"It was an honor to help congratulate BHS Athletic Director John Szabo who is retiring after 33 years at District 87!"

On May 16, Representative Brady and his son Tom participated in the Autism Speaks Walk at Soldier Field, along with Tom's friend Kade.


Rep. Brady visited Pharmacist Dan Boian at the Chenoa Pharmacy to wish him a happy retirement, and to present him with a certificate of gratitude for his service to families in the Chenoa community.

The certificate reads: In recognition of your 37 Years of dedicated pharmaceutical service to the residents of Chenoa At Chenoa Pharmacy; with more than just medication, but with the medicine of friendship and caring. With best wishes for your health and happiness in your retirement.
State Representative Dan Brady said said Governor Rauner is doing the right thing by restoring $26 million in grant suspensions impacting programs managed by the Illinois Department of Human Services and the Illinois Department of Public Health. The Governor’s decision to restore the grant funding is based on new revenue estimates from the Commission on Government Forecasting and Accountability (COGFA) that show the state can expect an additional one-time revenue increase of $300-$500 million for the current fiscal year.

“I’m very pleased the Governor has made the decision to restore this grant funding for Autism, indigent burials and other vital programs,” Representative Brady said. “These were cuts we did not anticipate when we approved ‘budget fix’ legislation earlier this spring, and I’m very glad that additional revenues will provide for their restoration.”
"The Illinois Department of Transportation is leading a series of statewide listening session on infrastructure. I participated the panel discussion in Bloomington. Thanks to everyone who attended to voice opinions about crucial infrastructure needs in our area." Rep. Dan Brady said.