Rep. Brady to Serve as Deputy Republican Leader in new 102nd General Assembly

State Representative Dan Brady will continue to serve as a leading voice in the House Republican Caucus in the 102nd General Assembly inaugurated this month. Brady (R-Normal) has been reappointed Deputy House Minority Leader by House Republican Leader Jim Durkin.

“We begin this new General Assembly facing unprecedented challenges. We need to work together to repair the damage done to our families and our communities by the COVID pandemic,” Rep. Brady said. “For the first time in decades we are starting our work under a new Speaker, and so I am hopeful that this new session will indeed be a new start for Illinois.”

Representative Brady was first appointed Deputy Republican Leader in 2016. He served as Caucus Chair and as Assistant Republican Leader in previous General Assemblies.

“While I’m honored to help lead our caucus, what I’m most grateful for is the increased opportunity it affords me to highlight the goals and needs of communities here in the 105th District,” Rep. Brady added.

State Representative Dan Brady is a Republican from Bloomington and represents the 105th District in central Illinois, which includes Normal, portions of East Bloomington, Carlock, Towanda, Lexington, Hudson, Gridley, Chenoa, Cooksville, Colfax, and Anchor. The Eastern boundary of the district stretches over to Fairbury, Forrest and Strawn in Livingston County.

During his years of service, Rep. Brady has received recognition for his efforts to build a stronger community from state and local groups. Rep. Brady and his wife Teri have two children, Danielle and Tom. They reside in Bloomington.