative Brady (R-Normal), who is beginning his 10th term representing local communities in the Illinois House, said each new General Assembly brings opportunity for a new beginning.
“It is truly an honor to serve families and communities here in Central Illinois,” said Representative Brady. “We are fortunate this year to have both returning legislators who bring experience to the table and also many new faces who will undoubtedly add some new ideas and perspectives into the mix. I’m ready to work with new and returning members on both sides of the aisle and our new governor to expand good job opportunities for our families. I will also be working to protect taxpayers from harmful tax increases that may be proposed this spring.”
Representative Brady encourages residents of the 105th district to contact him with questions or concerns as the session moves forward. Representative Brady’s Normal district office can be contacted at (309) 662-1100, and he can be reached via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Constituents can also visit his legislative website at www.rep-danbrady.com. Representative Brady represents parts of McLean and Livingston Counties, including a large portion of the Bloomington/Normal metropolitan area. He and his wife Teri have two children, Danielle and Tom.