Rep. Lisa Hernandez

Assistant Majority Leader
(D-Cicero)
24th District
Rep Lisa Hernandez

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Springfield Office:
109 Capitol Building
Springfield, IL 62706
(217) 782-8173

District Office:
6117 West Cermak Road
Cicero, IL 60804
(708) 222-5240

Biography
Full-time state legislator; former Senior Policy Advisor to Lt. Governor Patrick Quinn; administrator in Cicero public schools for 17 years; community volunteer and current member of Children’s Center of Cicero and Berwyn, Cicero Youth Services, and Pilsen-Little Village Mental Health Agency; Labor Council for Latin American Development member; former UFCW member; AA in Liberal Arts, Morton College (2001), coursework in public administration, Governors State University; married (Charlie) and mother of two daughters and one son

Hernandez to Host Cicero Census Finale

Hernandez to Host Cicero Census Finale

CICERO, Ill. – As a final push for all community members to get counted, state Rep. Lisa Hernandez, D-Cicero, is hosting a grand finale to the census from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 28 at Cicero Community Park. The event will feature a prayer of healing, food, and much more.

Hernández Presenta un Sitio de Prueba de Coronavirus Móvil gratis, una Entrega de Alimentos y un Evento del Censo en la Escuela Secundaria Unity Jr.

Hernández Presenta un Sitio de Prueba de Coronavirus Móvil gratis, una Entrega de Alimentos y un Evento del Censo en la Escuela Secundaria Unity Jr.

CICERO, Ill. – Mientras la pandemia de COVID-19 continúa, la representante estatal Lisa Hernández, D-Cicero, está destacando la apertura de un sitio móvil de pruebas de COVID-19 en Cícero junto con una entrega de alimentos presentada por el Gran Depósito de Alimentos de Chicago. La asistencia para completar el cuestionario del censo también se proporcionará.

Latino Caucus Responds to Murder of George Floyd

Latino Caucus: We Will Get Through This Together | Caucus Latino: Superaremos Esto Juntos

CHICAGO – The Illinois Legislative Latino Caucus released the following statement amid Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s “stay at home” order, urging local families to contact their constituent service offices via phone or email in order to continue connecting them to resources, as well as to follow the recommendations of medical experts.