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1 Key Facts on Illinois Immigrants: A publication made possible with support of the Illinois Department of Human Services to the Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty Law Map displays foreign-born groups with 10,000+ members in Illinois, as counted in the American Community Survey. These include persons of all immigration statuses.

2 Page Population Trends Number of Immigrants 44 Countries of Origin77 Place of Residence88 Key Measures of Integration1010 Naturalization1111 Income 1212 Educational Attainment1313 Growth of Immigrant Population Place of Residence1414 Port-of-Entry2525 New Immigrant Neighborhoods2727 Impact on Legislative Districts Illinois Senate3232 Illinois House of Representatives Table of Contents

3 Population Trends 3

4 Foreign Born Population in Illinois: NumberPercent of Total Total 12,785, % Native Born 11,072, % Foreign Born 1,712, % Source: American Community Survey There are 1.7 million immigrants in the state of Illinois. The state has the fifth largest foreign-born population in the nation. Foreign-born persons are nearly 14 percent or more than one in seven Illinois residents. 4 Foreign-Born Population In Illinois

5 The number of immigrants in Illinois is at an all-time high, and has risen steadily since the 1960s, when federal immigration laws were substantially revised. The foreign-born percent of the Illinois population has also been rising since the 1960s, yet immigrants are a much smaller share of the states population then they were a century ago. Sources: Decennial censuses; 2009 refers to American Community Survey 5 Immigration over Time

6 Sources: Decennial censuses; 2009 refers to American Community Survey Foreign Born Growth Over Previous Decade Foreign Born Population in Illinois Change from previous census Percent change from previous census ,272128, % 20001,529,058576, % 20091,712,527183, % 6 Growth of Foreign Born in Illinois Immigration has slowed significantly in Illinois. The foreign-born population grew by almost 61 percent during the 1990s, but between 2000 and the period the population rose only 12 percent.

7 Foreign-Born Population Change by Top 10 Countries of Origin Change from 1990 to 2009 Total952,2721,529,0581,712, % Mexico281,651617,828687, % Poland80,594139,710148, % India40,81783,916114, % Philippines49,11967,07279, % China * 30,11150,70564, % Korea30,05840,68144, % Germany39,92032,76429, % Italy33,81227,66122, % Guatemala12,49320,12121, % Ukraine ** N/A20,72921,694N/A * Including Hong Kong and Taiwan in all periods ** Ukraine was part of the Soviet Union and not a sovereign country in 1990 Source: Decennial censuses; 2009 refers to American Community Survey Immigrants from Mexico comprise the largest portion of all foreign-born groups in Illinois, at 688,000 persons in Of large immigrant groups, India and Mexico represent the fastest growing populations. 7 Countries of Origin

8 The collar counties are experiencing the fastest growth in immigrant population. The foreign born have risen in number by more than 200 percent in Kane, Lake, McHenry and Will counties since The collar counties are home to 483,000 immigrants. In the city of Chicago, however, the number of foreign born declined by more than 5% since the year Source: Decennial censuses; 2009 refers to American Community Survey Residence of Foreign Born Change 1990 to 2009 Illinois952,2721,529,0581,712,52780% Chicago Metro879,8631,416,8901,561,98378% Cook717,3171,064,7031,079,10250% DuPage71,335138,656165,433132% Kane26,10063,51685,367227% Lake41,58395,536126,094203% McHenry7,87618,76431,306297% Will15,65235,71574,681377% Rest of Illinois72,409112,168150,544108% Residence of Foreign Born Change 1990 to 2009 Illinois952,2721,529,0581,712,52780% Chicago469,187628,903593,25526% Cook Suburbs248,130435,800485,84796% Collar Counties Suburbs162,546352,187482,881197% Rest of Illinois72,409112,168150,544108% 8 Click Here For A More Detailed Look at Immigrants by Counties Click Here For A More Detailed Look at Immigrants by Counties Residence of Immigrants in Illinois

9 Source: Decennial censuses; 2009 refers to American Community Survey 9 The graph below illustrates the declining numbers of immigrants in Chicago, the flattening of immigrant growth in suburban Cook, and the rising share of regional immigrants in the collar counties. The Rise of the Suburbs

10 Key Measures of Integration 10 With its long history of immigration, a key question for Illinois is the extent to which immigrant populations are integrating into society. Three key measures of immigrant integration are citizenship, income and education.

