As the vetting process for bills begins for the 103rd General Assembly, State Senator Seth Lewis (R-Bartlett) will assume leadership roles on the Senate Appropriations- Public Safety & Infrastructure, and Senate Public Health Committees.
“It is a privilege to be chosen as the ranking Republican on the Appropriations- Public Safety & Infrastructure Committee, where I will be able to leverage my engineering and small business experience, and previous service as a fire district trustee to help create sound public policy,” said Senator Lewis.
Prior to his election to the General Assembly, Senator Lewis served as vice president of operations for a small manufacturing business in Melrose Park, and was also a trustee for the Bartlett Fire Protection District. He is the current owner of a small business.
In addition to the two committee leadership roles, Senator Lewis will also serve on the Transportation, Financial Institutions, Appropriations- Health & Human Services, and Environment & Conservation Committees.
“I look forward to serving on all of these committees,” added Senator Lewis. “I appreciate the opportunity to have a hand in the shaping of laws that will make Illinois a place where people want to live and raise their families.”