Jesiel Takes Oath of Office; Seeks Successful Fiscal Reform with New Governor



SPRINGFIELD – Today Representative Sheri Jesiel (R-Winthrop Harbor) took the Oath of Office for her first full term in the Illinois House of Representatives. Jesiel was appointed last year to fill the void of retiring Representative JoAnn D. Osmond and won a resounding victory in the fall to serve the full term of the 99th General Assembly.

“Taking the Oath of Office was an exciting and humbling experience,” said Jesiel. “I have to thank the voters of the 61st District that have given me this opportunity. Illinois has been stymied over the past several years by a lack of leadership in the executive branch, but with the inauguration of Gov. Rauner on Monday, we have an opportunity to bring meaningful change to our state. I look forward to working with Gov. Rauner to change the course that Illinois has been on to once again make Illinois a state to be proud of.”

Jesiel has highlighted her experience as a business manager and CPA to bring sorely missed fiscal management understanding to Springfield. Now that new Governor Bruce Rauner has been inaugurated, there seems to be an historic opportunity to achieve this.