Villa Park, Ill. – State Rep. Diane Blair-Sherlock, D-Villa Park, is urging community members to reach out to her office with any bill ideas they may have for the new legislative session.
“Going forward into the 103rd General Assembly, I am committed to working alongside my community to pass meaningful legislation that will serve our district and state,” Blair-Sherlock said. “In order to do so, I must first hear about the issues that trouble our community.” “It is important that I listen to all members of our community, especially the most vulnerable, to gain an understanding of their insightful perspectives on issues they face that may be unbeknown to others.”
As the 2023 session is steadily approaching, community members are welcome to submit suggestions of bill ideas and or any feedback to Blair-Sherlock’s constituent office by email at StateRep46@gmail.com or attend her monthly district meeting held on Zoom. Click on the registration link http://bit.ly/3QOAJrw to sign up.
“As I begin my first term in office representing the 43rd district in Springfield, I plan on advancing the interest of our community, all while keeping in mind our shared values and objectives,” Blair-Sherlock said.“That is why I urge you to share any bill ideas you may have, no matter how small or big they may be. Please remember that your voices are what keep our democracy functioning.”