Representative Cavaletto Sworn In to Serve in the Historic 100th General Assembly

Cavaletto listens to Republican Leader Jim Durkin's plan forward.
On Wednesday, Rep. John Cavaletto (R-Salem) was sworn in to serve his fifth term in the Illinois House of Representatives. The ceremonies took place at the Sangamon Auditorium at the University of Illinois at Springfield. The representative was joined by his wife Connie and two of his sons as well as local elected officials from the Marion County Board and staff and friends.

“I am eager to continue the fight to turn around the economy in Illinois and my district to create jobs,” said Cavaletto. “With the governor leading the fight, I am hopeful we in the legislature can help craft a balanced budget with reforms that he can sign and we can begin to attract business back to Illinois.”

Constituents can contact Rep. Cavaletto through this on-line web blog to keep updated on the activities of the legislature and log in to watch committee hearings and legislative sessions at www.ilga.gov.

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