11 Naturalization is the voluntary process by which legal immigrants become U.S. citizens. The percent of immigrants who are naturalized is an important indicator of immigrant integration. Naturalization rates of Illinois immigrants have risen since the year 2000, after a decline during the 1990s.* About 44 percent of immigrants are U.S. citizens. Naturalization rates are highest among long- established groups from Europe, and lowest among the Mexican population. Naturalization Rates by Top 10 Countries of Origin All Foreign Born44.6%39.4%44.8% Mexico24.3%23.9%26.9% Poland44.5%42.4%53.4% India36.8%39.6%50.2% Philippines60.9%60.6%65.3% China * 45.3%48.4%55.4% Korea45.4%57.4%62.8% Germany73.3%69.6%70.6% Italy76.1%76.9%74.1% Guatemala25.4%37.1%43.8% Ukraine ** N/A50.5%69.1% *Including Hong Kong and Taiwan in all periods ** Ukraine was part of Soviet Union; not a sovereign country in 1990 Source: IPUMS: 2007 is average of period 11 Naturalization Rates *Naturalization rates fell in part because the 1990s were a period with high levels of new immigrant arrivals, both documented and undocumented.

12 Poverty among immigrants in Illinois has declined slightly since About 12.9 percent of immigrants are below the poverty level. Among individual groups, current poverty rates are highest among persons from Mexico (17.3%), the Ukraine (14.6%) and Korea (13.2%). Poverty rates among natives have risen since 1990, from 11.7 percent in that year to 11.9 percent in Poverty Rates of Foreign Born by Top 10 Countries of Origin Native Born11.7%10.5%11.9% All Foreign Born13.6%13.0%12.9% Mexico18.8%17.4%17.3% Poland10.9%6.0%7.1% India8.6%6.0%8.3% Philippines3.7%4.5%3.8% China * 18.2%12.4%12.6% Korea16.3%13.3%13.2% Germany5.6%6.5%7.8% Italy6.2%5.6%6.7% Guatemala19.1%13.9%11.4% Ukraine ** N/A16.3%14.6% *Including Hong Kong and Taiwan in all periods ** Ukraine was part of Soviet Union; not a sovereign country in 1990 Source: IPUMS: 2007 is average of period 12 Poverty Rates

13 Educational levels of Illinois immigrants have risen steadily in the last two decades. In 1990 about 42 percent of immigrants did not have a high school degree, but by that number had fallen to 30 percent. Similarly, the percent of the foreign born with a bachelors degree rose from 21 to 28 percent between 1990 and Foreign Born With Bachelors Degree Or Higher by Top 10 Countries of Origin Native Born21.1%26.2%29.8% All Foreign Born20.8%25.2%28.0% Mexico3.0%4.1%4.9% Poland12.3%17.0%23.5% India61.2%67.4%71.2% Philippines57.7%61.9%63.8% China * 46.6%59.3%56.3% Korea44.5%52.2%57.7% Germany17.8%26.5%28.8% Italy7.2%11.5%14.2% Guatemala6.1%7.9%13.7% Ukraine ** N/A46.0%51.5% *Including Hong Kong and Taiwan in all periods ** Ukraine was part of Soviet Union; not a sovereign country in 1990 Foreign Born with No High School Diploma by Top 10 Countries of Origin Native Born21.6%15.2%11.0% All Foreign Born41.9%37.7%30.4% Mexico71.7%65.7%54.8% Poland39.2%27.4%14.0% India14.3%13.3%9.1% Philippines8.6%8.0%5.1% China * 28.2%20.9%19.0% Korea15.1%10.5%6.3% Germany29.3%18.4%15.5% Italy62.8%47.4%40.6% Guatemala49.1%46.1%36.1% Ukraine ** N/A19.6%8.3% *Including Hong Kong and Taiwan in all periods ** Ukraine was part of Soviet Union; not a sovereign country in Source: IPUMS: 2007 is average of period Educational Attainment

