Welcome

Welcome to my legislative website. I have created this tool for constituents to learn more about what I’m working on in Springfield, important information about the District, as well as local events taking place in our area.

I feel it is an honor to serve the residents of the 42nd Senate District. It is just as important that resources are available to keep you informed and give you an outlet to have your voice heard. Please take time to visit this site as it grows and see how I am working for your interests in our community.

Best Wishes,

Linda Holmes

Thank you for your interest in attending our upcoming Senior Resource Fair from 9 a.m. to noon July 23 at the Prisco Community Center (150 W. Illinois Ave., Room 103, Aurora, IL).

We will continue to update this list as more organizations register for the event.  My goal is to bring as many services and agencies that are of value to seniors to one convenient location.

Please don’t hesitate to ask any questions you may have and let my staff know if there is any way we can be of assistance. Our district office is always available at 630-801-8985, and we look forward to hearing from you! 

SeniorResourceFairParticipating Organizations:

AARP
AT&T
Attorney General's Office
Aurora Township Ride-in-Kane
Illinois Department of Veterans Affairs
Illinois State Comproller's Office
Illinois State Treasurer's Office
Illinois State Police
Kane County Health Department
Oswego Senior Center
Rush-Copley  Medical Center
Secretary of State's Mobile Unit
VNA Healthcare Fox Valley
Walgreens
Waubonsee Lifelong Learning Institute

Click on the above flyer for more information.

Questions? Contact Christine at Senator Holmes' office: 630-801-8985.

 

“The compromise allows businesses ample time to sell the products they currently have while designing environmentally-friendly alternatives.” - State Senator Linda Holmes

microbeadsRSPRINGFIELD - State Senator Linda Holmes (D-Aurora) was a co-sponsor of the legislation that bans the use of micro-beads in Illinois. The bill was signed by Governor Pat Quinn on Sunday.

“This plan is the result of an agreement between environmental groups and manufacturers,” Holmes said. “The compromise allows businesses ample time to sell the products they currently have while designing environmentally-friendly alternatives.”

Micro-beads, small, plastic spheres in personal care products, can cause serious environmental damage according to recent studies. 

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