State Representative David Welter was sworn in for his second full term on Wednesday, joining all 118 members of the Illinois House of Representatives for the inauguration of the 101st General Assembly held at the Sangamon Auditorium.
Welter has represented Illinois’ 75th District since July 2016 serving portions of Grundy, Kendall, LaSalle and Will Counties.
The House of Representatives for the new 101st General Assembly is comprised of 74 Democrats and 44 Republicans.
Prior to his appointment to the Illinois General Assembly, Welter served as Chairman of the Grundy County Board, to which he was first elected in 2010.
His private sector experience includes work as the Human Resources & Procurement Manager for a local trucking and construction equipment company.
Welter is also currently a licensed real estate agent practicing in Morris.
Representative Welter’s committee assignments for the 2019-2020 legislative session will be announced in the coming weeks.
State Sen. Sue Rezin was sworn into office Jan. 9 at the Statehouse during the Illinois Senate Inauguration.
Rezin said she looks forward to being their voice for property tax reform, cutting state government, reducing the tax burden on families, and helping our schools and job creators thrive.
She also encourages anyone who needs help or has questions or suggestions, to reach out to my office.
Rezin, who represents all or portions of Bureau, Grundy, LaSalle, Kendall, Livingston, Putnam, and Will Counties, is also an Assistant Republican Leader for the Senate Republican Caucus.