Rep. Jay Hoffman

Assistant Majority Leader
(D-Belleville)
113th District
Rep Jay Hoffman

Springfield Office:
300 Capitol Building
Springfield, IL 62706
217-782-0104

District Office:
312 S. High St.
Belleville, IL 62220
(618) 416-7407
(618) 416-7409 FAX

Biography
Attorney; born Nov. 6, 1961, in Highland, IL; B.S., Finance, Illinois State University; J.D., St. Louis University School of Law; married, has two children.

Hoffman Measure to Ensure Justice for Sick Workers Signed by Governor

Hoffman Measure to Ensure Justice for Sick Workers Signed by Governor

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – Continuing his efforts to protect the rights of working families across Illinois, state Rep. Jay Hoffman, D-Swansea, recently passed legislation to expand workers’ access to the legal system in cases involving workplace illnesses that occur over extended periods of time.

Hoffman Encourages Jobseekers to Apply to  IDOT’s Snowbird Program

Hoffman Encourages Jobseekers to Apply to IDOT’s Snowbird Program

BELLEVILLE, Ill. – State Rep. Jay Hoffman, D-Swansea, is encouraging local jobseekers to apply to the Illinois Department of Transportation’s (IDOT) Snowbird program, a seasonal employment opportunity to perform emergency removal and control of snow and ice on area roads during the winter season.

Hoffman Appointed to Metropolitan and Regional Planning Commission Advisory Committee

Hoffman Invites Local Seniors to Fraud Prevention Seminar

GRANITE CITY, Ill. – Local residents over the age of 55 are invited to join state Rep. Jay Hoffman, D-Swansea, for a senior fraud prevention seminar he is hosting next month with the Illinois Attorney General’s office and state Reps. Katie Stuart, D-Edwardsville, and Monica Bristow, D-Alton.

Hoffman Appointed to Metropolitan and Regional Planning Commission Advisory Committee

Hoffman Calls for Governor’s Signature on Measure to Crack Down on Drivers Who Fail to Move Over for First Responders

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – In an effort to strengthen Scott’s Law, state Rep. Jay Hoffman, D-Swansea, recently passed a package of new protections for Illinois police, firemen and other first responders, including harsher penalties for drivers who fail to move over or slow down when passing an emergency vehicle on the side of the road. Hoffman’s measure has been sent to Gov. J.B. Pritzker for consideration.