Rep. Delia Ramirez

Assistant Majority Leader
(D-Chicago)
4th District
Rep Delia Ramirez

Springfield Office:
632 Capitol Building
Springfield, IL 62706
(217) 782-0150

District Office:
4053 W. Armitage Ave.
Chicago, IL 60639
(773) 799-8219

Biography
Full-time legislator; social service administrator, community organizer, and policy advocate; B.A. in Justice Studies from Northeastern Illinois University; former founding executive director of the Center for Changing Lives; former board chair of Latin United Community Housing Association and Logan Square Neighborhood Association; daughter of immigrant parents, and the first Guatemalan-American to serve in the Illinois General Assembly.
Ramirez to Host Housing Fair to Fight Housing Instability as Eviction Moratorium Ends

Ramirez to Host Housing Fair to Fight Housing Instability as Eviction Moratorium Ends

CHICAGO, Ill – State Rep. Delia Ramirez, D-Chicago, is hosting a Housing Fair to combat housing instability in the Chicagoland area. The event will be held Saturday, Oct. 2, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Association House of Chicago, located at 1116 North Kedzie Avenue. Representative Ramirez and Senator Aquino will make remarks to attendees and media at 10:15.

Rep. Ramirez Withdraws Motion on Elected Chicago School Board Bill, Legislation to be Sent to Governor

Rep. Ramirez Withdraws Motion on Elected Chicago School Board Bill, Legislation to be Sent to Governor

CHICAGO – State Representative Delia Ramirez, D-Chicago, has lifted her motion to reconsider HB 2908. The legislation that creates a path to a fully-elected school board for Chicago Public Schools will now be sent to the governor’s desk. This action comes after meeting with stakeholders to begin discussing outstanding issues that may be addressed in trailer legislation during the fall veto session.

Illinois House Passes Bills to Protect Renters, Homeowners and Advance Health Equity

Illinois House Passes Bills to Protect Renters, Homeowners and Advance Health Equity

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – Today, the Illinois House of Representatives passed major, time-sensitive bills to protect underserved communities struggling through the pandemic and set Illinois on a path toward improved health equity. This was a significant day-of-action on the heels of the Democratic Caucus’s promise to swiftly respond to the multiple crises facing the state during the pandemic.