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p-harrisI am proud to serve as the State Senator from Illinois’ 15th District, representing parts of Cook and Will Counties, covering the 9th Ward of Chicago in the north in Cook and Blue Island in the north, Calumet City in the east, part of Oak Forrest and Homewood in the west, and Steger in the south in Will County. My district also includes the cities of Dolton, Riverdale, South Holland, Harvey, Midlothian, Glenwood, Markham, Crete and Monee.

I hope you’ll find this site a useful resource in keeping up-to-date with what’s happening in our district and in Springfield. Please contact any of my offices with questions or ways I can better serve you.

It is my honor to represent you in Springfield.

Sincerely, 

State Senator Napoleon B. Harris, III
15th Legislative District

Senator Napoleon Harris III will co-host a meeting for school officials, board members and the public with Rep. William Davis and Rep. Thaddeus Jones to discuss Senate Bill 16, a measure that would change the distribution of resources for school funding statewide.  Staff from the Illinois State Board of Education and from Senator Andy Manar's office will attend to describe the scope of the bill and answer questions; Sen. Manar is the bill's sponsor. Here are the details:

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Earlier this summer, I hosted a minority small business forum where representatives of the minority-owned business community, legislative leaders and representatives from the state government all came together to discuss government programs available to small business owners looking for a pathway to success in Illinois. The discussion focused on topics ranging from the obstacles small businesses face when seeking government contracts to how we can create more jobs for a wider range of workers, representing all backgrounds.

I believe that the overall success of the forum was showcased in the emphatic tone taken by several of the participants when calling for more job opportunities and a better, balanced business environment in Illinois.

I echo this sentiment and will be working hard to implement the ideas and suggestions put forth in this forum in the upcoming legislative year.

Senator Napoleon Harris invites you to learn more and sign up for health care via the Affordable Care Act, also known as Get Covered Illinois. Get your questions answered Wednesday, October 30 from 6:30 - 8:30 pm at Thornton Township High School. See details below.

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Harris-fraud-foreclosure-flierFinancial scams are a common problem today. One of the most notorious threats can be predatory lenders and servicers. Learning how to avoid financial predators and pitfalls is your best defense against financial fraud, and learning how to navigate the foreclosure process can be crucial to family financial security.

I would like to invite you to join me for my Fraud and Foreclosure Workshop on April 23 at the Gloria Taylor Banquet Hall located at 14821 Broadway Ave in Harvey. Let’s take this time to learn how to better protect our homes and safely navigate the foreclosure process.

A representative from the attorney general’s office and I will be hosting this event from 6 to 7:30 p.m. April 23 providing presentations on these two critical issues affecting Americans today.

I expect this event to be a valuable opportunity for engaged citizens to learn about innovative ways to safeguard themselves from threats to their finances and homes. And if you are going through a foreclosure right now, we will work with you on the best ways to get through the process.

Space is limited, and we want to make sure everyone seeking information or help has an opportunity to receive it. To RSVP, contact my district office at 708-893-0552.

 

 

 

 

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Contact Info

Springfield Office:
Senator 15th District
M108 Capitol
Springfield, IL 62706
(217) 782-8066

District Office:
369 E. 147th St., Unit H
Harvey, IL 60426
(708) 893-0552
(708) 566-4108 FAX