Lisa M. Dugan
|Lisa M. Dugan|
|Member of the Illinois House of Representatives
from the 79th district
December 2003 – January 2013
|Preceded by||John Philip Novak|
|Succeeded by||Kate Cloonen|
|Born||September 20, 1969|
Lisa M. Dugan is a former Democratic member of the Illinois House of Representatives who represented the 79th District from January 2003 until January 2013. The district she represented included all or parts of Monee, Peotone, Manteno, Grant Park, Bradley, Kankakee, Aroma Park, St. Anne, Hopkins Park, Papineau, Martinton and Donovan.
Early Life & Career
Dugan is an electrician by trade and currently a member of IBEW Local 176. A lifelong volunteer in the community she has served on over fifty volunteer boards including serving as President of the Bradley-Bourbannis Chamber of Commerce from 1998-2003.
Dugan was first appointed to the Illinois House of Representatives in December 2003 after Phil Novak was appointed chairman of the Illinois Pollution Control Board. In the 97th General Assembly she has been appointed to serve as the Chairperson of the House Agriculture & Conservation committee. Her Elementary & Secondary Education, State Government Administration (Vice-Chairperson), Health Care Availability Access, Veterans' Affairs, Tourism & Conventions and the Appropriations committee for Human Services.
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- Illinois General Assembly - Representative Lisa M. Dugan (D) 79th District official IL House website
- Project Vote Smart - Representative Lisa M. Dugan (IL) profile
- Follow the Money - Lisa M Dugan
- Illinois House Democrats - Lisa M. Dugan profile
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