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Illinois State Senator Steve McClure shared his Veterans Day activities in a Facebook post published on Friday.
"Happy Veterans Day! I stopped by Hy-Vee’s free breakfast for veterans this morning to visit with and thank the veterans in attendance. Thanks to all who have served!" McClure wrote.
McClure is a former prosecutor who served as the Chief of the Juvenile Division and later served in the Felony Division in the Sangamon State's Attorney's Office in Springfield. McClure was first elected to the Illinois Senate in 2018 and has served since 2019. His current committee assignments include the following: Criminal Law (Minority Spokesperson); Agriculture; Energy and Public Utilities; Executive Appointments; Local Government; Transportation; App - Criminal Justice (Sub -Minority Spokesperson); App - Health; Redistricting; Redistricting - Chicago South; Redistricting - Southwestern IL; Redistricting - West Central IL (Sub -Minority Spokesperson); Criminal Law - Juvenile Court; Problem - Solving Courts.
McClure was officially reelected in an uncontested race in the November general election following his primary win in June.
"I'm humbled by the support and honored to be the Republican nominee for the 54th District," McClure said in a Facebook post published on June 29. "Thanks to everyone who supported our campaign!"