14 Growth of Immigration in Places and Neighborhoods 14

15 Percent Foreign Born in Metro Chicago Places:

16 Percent Foreign Born in Metro Chicago Places:

17 Percent Foreign Born in Metro Chicago Places:

18 Percent Foreign Born in Metro Chicago Places:

19 Percent Foreign Born in Metro Chicago Places: Click here for an interactive, web-based map. Click here for an interactive, web-based map.

20 Percent Foreign Born in Metro Chicago Places: 2005/ Click here for an interactive, web-based map. Click here for an interactive, web-based map.

21 The following maps use American Community Survey data on immigrants by census tracts to provide a deeper understanding of where the foreign born live and their importance within neighborhoods and other local areas. Impact of Immigration on Neighborhoods 21 Click Here For A More Detailed Look at Immigrants by Municipalities* Click Here For A More Detailed Look at Immigrants by Municipalities* *Large file, may take time to load.

22 22 Percent Foreign Born in Metro Chicago Census Tracts: 2005/2009 0% - 6% 6.1% - 15% 15.1% - 23% 23.1% - 100% Click here for an interactive, web-based map. Click here for an interactive, web-based map.

23 Number of Foreign Born in Metro Chicago Census Tracts: 2005/2009 Click here for an interactive, web-based map. Click here for an interactive, web-based map ,500 1, ,000 3, ,300

24 Percent of Immigrants as of Who Had Arrived Since Year % - 15% 15.1% - 30% 30.1% - 60% 60.1% - 100% Click here for an interactive, web-based map. Click here for an interactive, web-based map. 24

25 25 How Are Port-of-Entry Patterns Changing in Metro Chicago?

26 These maps tell another story of metro Chicago immigration. Each dot represents the top 100 census tracts in terms of recent immigrants. As may be seen, new immigrants to metro Chicago increasingly arrive in the suburbs and in an increasingly dispersed set of neighborhoods in the region. Map details are : 1990: top 100 tracts in number of immigrants who arrived in : top 100 tracts in number of immigrants who arrived in : top 100 tracts in number of immigrants who arrived since

27 27 What Are the Leading Neighborhoods of New Immigration?

28 New arrivals are immigrants who came to the U.S. since the year Top 10 Census Tracts of New Immigrant Arrivals to Metro Chicago Source: American Community Survey This map displays the top ten census tracts in in number of recent arrivals to the U.S., i.e., immigrants who came to the U.S. since These port-of-entry areas are significant for where they are – on the North Side of Chicago and in the northern Cook County suburbs – and where they are not – they do not include traditional immigrant neighborhoods on Chicagos South Side such as the Lower West Side or South Lawndale.

29 29 What Is the Impact of Immigrants in State Legislative Districts?

30 As immigrant communities move to the suburbs they play an increasing role in suburban legislative districts. The maps below highlight this movement of immigrants to districts in DuPage and Kane counties. 30 Impact in Legislative Districts Note: Legislative district maps and elected officials as of February 2011.

