New leadership in the State Capitol is ushering in a new era of governing and a fresh approach to addressing current challenges and future opportunities awaiting Illinois, according to Senator Jim Oberweis.
The 25th District State Senator took part in inaugural ceremonies January 14 in the Senate Chambers, during the official convening of the 99th General Assembly.
(Pictured above, Senator Oberweis talks with Mike Kenyon, Kane County Board member.)
“Illinois faces some daunting challenges but with the right leadership, we also stand on the threshold of a new era, a return to economic strength and making the best use of our many resources to compete in the global economy,” Senator Oberweis said. “I will continue to push for a responsible state government, for long overdue reforms to a system that has not worked for many years. Someone has to stand up for the hard-working taxpayers of Illinois.”
Senator Oberweis has served in the Senate since January 2013. His priorities continue to be a return to common-sense government keyed to economic growth and jobs creation. He supports cuts in taxes, and an end to special-interest pork and wasteful government spending.
The 25th District encompasses all or some of the communities of Aurora, Bartlett, Batavia, Campton Hills, Elburn, Geneva, Montgomery, Naperville, North Aurora, Oswego, Plano, South Elgin, St. Charles, Sugar Grove, Warrenville, Wayne, West Chicago and Yorkville.
Senator Oberweis’ legislative office is located at 959 Oak St., North Aurora, IL 60542 (630/800-1992). His e-mail address is email@example.com and his Web site is at http://senatoroberweis.com/.