Rep Davidsmeyer has proudly served the 100th District in the IL General Assembly since December 2012.
As our State Representative, C.D. passed legislation to save money in the State operations and legislation that increased the interstate speed limit from 65 mph to 70 mph.
Also, C.D. helped to break the logjam making Illinois a Conceal & Carry State, providing gun rights for legal, safe-gun owners.
C.D. is an avid duck hunter. While he doesn't have much spare time, he does enjoy hunting and shooting whenever he gets the chance.
As a small business owner, Rep Davidsmeyer understands the need to cut government regulations on our businesses. He believes that the best way to put IL back-on-track is to put people back to work.
JACKSONVILLE, IL – State Representative C.D. Davidsmeyer (R-Jacksonville) has announced that he is running for re-election as State Representative for the 100th House District.
“Today, I am announcing my intent to continue to fight for the people of west central Illinois as your State Representative. After talking with friends and constituents, I have been encouraged by the number of people asking me to continue to serve. As your voice in Springfield, I am working hard to bring fiscal responsibility and conservative principles back to Illinois,” said Rep. Davidsmeyer.
As our State Representative, C.D. Davidsmeyer opposed wasteful spending and repeatedly voted against the Democrats’ unbalanced budgets. He authored legislation to cut politicians’ pay if Illinois’ bills are not paid and voted to block legislative pay raises.
“Despite the recently-passed state budget, Illinois still has nearly $15 billion in unpaid bills. We’ve got to do more to cut spending and pay our bills on time. We need to protect social services for our most vulnerable citizens. To help balance the budget, I support meaningful welfare reforms, including putting a stop to taxpayer-funded benefits for illegal immigrants,” said Davidsmeyer.
As a strong supporter of our Second Amendment rights, C.D. Davidsmeyer sponsored and helped pass the Firearm Concealed Carry Act (P.A. 98-063), making Illinois the final state to allow Concealed Carry for its citizens.
“I fought to protect the constitutional rights of law-abiding citizens in Illinois, by passing Concealed Carry for responsible gun owners. I worked to ensure that veterans received credit for their weapons training. My office has assisted hundreds of constituents with their Concealed Carry License and FOID Card applications,” added Davidsmeyer.
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