31 Foreign Born Population In Illinois Senate Districts Source: American Community Survey

32 DistrictState Senator Total Population Foreign Born Percent Foreign Born 1Antonio Muñoz [D]195,60879, % 2William Delgado [D]203,20661, % 3Mattie Hunter [D]196,85029, % 4Kimberly A. Lightford [D]193,06419, % 5Rickey R. Hendon [D]211,61720,1319.5% 6John J. Cullerton [D]218,88927, % 7Heather A. Steans [D]196,23557, % 8Ira I. Silverstein [D]211,49778, % 9 Jeffrey M. Schoenberg [D] 213,65340, % 10John G. Mulroe [D]221,94965, % 11Steven M. Landek [D]215,39949, % 12Martin A. Sandoval [D]199,39384, % 13Kwame Raoul [D]203,04723, % 14Emil Jones III [D]202,39810,9955.4% 15James T. Meeks [D]194,25010,8215.6% 16Jacqueline Y. Collins [D]203,23521, % 17Donne E. Trotter [D]209,90216,7978.0% 18Edward D. Maloney [D]207,05521, % 19M. Maggie Crotty [D]219,48315,4647.0% 20Iris Y. Martinez [D]202,37274, % 21Ronald Sandack [R]207,75527, % 22Michael Noland [D]211,28763, % 23Carole Pankau [R]213,09248, % 24Kirk W. Dillard [R]219,29732, % 25Chris Lauzen [R]302,95028,3479.4% 26Dan Duffy [R]246,20433, % 27Matt Murphy [R]208,53045, % 28John J. Millner [R]213,64739, % 29Susan Garrett [D]208,71954, % DistrictState Senator Total Population Foreign Born Percent Foreign Born 30Terry Link [D]214,72960, % 31Suzi Schmidt[R]234,05631, % 32Pamela J. Althoff [R]255,03626, % 33Dan Kotowski [D]202,32054, % 34Dave Syverson [R]218,92517,0767.8% 35Christine J. Johnson [R]243,90620,0438.2% 36Mike Jacobs [D]206,1429,5384.6% 37Dale E. Risinger [R]210,1976,3833.0% 38Sue Rezin [R]231,9567,8683.4% 39Don Harmon [D]200,45449, % 40Toi W. Hutchinson [D]220,37011,8565.4% 41Christine Radogno [R]241,78422,4699.3% 42Linda Holmes [D]290,34751, % 43A.J. Wilhelmi [D]272,66543, % 44Bill Brady [R]218,3117,2223.3% 45Tim Bivins [R]210,7454,7692.3% 46David Koehler [D]204,7364,5912.2% 47John M. Sullivan [D]203,1524,5522.2% 48Thomas Johnson [R]226,53035, % 49Wm. Sam McCann[R]205,3662,8301.4% 50Larry K. Bomke [R]215,3624,9002.3% 51Kyle McCarter [R]213,6703,7191.7% 52Michael W. Frerichs [D]214,72714,9587.0% 53Shane Cultra [R]218,4657,2333.3% 54John O. Jones [R]203,6882,4041.2% 55Dale A. Righter [R]209,0103,4811.7% 56William R. Haine [D]218,7474,7652.2% 57 James F. Clayborne, Jr. [D] 205,9035,3422.6% 58David Luechtefeld [R]213,6424,9072.3% 59Gary Forby [D]209,5192,8021.3% Click Here for a More Detailed Look at Senate Districts Click Here for a More Detailed Look at Senate Districts Illinois State Senate, Foreign-Born Population Source: American Community Survey 32

