“When I ran for township supervisor, I did so because I was tired of politicians who ignored their constituents and their struggles,” Didech said. “I believe people should be directly involved in the lawmaking process, which is why I’m asking folks to let me know what legislation they think would help our community.”
Didech is encouraging community members to submit legislative ideas to his full-time constituent service office, especially ideas concerning tax relief for middle-class families and commonsense gun safety, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 847-478-9909. Didech aims to be an independent voice in Springfield, which is why receiving local input from his fellow neighbors is crucial. In the coming weeks, he will be introducing legislation that would provide real property tax relief by empowering people to make government smaller.
“Due to the thousands of conversations I’ve had with middle-class families and seniors, property tax relief is my top priority,” Didech said. “I encourage folks to continue being involved and turn their ideas into real progress.”
To get in touch with Rep. Didech’s full-time constituent service office, please call 847-478-9909.