Randy Hultgren

Randy Hultgren

ILLINOIS' 14th DISTRICT

Hultgren Applauds 14th District Students for National SkillsUSA Championships for Skilled Work Force Honors

2014/10/23

Washington, DC – U.S. Representative Randy Hultgren (IL-14) applauded 14th District students from high school and college technical education (CTE) programs who won top awards at the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference this summer. More than 6,100 students competed at the June event which assessed student mastery of technical, academic and employability skills through hands-on occupational and leadership contests. These skills will help ensure America has a skilled workforce that is college- and career-ready. According to the U.S. Department of Education, students who take three or more CTE programs in high school are more likely to attend college and stay there to graduate. “I congratulate our students from Illinois and the 14th District who demonstrated the importance of having an educated and skilled workforce that can meet the demands of the 21st century job market. College technical education is key to ensuring we have a steady stream of graduates who can seize job opportunities in fields like advanced manufacturing, medicine, architecture and construction, information technology, and much more,” Rep. Hultgren said. “I am proud of the accomplished students we have in the 14th District and look forward to seeing their careers progress as they take their knowledge and skills and apply them to their next stage in life. We should continue to support CTE programs and promote their value to our students and employers.” Top student winners received gold, silver and bronze medallions. Many others received additional prizes such as scholarships to further their careers and education. Gold medal winners from the 14th District include: Jose Martinez-Joya, Sugar Grove, IL Fernando Ortiz II, Gurnee, IL Michael  Wang, Naperville, IL Steven Leung, Naperville, IL Yaseen Saleh, Naperville, IL Mori Suzuki, Naperville, IL Eashan Iyengar, Naperville, IL Rep. Hultgren is a cosponsor of H.R. 4425, the Perkins Modernization Act of 2014, a bill that better connects future employees and adults reentering the workforce with the demands of an ever-evolving labor market. The bill would replace language so community colleges, comprehensive high schools, technical schools and community-based organizations can align their CTE programs with local workforce needs and prepare workers making a transition to a new industry or skill set for the jobs of both today and tomorrow. ### Read More

Rep. Hultgren Honored with Award for Manufacturing Legislative Excellence

2014/10/20

Washington, D.C. – The National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) has awarded Rep. Randy Hultgren (R-IL-14) the NAM Award for Manufacturing Legislative Excellence. The award is based on his votes in the 113th Congress on issues that are critical to manufacturing in the United States. “Manufacturers in Illinois and throughout the United States are making a comeback, creating jobs, making more products and making them better than ever before,” said NAM Senior Vice President of Policy and Government Relations Aric Newhouse. “However, manufacturers are often disproportionately impacted by decisions made by policymakers in Washington. The NAM is proud to stand with lawmakers like Rep. Hultgren who understand what is at stake and seek to implement policies that will foster innovation, growth and competitiveness.” Key Votes included in the Voting Record are selected by small, medium and large manufacturing executives who serve on the NAM’s Key Vote Advisory Committee. Additional information on the NAM Award for Manufacturing Legislative Excellence can be found here. -NAM- The National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) is the largest manufacturing association in the United States, representing small and large manufacturers in every industrial sector and in all 50 states. Manufacturing employs more than 12 million men and women, contributes $2.08 trillion to the U.S. economy annually, has the largest economic impact of any major sector and accounts for two-thirds of private-sector research and development. The NAM is the powerful voice of the manufacturing community and the leading advocate for a policy agenda that helps manufacturers compete in the global economy and create jobs across the United States. For more information about the Manufacturers or to follow us on Shopfloor, Twitter and Facebook, please visit www.nam.org. Read More

