Thomas R. "Tom" Morrison is a Republican member of the Illinois General Assembly, 54th district, first elected in November 2010. Morrison defeated incumbent State Representative Suzanne Bassi in the Republican primary on February 2, 2010, receiving 54.3% of the vote, to Bassi's 45.7%. Morrison went on to defeat Democrat Matt Flamm in the general election, receiving 61.9% of the vote, to Flamm's 38.1%. Morrison defeated Richard Rudd in 2012 with 59.08 % of the vote. He won the 2014 election against Laddi Singh with 65.92% of the vote, and in 2016, he ran unopposed. In 2018, he defeated Maggie Trevor.

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  • Thomas R. "Tom" Morrison is a Republican member of the Illinois General Assembly, 54th district, first elected in November 2010. Morrison defeated incumbent State Representative Suzanne Bassi in the Republican primary on February 2, 2010, receiving 54.3% of the vote, to Bassi's 45.7%. Morrison went on to defeat Democrat Matt Flamm in the general election, receiving 61.9% of the vote, to Flamm's 38.1%. Morrison defeated Richard Rudd in 2012 with 59.08 % of the vote. He won the 2014 election against Laddi Singh with 65.92% of the vote, and in 2016, he ran unopposed. In 2018, he defeated Maggie Trevor. Morrison is a graduate of Hillsdale College. He has been a radio news reporter and anchor in Iowa, a 5th-grade teacher at Christian Liberty Academy of Arlington Heights, which his parents helped found in 1969, for six years, and a ServPro franchise owner of Palatine/Rolling Meadows and Elk Grove/Itasca/Roselle. Rep. Morrison has been a strong proponent of pension reform. He led the movement to end Illinois taxpayer-funded legislative pensions. In the 2016 Republican Party presidential primaries, Morrison was a delegate pledged to the presidential campaign of Marco Rubio. Rep. Morrison is also known as a hardliner on social issues. He authored legislation denying young transgender children access to the restroom of their identity. He opposes abortion in all circumstances, including rape and incest, voted No on an equal pay bill, and also voted no on the ERA. Previously, he attempted to Constitutionally ban same-sex marriage in Illinois. (en)
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  • Thomas R. "Tom" Morrison is a Republican member of the Illinois General Assembly, 54th district, first elected in November 2010. Morrison defeated incumbent State Representative Suzanne Bassi in the Republican primary on February 2, 2010, receiving 54.3% of the vote, to Bassi's 45.7%. Morrison went on to defeat Democrat Matt Flamm in the general election, receiving 61.9% of the vote, to Flamm's 38.1%. Morrison defeated Richard Rudd in 2012 with 59.08 % of the vote. He won the 2014 election against Laddi Singh with 65.92% of the vote, and in 2016, he ran unopposed. In 2018, he defeated Maggie Trevor. (en)
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