Rep. Kambium Buckner

Assistant Majority Leader
(D-Chicago)
26th District
Kambium Buckner

Springfield Office:
229-E Stratton Office Building
Springfield, IL 62706
(217) 782-2023

District Office:
449 E. 35th Street
Chicago, IL 60616
(773) 924-1755
Biography
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 Introduces Collegiate Student-Athletes Bill of Rights and Improved Hazing Protection Measures

Buckner Asks Commuter Transit Authorities to Expand Public Transit Access

CHICAGO – State Rep. Kam Buckner, D-Chicago, is reaching out to leaders of the Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation District (NICTD) and Metra Metropolitan Rail as well as the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) and the Regional Transportation Authority to expand access to public transit in the greater Chicago area. 

Buckner Introduces Collegiate Student-Athletes Bill of Rights and Improved Hazing Protection Measures

Rep. Buckner Calls for Investigation following CTA Train Crash

CHICAGO – State Rep. Kam Buckner, D-Chicago, issued this statement calling for a National Transportation Safety Board investigation after a serious train crash on the CTA yellow line Thursday morning, which so far has left 23 people hospitalized-three in critical condition.

Buckner Introduces Collegiate Student-Athletes Bill of Rights and Improved Hazing Protection Measures

Rep. Buckner Calls for Investigation following CTA Train Crash

CHICAGO – State Rep. Kam Buckner, D-Chicago, issued this statement calling for a National Transportation Safety Board investigation after a serious train crash on the CTA yellow line Thursday morning, which so far has left 23 people hospitalized-three in critical condition.