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Senator Sue Rezin (R)
38th District
Deputy Republican Leader

Photograph of  Senator  Sue Rezin (R)

Springfield Office:
Senator 38th District
108 C Capitol Building
Springfield, IL 62706
(217) 782-3840
District Office:
1802 North Division Street
Suite 314
Morris, IL 60450
(815) 220-8720
Additional District Addresses

Years served: Elected to the (House November 2010) Appointed to the (Senate December 2010)

Committee assignments: Early Childhood Education (Minority Spokesperson); Education; Energy and Public Utilities; Executive; Health and Human Services; Procurement; EX Consolidation; Tobacco; EX Special Issues; End Of Life Issues.

Biography: Deputy Minority Leader Sue Rezin has served as the Senator for the 38th Senate District in the Illinois State Senate since 2010. In 2021, she was chosen as Deputy Minority Leader for the Illinois Senate Republican Caucus. Deputy Minority Leader Rezin helped establish the Grundy County summer internship program. Teaming up with the Grundy Area Vocational Center, the Grundy Economic Development Council, and several local employers, Senator Rezin has helped dozens of students obtain high quality internships. Deputy Minority Leader Rezin also established the Illinois Valley Flood Resiliency Alliance (IVFRA). The IVFRA brings communities, local governments, and emergency personnel together to help them prepare for extreme weather events, especially floods, through education, communication, and the purchasing of flood prevention materials. On the national level, Deputy Minority Leader serves on the Chair of the National Foundation for Women Legislator. She is also an active member of the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL), currently serving on the Task Force on Energy Supply. Deputy Minority Leader Rezin is a graduate of Augustana College, where she earned a degree in International Business and Political Science with a minor in Hispanic Studies. She is also a graduate of Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government's Senior Executives in State and Local Government Program.

Associated Representative(s): Lance Yednock
 Jed Davis