33 33 DistrictState Senator Foreign Born Naturalized Percent Naturalized 1Antonio Muñoz [D]79,62824, % 2William Delgado [D]61,55019, % 3Mattie Hunter [D]29,65610, % 4Kimberly A. Lightford [D]19,8957, % 5Rickey R. Hendon [D]20,1318, % 6John J. Cullerton [D]27,58514, % 7Heather A. Steans [D]57,81724, % 8Ira I. Silverstein [D]78,48548, % 9 Jeffrey M. Schoenberg [D] 40,80624, % 10John G. Mulroe [D]65,92636, % 11Steven M. Landek [D]49,72522, % 12Martin A. Sandoval [D]84,74824, % 13Kwame Raoul [D]23,9428, % 14Emil Jones III [D]10,9955, % 15James T. Meeks [D]10,8214, % 16Jacqueline Y. Collins [D]21,9329, % 17Donne E. Trotter [D]16,7976, % 18Edward D. Maloney [D]21,63412, % 19M. Maggie Crotty [D]15,4649, % 20Iris Y. Martinez [D]74,34526, % 21Ronald Sandack [R]27,40616, % 22Michael Noland [D]63,66721, % 23Carole Pankau [R]48,49924, % 24Kirk W. Dillard [R]32,09017, % 25Chris Lauzen [R]28,34714, % 26Dan Duffy [R]33,99215, % 27Matt Murphy [R]45,06822, % 28John J. Millner [R]39,60723, % 29Susan Garrett [D]54,29929, % DistrictState Senator Foreign Born Naturalized Percent Naturalized 30Terry Link [D]60,73421, % 31Suzi Schmidt[R]31,07113, % 32Pamela J. Althoff [R]26,85411, % 33Dan Kotowski [D]54,12125, % 34Dave Syverson [R]17,0766, % 35Christine J. Johnson [R]20,0438, % 36Mike Jacobs [D]9,5383, % 37Dale E. Risinger [R]6,3832, % 38Sue Rezin [R]7,8683, % 39Don Harmon [D]49,52920, % 40Toi W. Hutchinson [D]11,8564, % 41Christine Radogno [R]22,46915, % 42Linda Holmes [D]51,93417, % 43A.J. Wilhelmi [D]43,87015, % 44Bill Brady [R]7,2222, % 45Tim Bivins [R]4,7692, % 46David Koehler [D]4,5912, % 47John M. Sullivan [D]4,5521, % 48Thomas Johnson [R]35,84914, % 49Wm. Sam McCann[R]2,8301, % 50Larry K. Bomke [R]4,9002, % 51Kyle McCarter [R]3,7192, % 52Michael W. Frerichs [D]14,9583, % 53Shane Cultra [R]7,2333, % 54John O. Jones [R]2,4041, % 55Dale A. Righter [R]3,4811, % 56William R. Haine [D]4,7652, % 57 James F. Clayborne, Jr. [D] 5,3422, % 58David Luechtefeld [R]4,9071, % 59Gary Forby [D]2,8021, % Illinois State Senate, Naturalized U.S. Citizens Source: American Community Survey Click Here for a More Detailed Look at Senate Districts Click Here for a More Detailed Look at Senate Districts

