Rep. Fran Hurley

(D-Chicago)
35th District
Rep Fran Hurley
Springfield Office:
281-S Stratton Office Building
Springfield, IL   62706
(217) 782-8200
Chicago Office:
10400 S. Western
Chicago, IL  60643
(773) 445-8128
(773) 672-5144 FAX

Orland Hills Office:
16033 S 94th Avenue
Orland Hills, IL 60487
(708) 233-9703

Biography
Full-time state legislator and lifelong resident of the southwest community; graduate of Saint Barnabas Elementary School, Mother McAuley High School, and Saint Xavier University; former aide to Chicago aldermen Ginger Rugai and Matthew O’Shea; member of the Saint Christina Parish, Mt. Greenwood Civic Association; former director of the Saint Christina Manna Program and past volunteer for Christ Hospital’s Ronald McDonald House, Misercordia, Y-Me softball tournament, PADS, Marist High School, Mt. Greenwood Party in the Park, and Merrionette Park Youth Softball; lives in Mt. Greenwood and has three children.

Hurley Reminds Families about Aug. 5 – Aug. 14 Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday

Hurley and Cunningham to Host Coffee and Conversation Saturday, Aug. 20

CHICAGO – State Rep. Fran Hurley and state Sen. Bill Cunningham are encouraging residents to share their thoughts on state and local issues at an upcoming Coffee and Conversation, scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 20 from 9 to 10 a.m. at the Starbucks located at 9438 S. Ashland Ave. in Chicago.

State Lawmakers to Hold Hearing on Gun Crimes Thursday Morning

State Lawmakers to Hold Hearing on Gun Crimes Thursday Morning

CHICAGO – The bipartisan House Public Safety and Violence Prevention Task Force, chaired by state Rep. La Shawn K. Ford, D-Chicago, and state Rep. Fran Hurley, D-Chicago, will convene Thursday, July 28 at 10 a.m. for a virtual hearing on gun crimes, current efforts to curb violence and how the state can take action to help save lives.

Hurley Reminds Families about Aug. 5 – Aug. 14 Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday

Cunningham, Hurley propose legislation to curb CPD’s canceled day-off policy

CHICAGO – State Senator Bill Cunningham and State Representative Fran Hurley introduced legislation to legally require the city of Chicago to give police officers a minimum of one day off each week. The proposal is designed to end the city’s practice of routinely canceling officer’s regularly-scheduled days off to make up for chronic staffing shortages.