SPRINGFIELD – State Representative Sara Wojcicki Jimenez (R-Springfield) is calling on state agencies to study the feasibility of moving state jobs to Springfield.

“Springfield is very proud to be Illinois’ capital city,” Jimenez said. “As many state functions and as many state employees as possible should be based here in the seat of state government.”

Jimenez has introduced a resolution calling on agencies under the statewide elected officials to compile a report listing the number of state employees in each county, their job description and a justification of why those positions, specifically upper and middle management, cannot be located in Springfield. The report would not require detailed information about direct service workers, just the number of such positions by division and facility.


On Wednesday, members of the House and Senate joined together in marking Go Red Day at the Capitol in support of the American Heart Association. Heart disease is the number one cause of death for women in America. The annual Go Red event helps to promote awareness of heart health for women of all ages throughout Illinois.

State Representative Sara Wojcicki Jimenez (R-Springfield) offered her thoughts following Governor Rauner's 2016 Budget Address on Wednesday at the State Capitol. Jimenez said she believes compromise between the two parties is the "only path forward" in the effort to craft a state budget.
SPRINGFIELD - State Representative Sara Wojcicki Jimenez (R-Springfield) led the Illinois House of Representatives on Tuesday in honoring her predecessor, former Representative Raymond Poe, who resigned from the House last November to become the new director of the Illinois Department of Agriculture.


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“The only way forward at the museum, and with all the other things we work on every day, is in the spirit of compromise,” says Wojcicki Jimenez.  “And, to keep working at it until we find a solution.  I think this is a good example of that today.”

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State Representative Sara Wojcicki Jimenez (R-Springfield) is co-sponsoring a bill that would cancel an automatic cost of living raise for state legislators that is set to go into effect on July 1. Illinois law states that the raise is automatic if the House and Senate do not enact legislation to stop it.
Representative Sara Wojcicki Jimenez (R-Springfield) is co-sponsoring a resolution which calls on the state of Illinois to move to a two-year budget cycle instead of the current annual budget.