Brandun Schweizer selected as 104th District State Representative

Champaign, Illinois – Today, Brandun Schweizer was selected by the 104th Representative District Committee to fill the vacancy of retiring State Representative Michael Marron in the Illinois House of Representatives.

“I am honored to be the new Representative for the 104th District and serve the residents of Champaign and Vermilion counties,” said Brandun Schweizer. “Serving our community as State Representative will allow me to prioritize real relief for taxpayers, entice businesses to build and grow here, and work to rebuild trust in government.”

Brandun is a retired United States Marine Corps Master Sergeant. He served as an Intelligence Chief, Equal Opportunity Advisor, and Recruiter during his 21-year career. After his retirement from the USMC earlier this year, Brandun began working for the City of Danville as a Code Enforcement Inspector. Brandun is a member of IBEW labor union.

Brandun and his wife are the founders of Tiny Troops Soccer, an organization active on military bases which teaches children the basics of soccer, to build skill and passion for the sport and create friendships among the student athletes.

“The Illinois House Republicans are happy to welcome Brandun, who has a decorated history of public service,” said House Minority Leader Tony McCombie. “A retired Marine who served several combat tours, he is someone with proven leadership skills and experience to fight for working families and our most vulnerable. As a father and business owner, he wants Illinois to be a place where his children will be able to stay safe and succeed.”

Brandun and his wife, Amy, reside in Danville with their three children.