34 DistrictState Representative Total Population Foreign Born Percent Foreign Born 1Susana A. Mendoza [D]102,95142, % 2Edward J. Acevedo [D]92,65736, % 3Luis Arroyo [D]105,49242, % 4Cynthia Soto [D]97,71419, % 5Kenneth Dunkin [D]98,93014, % 6Esther Golar [D]97,92014, % 7Karen A. Yarbrough [D]99,11810, % 8LaShawn K. Ford [D]93,9469,1069.7% 9Arthur Turner [D]109,05811, % 10Annazette Collins [D]102,5598,2448.0% 11Ann Williams [D]116,36012, % 12Sara Feigenholtz [D]102,52914, % 13Greg Harris [D]101,78930, % 14Harry Osterman [D]94,44627, % 15John D'Amico [D]107,04835, % 16Lou Lang [D]104,44943, % 17Daniel Biss [D]107,22325, % 18Robyn Gabel [D]106,43015, % 19Joseph M. Lyons [D]110,29033, % 20Michael P. McAuliffe [R]111,65932, % 21Michael J. Zalewski [D]105,27520, % 22Michael J. Madigan [D]110,12429, % 23Daniel J. Burke [D]100,25644, % 24Elizabeth Hernandez [D]99,13740, % 25Barbara Flynn Currie [D]95,98012, % 26William D. Burns [D]107,06711, % 27Monique D. Davis [D]103,4246,1095.9% 28Robert Rita [D]98,9744,8864.9% 29Thaddeus Jones [D]95,3174,3714.6% DistrictState Representative Total Population Foreign Born Percent Foreign Born 30William Davis [D]98,9336,4506.5% 31Mary E. Flowers [D]101,1629,4039.3% 32André M. Thapedi [D]102,07312, % 33Marlow H. Colvin [D]105,71912, % 34 Constance A. Howard [D] 104,1834,3484.2% 35William Cunningham [D]105,38810,0649.5% 36Kelly Burke [D]101,66711, % 37Kevin A. McCarthy [D]113,83010,9409.6% 38Al Riley [D]105,6534,5244.3% 39 Maria Antonia Berrios [D] 102,73734, % 40Deborah Mell [D]99,63540, % 41Chris Nybo[R]103,02212, % 42Sandra M. Pihos [R]104,73314, % 43Keith Farnham [D]107,17031, % 44Fred Crespo [D]104,11732, % 45Franco Coladipietro [R]105,51823, % 46Dennis M. Reboletti [R]107,57425, % 47Patricia R. Bellock [R]104,20716, % 48Michael G. Connelly [R]115,09015, % 49Timothy L. Schmitz [R]145,15217, % 50Kay Hatcher [R]157,79811,1877.1% 51Ed Sullivan, Jr. [R]115,89418, % 52 Mark H. Beaubien, Jr. [R] 130,31015, % 53Sidney H. Mathias [R]101,36122, % 54Thomas Morrison [R]107,16922, % 55Randy Ramey, Jr. [R]110,95317, % 56Michelle Mussman [D]102,69421, % 57Elaine Nekritz [D]100,75440, % 58Karen May [D]107,96513, % Click Here for a More Detailed Look at House Districts Click Here for a More Detailed Look at House Districts Illinois State Representatives, Foreign-Born Population Source: American Community Survey 34

35 DistrictState Representative Total Population Foreign Born Percent Foreign Born 59Carol A. Sente [D]111,16728, % 60Rita Mayfield [D]103,56232, % 61JoAnn D. Osmond [R]118,10011,6049.8% 62Sandy Cole [R]115,95619, % 63Jack D. Franks [D]121,61711,6069.5% 64Michael W. Tryon [R]133,41915, % 65Rosemary Mulligan [R]101,67029, % 66Mark L. Walker [D]100,65024, % 67David Harris [D]101,2859,9819.9% 68Dave Winters [R]117,6407,0956.0% 69Joe Sosnowski [R]122,99610,8748.8% 70Robert W. Pritchard [R]120,9109,1697.6% 71Richard Morthland [R]104,8964,5624.3% 72Patrick J. Verschoore [D]101,2464,9764.9% 73David R. Leitch [R]110,5624,4994.1% 74Donald L. Moffitt [R]99,6351,8841.9% 75Pam Roth [R]127,2403,0352.4% 76Frank J. Mautino [D]104,7164,8334.6% 77Angelo Saviano [R]100,50334, % 78Camille Y. Lilly [D]99,95114, % 79Lisa M. Dugan [D]114,2684,3733.8% 80Anthony DeLuca [D]106,1027,4837.1% 81Reneé Kosel [R]134,9208,2646.1% 82Jim Durkin [R]106,86414, % 83Linda Chapa LaVia [D]125,98734, % 84Tom Cross [R]164,36017, % 85Emily McAsey [D]142,49724, % 86Jack McGuire [D]130,16819, % 87Bill Mitchell [R]103,8531,4531.4% 88Dan Brady [R]114,4585,7695.0% DistrictState Representative Total Population Foreign Born Percent Foreign Born 89Jim Sacia [R]107,3982,1612.0% 90Jerry L. Mitchell [R]103,3472,6082.5% 91Michael Unes [R]103,4261,9071.8% 92Jehan A. Gordon [D]101,3102,6842.6% 93Jil Tracy [R]102,6532,1982.1% 94Norine Hammond [R]100,4992,3542.3% 95Mike Fortner [R]110,74716, % 96Darlene J. Senger [R]115,78319, % 97Jim Watson [R]102,5811,2011.2% 98Wayne Rosenthal [R]102,7851,6291.6% 99Raymond Poe [R]102,7632,2202.2% 100Rich Brauer [R]112,5992,6802.4% 101Adam Brown [R]100,1411,6121.6% 102Ron Stephens [R]113,5292,1071.9% 103Naomi D. Jakobsson [D]111,58912, % 104Chad Hays [R]103,1382,1762.1% 105Jason Barickman [R]107,2554,8074.5% 106Keith P. Sommer [R]111,2102,4262.2% 107John D. Cavaletto [R]103,0651,3141.3% 108David Reis [R]100,6231,0901.1% 109Roger L. Eddy [R]103,6111,3481.3% 110Chapin Rose [R]105,3992,1332.0% 111Daniel V. Beiser [D]104,8021,2241.2% 112Dwight Kay [R]113,9453,5413.1% 113Thomas Holbrook [D]99,4402,8182.8% 114 Eddie Lee Jackson, Sr. [D] 106,4632,5242.4% 115Mike Bost [R]103,7323,8043.7% 116Dan Reitz [D]109,9101,1031.0% 117John E. Bradley [D]108,3271,3351.2% 118Brandon W. Phelps [D]101,1921,4671.4% Click Here for a More Detailed Look at House Districts Click Here for a More Detailed Look at House Districts Source: American Community Survey 35 Illinois State Representatives, Foreign-Born Population, cont.