Hultgren Statement on Ebola Outbreak

2014/10/17

Washington, DC – U.S. Representative Randy Hultgren (IL-14) today issued a statement on the Ebola outbreak: “There is a tremendous amount of legitimate concern and confusion over the threat of the Ebola virus, and how the United States should respond. I believe that the United States would best protect the public health with a coordinated response that incorporates all critical players such as epidemiologists, border security, and hospitals and health responders in West African nations. The U.S. strategy to combat the spread of this virus must include federal, state and local partners. All options should be on the table, including properly tailored air travel restrictions or establishing specialized regional quarantine and treatment facilities to limit the exposure to the general population. Fighting this outbreak will require a coordinated, multi-faceted effort that involves cooperation from many institutions, organizations and individuals. “I am encouraged by the brave volunteer health workers and missionary doctors who are willing to help combat and contain this disease at the source. The United States is uniquely well-equipped to fight infectious disease outbreaks at home and abroad, and proper aid should remain available amid any travel restrictions. However, the best treatment is only as good as the training and established treatment protocols in our hospitals. This is a virus that takes deadly advantage of any deviation from established safety protocols. Are the CDC protocols in place for health care providers enough? “I am paying close attention to the information coming out of the House Energy and Commerce Committee’s hearing yesterday on ‘Examining the U.S. Public Health Response to the Ebola Outbreak’ which included representatives from the CDC, the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and other agencies.” The House has reliably funded government agencies that oversee virus outbreaks, including the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Last week, the House released up to $750 million to support Operation United Assistance, the mission “to provide medical, logistical and security support” to combat Ebola in West Africa. This January, Congress provided the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) with more funding than the president’s request level from last year, an 8.2 percent total increase in funding. Rep. Hultgren voted for the FY14 omnibus appropriations bill which contained more than $287 million for the CDC’s National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases program, which is responsible for combatting diseases like Ebola. For more information on Ebola and how it is spread, visit the Illinois Department of Public Health’s website at: http://www.idph.state.il.us/. ### Read More

DeKalb County police start training to use heroin antidote

2014/10/16

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Hultgren Promotes Innovative Food Flavoring and Forklift Manufacturers in 14th District

