Rep. Curtis J. Tarver II

(D-Chicago)
25th District
Rep Curtis Tarver

Springfield Office:
254-S Stratton Office Building
Springfield, IL 62706
(217) 782-8121

District Office:
1303 E 53rd St.
Chicago, IL  60615
(773) 363-8870

Biography
Small business owner; plaintiff’s attorney practicing personal injury and civil rights law; former assistant to Mayor Richard M. Daley; former member Chicago Commission on Human Relations; member, DePaul USA Board of Trustees, Voices for Illinois Children and Big Shoulders Fund Chairman’s Advisory Council; Economic Club of Chicago; B.S., Iowa State University; J.D., University of Iowa College of Law; proud father of one daughter.
Tarver Brings Redistricting Committee to South Side of Chicago to Hear Local Input

Tarver Brings Redistricting Committee to South Side of Chicago to Hear Local Input

CHICAGO – State Rep. Curtis J. Tarver II, D-Chicago, is working to make local voices heard in Illinois’ redistricting process by bringing a public hearing of the House Redistricting Committee to Chicago’s Southside on Saturday, April 3 at 12 p.m. The hearing will be held virtually and in person at Compassion Baptist Church located at 2650 E. 95th St. in Chicago.

Tarver Named Vice-Chair of Judicial-Civil Committee and Redistricting Committee, Fighting to Make Illinois Equitable for All

Tarver Announces Committee Assignments, Fighting to Protect Funding for Local Businesses and Reduce Impacts of Global Warming

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – To ensure that the state has an appropriate revenue stream that aids all communities and helps small businesses thrive, state Rep. Curtis J. Tarver II, D-Chicago, will be serving as Vice-Chair of the Revenue and Finance Committee. He will also be serving on the Judiciary-Civil and Energy and Environment Committees to improve the justice system and ensure that all residents have access to clean air and water.

Tarver Brings Redistricting Committee to South Side of Chicago to Hear Local Input

Tarver Introduces Bill to Eliminate Standardized Testing for Pre-School Enrollment, Enhance Opportunities for Low-Income and Minority Students

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – To ensure academic success for all Chicago Public School (CPS) students, especially those of a low-income or minority status, state Rep. Curtis J. Tarver II, D-Chicago, has introduced a new measure that will prohibit CPS from requiring students entering pre-K to take a standardized test to be admitted to a selective enrollment school.

Tarver Brings Redistricting Committee to South Side of Chicago to Hear Local Input

Tarver Begins New Term, Continues Fight against Police Brutality and Other Issues Plaguing Black Community

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – Following a lame duck session that highlighted the Illinois Legislative Black Caucus’ agenda to end police brutality and provide resources to the black community, state Rep. Curtis J. Tarver II, D-Chicago, was sworn into a new term where he will continue his fight for equality for minority communities. He issued the following statement at the beginning of the 102nd General Assembly: