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Area congressman announces new district director

From Illinois Business Journal news services

DECATUR – U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis, R-Taylorville, says Helen Albert will assume the role as district director.

Albert, a native of Blue Mound, will continue to be based out of Davis’ Decatur office and will oversee district operations, which inclues Davis’ territory in Metro East.

She has served as a constituent services representative for Davis since 2013 and prior to that she worked for Illinois state Sens. Duane Noland, Frank Watson, and Kyle McCarter.

As district director, Albert will manage Davis’ six district offices and oversee constituent services.

“I am thrilled to announce Helen Albert as my district director,” said Davis. “I have known Helen for many years and know she will do a great job managing our operations in the district. Helen’s experience, extensive knowledge of the district, and strong ties to the Decatur community have made her an invaluable member of our team and I look forward to having her in this new role.”

“I am honored and excited for the opportunity to manage Congressman Davis’ district operations,” said Albert. “We have an outstanding team in place to serve the residents of the 13th District and the Congressman’s staff and I will continue to work to ensure constituents across the district get the help they need.”

The position of district director became available last month when Davis’ former staffer, Tim Butler, was appointed by Gov. Bruce Rauner to represent the 87th State House District.

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