36 DistrictState Representative Foreign Born Naturalized Percent Naturalized 1Susana A. Mendoza [D]42,66912, % 2Edward J. Acevedo [D]36,95912, % 3Luis Arroyo [D]42,16312, % 4Cynthia Soto [D]19,3876, % 5Kenneth Dunkin [D]14,8716, % 6Esther Golar [D]14,7854, % 7Karen A. Yarbrough [D]10,7893, % 8LaShawn K. Ford [D]9,1063, % 9Arthur Turner [D]11,8875, % 10Annazette Collins [D]8,2443, % 11Ann Williams [D]12,9497, % 12Sara Feigenholtz [D]14,6367, % 13Greg Harris [D]30,44714, % 14Harry Osterman [D]27,3709, % 15John D'Amico [D]35,14122, % 16Lou Lang [D]43,34425, % 17Daniel Biss [D]25,79317, % 18Robyn Gabel [D]15,0136, % 19Joseph M. Lyons [D]33,66317, % 20Michael P. McAuliffe [R]32,26319, % 21Michael J. Zalewski [D]20,3999, % 22Michael J. Madigan [D]29,32613, % 23Daniel J. Burke [D]44,71813, % 24Elizabeth Hernandez [D]40,03011, % 25Barbara Flynn Currie [D]12,6153, % 26William D. Burns [D]11,3274, % 27Monique D. Davis [D]6,1092, % 28Robert Rita [D]4,8862, % 29Thaddeus Jones [D]4,3712, % DistrictState Representative Foreign Born Naturalized Percent Naturalized 30William Davis [D]6,4502, % 31Mary E. Flowers [D]9,4035, % 32André M. Thapedi [D]12,5294, % 33Marlow H. Colvin [D]12,4494, % 34 Constance A. Howard [D] 4,3481, % 35William Cunningham [D]10,0646, % 36Kelly Burke [D]11,5706, % 37Kevin A. McCarthy [D]10,9406, % 38Al Riley [D]4,5242, % 39 Maria Antonia Berrios [D] 34,28311, % 40Deborah Mell [D]40,06215, % 41Chris Nybo[R]12,4158, % 42Sandra M. Pihos [R]14,9918, % 43Keith Farnham [D]31,3877, % 44Fred Crespo [D]32,28013, % 45Franco Coladipietro [R]23,11711, % 46Dennis M. Reboletti [R]25,38212, % 47Patricia R. Bellock [R]16,5219, % 48Michael G. Connelly [R]15,5698, % 49Timothy L. Schmitz [R]17,1608, % 50Kay Hatcher [R]11,1875, % 51Ed Sullivan, Jr. [R]18,9809, % 52 Mark H. Beaubien, Jr. [R] 15,0125, % 53Sidney H. Mathias [R]22,71712, % 54Thomas Morrison [R]22,3519, % 55Randy Ramey, Jr. [R]17,95911, % 56Michelle Mussman [D]21,64811, % 57Elaine Nekritz [D]40,60421, % 58Karen May [D]13,6957, % Click Here for a More Detailed Look at House Districts Click Here for a More Detailed Look at House Districts Source: American Community Survey 36 Illinois State Representatives, Naturalized U.S. Citizens

