• Nybo fighting plan to strip state money from local schools

    State Senator Chris Nybo (R-Elmhurst) has vowed to fight passage of Senate Bill 16 (SB 16) that would strip suburban schools of most of their state support while channeling that money to Chicago schools.This legislation could cost schools in the area 70% of their state support – support provided by local taxpayers through income and sales taxes. read more...
  • Wheaton North named one of nation's top schools

    State Senator Chris Nybo (R-Elmhurst) says the recent selection of Wheaton North High School as one of Newsweek Magazine’s top 500 schools in the nation is a sign of educational excellence that all area residents should be proud it. read more...
  • Audit finds continued problems in All Kids program

    A new state audit reveals continued problems with lax oversight in the Expanded All Kids state health insurance program. State agencies in charge of the program were cited for failing to conduct annual eligibility reviews, failure to verify income, duplicate enrollments and continuing to pay benefits for patients who were too old to qualify for the insurance program. read more...
  • On line voter registration available

    Persons have until Oct. 7 to register online to vote, a new option available this year. The Illinois State Board of Elections online voter registration site went live in June and by the end of August, about 5,000 persons had used the system. read more...
  • Nybo: To Honor Labor Day We Must Grow Jobs and Opportunity

    With Labor Day behind us, it’s critical that public officials remain committed to growing jobs and expanding opportunities for Illinoisans, says state Senator Chris Nybo (R-Elmhurst). Nybo has outlined legislative priorities to encourage job growth and expansion in Illinois. read more...

Welcome to Senator Nybo's legislative website!

Dear Friends,

Welcome! Thank you for visiting my Web site. I am pleased to serve the 24th District as your State Senator, representing the people of DuPage and Cook Counties.

I encourage you to check my Web site regularly. In an effort to keep this site informative and helpful, I frequently provide updates on important legislation and state issues pending in Springfield. This Web site is also a good resource for information on local and state services, benefits, community events and other opportunities available to Illinois residents.

Illinois is currently facing monumental obstacles, particularly as pertains to the state budget. As always, I will be an advocate for integrity and fiscal responsibility in Illinois government.

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Many thanks for allowing me to serve you as an Illinois State Senator!

Very truly yours,