Today, Jed Davis (R-Newark) was sworn in as the State Representative for the 75th District in the Illinois House of Representatives for the 103rd General Assembly. Davis was elected to the House of Representatives in the 2022 general election.
“First, I want to state how genuinely grateful I am to the people of the 75th District for electing me to represent them,” said Rep. Davis. “It is a privilege to serve my community, and I will do so honorably while exemplifying family values. I plan to hit the ground running to address the numerous issues our state is facing, and to work tirelessly to get our state back on track.
“To the people of District 75; my door is always open. I am here to serve you, not personal self-interests. I promise to be accessible, hold myself accountable, and always be available to discuss issues or concerns. It is an honor that I am able to work daily to point our district and our state in the right direction.”
Representative Jed Davis remains active in both the field of civil engineering and as a local school board president, committed to preventing government overreach from affecting all Illinois schools.
Jed and his wife Melissa are high school sweethearts that have been married for 22 years. They live in Newark with their four children and actively continue their role as foster parents.
The 75th House District covers all or portions of the communities of Sandwich, Plano, Little Rock, Northville, Sheridan, Millington, Millbrook, Fox, Yorkville, Somonauk, Bristol, Oswego, Newark, Helmar, Plattville, Norway, Danway, Nettle Creek, Lisbon, Stavanger, Minooka, Morris, Marseilles, and Seneca.