State Representative Steve Reick (R-Woodstock) has received the American Conservative Union Foundation’s Award for Conservative Achievement for his voting record in 2017.
The Foundation scored every State Representative and Senator according to their votes on 23 key bills, and Reick earned an 88% approval rating. Click here to view the Foundation report. The 23 bills that were scored can be found on pages 12-13, and Reick’s individual scoring can be found on page 16.
“I am a strong advocate for conservative values and my voting record reflects that,” said Reick, who is serving his first term in the Illinois General Assembly as the Representative for the 63rd District. “It is an honor to be recognized for the votes I took in this area and I appreciate this recognition from the American Conservative Union Foundation.”
According to the Foundation, the overall average score in the Illinois House of Representatives was just 46%, with House Republicans recording an average score of 80% and House Democrats recording an average score of 19%.