Rep. Kambium Buckner

26th District
Kambium Buckner
Springfield Office:
252-W Stratton Office Building
Springfield, IL 62706
(217) 782-2023
District Office:
449 E. 35th Street
Chicago, IL 60616
(773) 924-1755
Vice president of governmental affairs, Outfront Media; former executive director of World Sport Chicago, a youth development nonprofit; former manager of neighborhood and government relations for the Chicago Cubs; former aide to United States Senator Richard J. Durbin and New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu; former member, Chicago State University Board of Trustees; board member, South Side YMCA and Getting Grown Collective; member, Economic Club of Chicago; B.A., University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign; J.D., DePaul University College of Law.
Buckner Highlights Extended, Reformed Paycheck Protection Program for Small Businesses

Buckner Prioritizes Affordable Health Care

CHICAGO, Ill. – State Rep. Kam Buckner, D-Chicago is fighting to build a stronger Illinois by supporting an initiative to explore potential solutions to make health insurance more affordable.

Ahead of Filing Deadline, Buckner Highlights Tax Filing Tips

Buckner Encourages Students to Apply for Illinois Legislative Black Caucus Foundation Scholarship

CHICAGO – State Rep. Kam Buckner, D-Chicago, is encouraging incoming and current college students to apply for the Illinois Legislative Black Caucus Foundation (ILBCF) Scholarship, the deadline for which has been extended to June 4 due to COVID-19. The scholarship is meant to provide educational resources and financial opportunities for African-American students throughout Illinois and has successfully awarded over $750,000 in educational support since its inception in 2005.

Buckner Advocates for Essential Workers, Backs Measure Expanding Workers’ Comp.

Buckner Shares Alzheimer’s Resources during COVID-19

CHICAGO – Keeping in mind the unique challenges residents with Alzheimer’s or dementia and their families are facing, state Rep. Kam Buckner, D-Chicago, is promoting additional support resources from the Alzheimer’s Association during the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic.