Rep John D’Amico

(D-Chicago)
15th District
Rep John D'Amico

Springfield Office:
279-S Stratton Office Building
Springfield, IL   62706
(217) 782-8198
(217) 782-2906 FAX

District Office:
4404 W. Lawrence Avenue
Chicago, IL  60630
(773) 736-0218
(773) 736-2333 FAX

Biography
Born June 12, 1962; graduated from St. Edward Elementary School and Weber High School in Chicago; attended Northeastern Illinois University; Assistant Superintendent for Chicago Water Department; member, Edgebrook Community Association, St. Edwards Athletic Advisory Committee, City Club of Chicago, Mayfair Lions Club, Queen of All Saints Men’s Club and the Edgebrook Sauganash Athletic Association; married, and has three children.

D’Amico Applauds Beverage Tax Repeal by Cook County Board

D’Amico Applauds Beverage Tax Repeal by Cook County Board

CHICAGO – State Rep. John D’Amico, D-Chicago, issued the following statement on Wednesday after the repeal of the Cook County Beverage Tax by the Cook County Board. “Today was a victory for middle-class families and small-business owners. It was a loss for insiders...

D’Amico Hosting Free Self-Defense  Seminar for Women

D’Amico Hosting Free Self-Defense Seminar for Women

CHICAGO – To help equip local women with skills they can use to protect themselves during life-threatening situations, state Rep. John D’Amico, D-Chicago, is hosting a free Women’s Self-Defense Seminar on Monday, Nov. 6 from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Mayfair Library,...

D’Amico: Protect Students, Not Student Loan Sharks

D’Amico: Protect Students, Not Student Loan Sharks

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – State Rep. John D’Amico, D-Chicago, is calling on the Illinois General Assembly to protect students by overriding Gov. Bruce Rauner’s veto of a new “Student Loan Bill of Rights” geared towards protecting students from predatory lending. “Gov....

D’Amico Measure Protecting Pre-Existing Conditions Becomes Law

D’Amico Measure Protecting Pre-Existing Conditions Becomes Law

CHICAGO – Legislation backed by state Rep. John D’Amico, D-Chicago, aimed at protecting the 1.3 million Illinoisans who would lose their health insurance under President Trump’s proposed healthcare changes—particularly if they have a pre-existing condition—was...