Sen. Iris Y. MartinezDear friends,

Thank you for visiting my legislative website. I am honored to serve members of the 20th district and I look forward to the opportunity to serve you during the 101st General Assembly.

Your opinions are always appreciated, and I urge you to contact my Chicago office (773-278-2020) or my Springfield office (217-782-8191) if you have any questions or concerns.

To learn more about current legislative issues, please visit the General Assembly website at www.ilga.gov or the Senate Democratic Caucus website at www.illinoissenatedemocrats.com.

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National Hispanic Heritage Month recognizes the positive influence Latinos have on our country, while celebrating their diverse heritage and culture. From sports, entertainment and media to business and politics, Latinos are making amazing contributions to America. Happy Hispanic Heritage Month!

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FloorMartinezWebYesterday, the General Assembly approved legislation that upholds the value of democracy by letting voters decide who will serve as Illinois' comptroller.

When Judy Baar Topinka, who had just been elected for a second term as comptroller - one of the state's two elected fiscal officers - passed away tragically and unexpectedly in December, state law allowed the governor to choose her successor. Because the governor-elect, who will take his oath of office on Monday, is authorized to appoint a comptroller for the new term, Illinois could have an unelected individual serving for four years in what the state constitution created to be an elected office.

I did not believe this was the right approach, so I was proud to vote in favor of a successful proposal to hold a special election for comptroller in November 2016. Voters will be able to choose someone to serve as comptroller for the next two years at the same time they go to the polls to vote for U.S. president and other offices. The people have a right to determine who represents them in government, and I will always stand up and speak out for that right.

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Office Information

Springfield Office:
413 Capitol Building
Springfield, IL 62706
(217) 782-8191
District Office:
2921 N. Milwaukee Ave.
Chicago, IL 60618
(773) 278-2020

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