Sen. Rezin renamed Deputy Minority Leader

Sworn into 103rd General Assembly

As the 103rd General Assembly begins its work in Springfield, State Senator Sue Rezin (R-Morris) has been renamed as the Deputy Minority Leader for the Illinois Senate Republican Caucus.

“It is my great honor to remain the Deputy Minority Leader for the Illinois Senate Republicans under the new leadership of Leader John Curran,” said Deputy Leader Rezin. “I am grateful for Leader Curran’s confidence and eagerly look forward to working with him as we strive to make Illinois a better place for everyone who calls it home.”

Senator Rezin previously served as the Deputy Minority Leader during the 102nd General Assembly and has served as state senator since December 2010.

“Senator Rezin has shown a true commitment to the people of our state and improving Illinois government on their behalf,” said Leader Curran. “I have full trust in her leadership abilities and know that she will continue to be a tremendous asset to me and our entire Caucus.”

Senator Rezin, who previously represented the 38th Senate District during the 102nd General Assembly, will continue to serve as the state senator for the District in the 103rd General Assembly. The new 38th District contains parts of Bureau, Dekalb, Grundy, LaSalle, Kendall, and Will counties.

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