37 DistrictState Representative Foreign Born Naturalized Percent Naturalized 59Carol A. Sente [D]28,14914, % 60Rita Mayfield [D]32,5857, % 61JoAnn D. Osmond [R]11,6045, % 62Sandy Cole [R]19,4678, % 63Jack D. Franks [D]11,6063, % 64Michael W. Tryon [R]15,2487, % 65Rosemary Mulligan [R]29,58214, % 66Mark L. Walker [D]24,53910, % 67David Harris [D]9,9813, % 68Dave Winters [R]7,0953, % 69Joe Sosnowski [R]10,8744, % 70Robert W. Pritchard [R]9,1693, % 71Richard Morthland [R]4,5621, % 72Patrick J. Verschoore [D]4,9761, % 73David R. Leitch [R]4,4992, % 74Donald L. Moffitt [R]1, % 75Pam Roth [R]3,0351, % 76Frank J. Mautino [D]4,8331, % 77Angelo Saviano [R]34,69014, % 78Camille Y. Lilly [D]14,8396, % 79Lisa M. Dugan [D]4,3731, % 80Anthony DeLuca [D]7,4833, % 81Reneé Kosel [R]8,2645, % 82Jim Durkin [R]14,2059, % 83Linda Chapa LaVia [D]34,1778, % 84Tom Cross [R]17,7579, % 85Emily McAsey [D]24,27410, % 86Jack McGuire [D]19,5965, % 87Bill Mitchell [R]1, % 88Dan Brady [R]5,7691, % DistrictState Representative Foreign Born Naturalized Percent Naturalized 89Jim Sacia [R]2,1611, % 90Jerry L. Mitchell [R]2,6081, % 91Michael Unes [R]1, % 92Jehan A. Gordon [D]2,6841, % 93Jil Tracy [R]2, % 94Norine Hammond [R]2, % 95Mike Fortner [R]16,4596, % 96Darlene J. Senger [R]19,3908, % 97Jim Watson [R]1, % 98Wayne Rosenthal [R]1, % 99Raymond Poe [R]2,2201, % 100Rich Brauer [R]2,6801, % 101Adam Brown [R]1, % 102Ron Stephens [R]2,1071, % 103Naomi D. Jakobsson [D]12,7823, % 104Chad Hays [R]2, % 105Jason Barickman [R]4,8072, % 106Keith P. Sommer [R]2,4261, % 107John D. Cavaletto [R]1, % 108David Reis [R]1, % 109Roger L. Eddy [R]1, % 110Chapin Rose [R]2, % 111Daniel V. Beiser [D]1, % 112Dwight Kay [R]3,5411, % 113Thomas Holbrook [D]2,8181, % 114 Eddie Lee Jackson, Sr. [D] 2,5241, % 115Mike Bost [R]3,8041, % 116Dan Reitz [D]1, % 117John E. Bradley [D]1, % 118Brandon W. Phelps [D]1, % Click Here for a More Detailed Look at House Districts Click Here for a More Detailed Look at House Districts Source: American Community Survey 37 Illinois State Representatives, Naturalized U.S. Citizens, cont.


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