Hultgren opens district offices, announces open house

By on March 12, 2011

GENEVA—U.S. Rep. Randy Hultgren (IL-14) recently announced the opening of three district office locations and an upcoming open house in the 14th Congressional District.

“Maintaining three office locations throughout the district will allow my staff and I to remain accessible and properly serve all of the residents of the 14th Congressional District,” Hultgren said. “I urge any individual constituent that has concerns to please call or visit one of our offices so that my staff and I can assist you with your issue.”

The district office locations are:
• Geneva—1797 W. State St., Suite A. Hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
• Dixon, Ill.—119 West First St. Hours are 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday.
• Geneseo, Ill.—100 West Main St. Hours are by appointment.

Rep. Hultgren also announced that he will  host an open house at the Geneva office from 11 a.m. to noon on Monday, March 14, for residents to stop by, meet the staff and ask any questions about the services the office offers. The office has been up and running since January and serves as a method to provide the district with help and personal assistance when dealing with federal government agencies, as well as keeping constituents up-to-date on important issues in Congress.


  1. genekent

    March 13, 2011 at 8:06 AM

    Even their office hours are not for working families. Hultgren is publically advocating home schooling, saying that home schooling is good for growing conservative values and movements. Then he voted for deep cuts are being made which are completely dominated by party politics agenda rather than people’s interest. The hardest hits are on education, student loan program, science and technology while protecting tax cuts for the wealthiest Americans and corporations who ship American jobs overseas and his government paid congressional health care and pension. This is completely irresponsible and threatens jobs and economic growth, hampers our global competitiveness and harms the people hurting most: working families and the middle class. What happen to “creating jobs” promise?

  2. RM

    March 13, 2011 at 8:07 PM

    I imagine the same thing happened that happens with all promises made to get elected. Make promises you can’t keep or have no possible hope of effecting and jump on the Party bandwagon. The Republican Party can’t create jobs. They’re too busy taking from the needy to give to the greedy. Hultgren needs to cut his budget and return his office funds to the taxpayers. Having three offices open while we’re working is wasteful.