Rep. Anna Moeller

(D-Elgin)
43rd District
Rep Anna Moeller

Springfield Office:
246-W Stratton Office Building
Springfield, IL   62706
(217) 782-8020

District Office:
164 Division Street
Suite 103
Elgin, IL  60120
(847) 841-7130
(847) 841-7140 FAX

Biography
Full-time legislator; BA History and MPA, Northern Illinois University; Edgar Fellow, University of Illinois: former Councilwoman, City of Elgin; former Executive Director, McHenry County Council of Governments; former member of the City of Elgin Planning and Development Commission and Human Relations Commission, former Vice-President of the Northeast Neighborhood Association, former volunteer ESL tutor for the Elgin Literacy Connection, former Treasurer for the Channing Elementary School PTO. Member of the Elgin Area Branch of the Association of American University Women; married, has two children.
Latino Caucus Invites Communities to Join Census Tour and Make Sure Everyone is Counted

Latino Caucus Invites Communities to Join Census Tour and Make Sure Everyone is Counted

CHICAGO – To highlight the importance of participating in the 2020 Census, state Rep. Elizabeth “Lisa” Hernandez, D-Cicero, and State Sen. Omar Aquino, D-Chicago are inviting residents throughout the Chicagoland area to join them and fellow members of the Latino Caucus and the Illinois Latino Caucus Foundation on Saturday, Sept. 7 at their various visits of Latino-owned businesses, which include Mi Tierra en la Villita.

Latino Caucus Invites Communities to Join Census Tour and Make Sure Everyone is Counted

Latino Caucus Condemns Trump’s Racist Rhetoric, Calls for Action on Gun Safety Reforms

CHICAGO – In light of the horrific hate-driven attack in El Paso, the Illinois Legislative Latino Caucus released the following statement condemning Donald Trump for his racist rhetoric as it is inciting violence towards Latinos and immigrants, and called for action on the Fix the FOID Act, which remained in the state Senate after passing the House this spring.

Latino Caucus Invites Communities to Join Census Tour and Make Sure Everyone is Counted

Latino Caucus Responds to SCOTUS Decision on Census Citizenship Question

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – The Illinois Legislative Latino Caucus released the following statement urging Congress to hold additional hearings on the politically motivated citizenship question for the 2020 Census, as the Supreme Court’s decision leaves open the possibility for the Trump Administration to find another way to justify it:

Latino Caucus Invites Communities to Join Census Tour and Make Sure Everyone is Counted

Latino Caucus Reforms to Protect, Lift Up Immigrant Community Await Governor’s Signature

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – State Rep. Elizabeth “Lisa” Hernandez, D-Cicero, state Rep. Celina Villanueva, D-Chicago, and fellow members of the Illinois Legislative Latino Caucus worked to advance a series of reforms this spring that will put in place additional state-level protections to combat Donald Trump’s bigoted agenda and ensure Illinois supports and lifts up its immigrant community.

Moeller Champions Lower Taxes on Middle Class, Secures Abortion Rights and Equal Pay, Supports Affordable Health Care

Moeller Champions Lower Taxes on Middle Class, Secures Abortion Rights and Equal Pay, Supports Affordable Health Care

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – State Rep. Anna Moeller, D-Elgin, took steps towards building a stronger Illinois through her work passing the Fair Tax amendment, which relieved the tax burden on the middle-class; fighting for reproductive health and equal pay legislation to preserve women’s rights across the state; and pushing for more accessible and affordable health care.

Latino Caucus Invites Communities to Join Census Tour and Make Sure Everyone is Counted

Latino Caucus Applauds Dr. Carmen Ayala’s Historic Appointment as Head of ISBE

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – The Illinois Legislative Latino Caucus commends Governor J.B. Pritzker’s commitment to diversity in appointing Dr. Carmen Ayala as the superintendent of the Illinois State Board of Education, making her not only the first Latina, but the first person of color and a woman to serve as the permanent superintendent.