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David S. Luechtefeld

Republican — Senator — District 58
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David S. Luechtefeld represents Senate District 58 in the Illinois Senate, is a member of seven committees, and is the primary sponsor of 388 bills, and is the secondary sponsor of 71 bills

1996 173663.02
1998 171446.45
2000 99155.0
2002 177321.76
2004 183982.3
2006 250020.32
2008 158369.9
2010 297004.1
2012 88961.56

For detailed campaign finance information visit Influence Explorer. Figures via the National Institute on Money in State Politics.

  • Springfield Office:

    Senator 58th District
    103B Capitol Building
    Springfield, IL   62706
    Phone: 217-782-8137
    Fax: 217-782-4079
  • District Office:

    700 North Front Street
    Okawville, IL  62271
    Phone: 618-243-9014
    Fax: 618-243-5376



News and Blog Coverage

Sheila Simon Running For Illinois Senate

Former Democratic Illinois Lt. Gov. Sheila Simon announced her candidacy for the state Senate on Monday. Simon is seeking the Illinois Senate District 58 seat, being vacated by Sen. David Luechtefeld (R-Okawville), who is not running for another term in 2016. In announcing her state Senate bid during a Labor ...

Who Voted For, Against Same-Sex Marriage in Illinois

The Illinois House on Tuesday voted 61-54 to approve same-sex marriage in Illinois. The Senate followed suit about an hour later, and the state is now a governor's signature away from becoming the 15th to allow gay marriages. Here's how state lawmakers voted in the House and Senate. HOUSE : ...

Decision By Some Lawmakers Not To Take Their Own Pensions Seen As Ineffective And 'Purely Political'

As the state’s pension debt grows, 22 Illinois state legislators have decided not to accept state-subsidized retirement benefits. With $97 billion in unfunded liabilities — more than $20,000 for every household in the state — Illinois’ five pension funds serving teachers, state employees, university employees, judges, and legislators, are in ...

Lawmakers keep busy on the second day of veto session

By Jamey Dunn During a busy veto session day today, lawmakers voted to override Gov. Pat Quinn’s budget vetoes, approved a bill that would require publicly traded corporations to share some tax information with the public and passed a resolution that could bar the way for pay raises for public ...

Committee Membership

Sponsored Bills

  • SR 852

    Draft Stream Rules - Public

  • HJR 81

    Veterans Memorial Highway

  • SJR CA14

    Con Amend-Term Limits

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  • SJR CA15

    Conamend-Legislative Redistrct

  • SB 2038


  • SR 198

    Cpt. Albracht - Medal Of Honor

Recent Votes

SB 1854


Legislator Vote: Other

•••Yes: 3762.0
•••No: 1627.0
•••Other: 610.0
SB 763


Legislator Vote: Other

•••Yes: 4271.0
•••No: 1016.0
•••Other: 711.0
SB 2046

Third Reading

Legislator Vote: No

•••Yes: 3661.0
•••No: 1932.0
•••Other: 46.0
SB 163

Third Reading

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 5694.0
•••No: 00.0
•••Other: 35.0
HB 1


Legislator Vote: No

•••Yes: 4474.0
•••No: 1118.0
•••Other: 46.0
HB 800


Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 1386.0
•••No: 00.0
•••Other: 213.0
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