2014/10/16

Washington, DC – U.S. Representative Randy Hultgren (IL-14) this week visited 14th District manufacturers who are on the front lines of innovation and demonstrate the large potential for a manufacturing resurgence in Illinois. Rep. Hultgren met with executives and staff at Synergy Flavors in Wauconda, which specializes in flavoring foods from coffee to pie gravy, as well as UniCarriers Americas Corporation in Marengo which manufactures a complete line of forklifts including the Nissan Forklift. “Every time I visit one of the many flourishing manufacturers in the 14th District, I am amazed by the innovation and expansion that’s taking place right here in Illinois. We must continue to support our manufacturers and their ability to expand and hire more workers through smart legislation and regional initiatives,” said Rep. Hultgren. “The worst thing we can do right now is pass more inefficient, ineffective and duplicative regulations and taxes that hurt Illinois businesses and job growth.” Congressman Hultgren has supported several initiatives and legislation to benefit Illinois manufacturers: American Renaissance in Manufacturing (ARM) Act, H.R. 5360, a wide-ranging legislative package which levels the playing field for American manufacturers who engage in the global marketplace, including reducing frivolous lawsuits, reigning in red tape, and opening up energy exploration to lower transportation costs. Rep. Hultgren cosponsored the bill. America's Small Business Tax Relief Act, H.R. 4457, allows businesses to deduct expenses such as investing in new equipment. Rep. Hultgren supported House passage. Modernizing American Manufacturing Bonds Act (MAMBA) of 2014, H.R. 5319, updates the three decades-old rules governing manufacturing bonds to help manufacturers expand, invest in new equipment and hire more workers. Rep. Hultgren introduced the bill. Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act or SKILLS Act, H.R. 803, reforms federal workforce development services and help workers acquire the skills and education they need to succeed in today’s economy. Rep. Hultgren supported House passage. The Chicago-based Digital Lab for Manufacturing (Digital Lab) is an applied research institute will both develop and demonstrate digital manufacturing technologies and deploy and commercialize these technologies across key manufacturing industries in Illinois and around the country. Rep. Hultgren joined the Illinois delegation in sending a letter to Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel in support of the federal grant. [[{"fid":"477","view_mode":"teaser","fields":{"format":"teaser","field_file_image_alt_text[und][0][value]":"At Synergy Flavors, Rep. Hultgren samples a new papaya flavor destined for the Brazilian marketplace","field_file_image_title_text[und][0][value]":"At Synergy Flavors, Rep. Hultgren samples a new papaya flavor destined for the Brazilian marketplace"},"type":"media","attributes":{"alt":"At Synergy Flavors, Rep. Hultgren samples a new papaya flavor destined for the Brazilian marketplace","title":"At Synergy Flavors, Rep. Hultgren samples a new papaya flavor destined for the Brazilian marketplace","class":"media-element file-teaser"}}]] (At Synergy Flavors, Rep. Hultgren samples a new papaya flavor destined for the Brazilian marketplace) [[{"fid":"478","view_mode":"teaser","fields":{"format":"teaser","field_file_image_alt_text[und][0][value]":"Rep Hultgren test drives a recently assembled forklift at UniCarriers","field_file_image_title_text[und][0][value]":"Rep Hultgren test drives a recently assembled forklift at UniCarriers"},"type":"media","attributes":{"alt":"Rep Hultgren test drives a recently assembled forklift at UniCarriers","title":"Rep Hultgren test drives a recently assembled forklift at UniCarriers","class":"media-element file-teaser"}}]] (Rep Hultgren test drives a recently assembled forklift at UniCarriers) [[{"fid":"479","view_mode":"teaser","fields":{"format":"teaser","field_file_image_alt_text[und][0][value]":"Rep. Hultgren talks about skills and workforce training with employees at UniCarriers Americas Corporation","field_file_image_title_text[und][0][value]":"Rep. Hultgren talks about skills and workforce training with employees at UniCarriers Americas Corporation"},"type":"media","attributes":{"alt":"Rep. Hultgren talks about skills and workforce training with employees at UniCarriers Americas Corporation","title":"Rep. Hultgren talks about skills and workforce training with employees at UniCarriers Americas Corporation","class":"media-element file-teaser"}}]] (Rep. Hultgren talks about skills and workforce training with employees at UniCarriers Americas Corporation) ### Read More

Hultgren Cosponsors Legislation to Streamline Medicare Home Health Services

2014/10/15

Washington, DC – U.S. Representative Randy Hultgren (IL-14) has cosponsored H.R. 2504, the Home Health Care Planning Improvement Act of 2013, a bill to allow Nurse Practitioners (NP)—along with clinical nurse specialists (CNS), certified nurse midwives (CNM), and physician assistants (PA)—certify their patients’ eligibility for Medicare home health services. Currently, Nurse Practitioners are authorized to complete the required face-to-face assessment of their patient’s needs but then must locate a physician to certify the assessment even though the physician was not present. H.R. 2504 would streamline this process and allow these providers to determine eligibility and payment for home health services directly. State laws over medical practices would still apply, safeguarding patient protection. “Nurse Practitioners and other certified health professionals work daily with seniors and can assess their needs. Streamlining this process gives these professionals, in regular consultation with physicians, more autonomy and improves convenience for the patient. In many cases, tracking down a doctor in underserved areas can be challenging and take days, if not weeks. This bill would speed up the time for seniors to get the care they need,” said Rep. Hultgren. “Further, estimates find that this change could save taxpayers more than $250 million over 10 years. I support this fiscally responsible improvement to these vital services to our seniors.” H.R. 2504 is supported by the National Association for Home Care and Hospice, the American Nurses Association, the American Academy of Physician Assistants, the American College of Nurse Midwives, and the American College of Nurse Practitioners. In August, Rep. Hultgren held a Community Leadership Forum on Healthcare, bringing the northern Illinois community together to share information and work together to tackle Illinois’ health care challenges. A forthcoming report will lay out the ideas and recommendations presented to lower costs, improve access and improve health outcomes for Illinois and American health consumers. ### Read More

Hultgren Named ‘Taxpayer Hero’ for Fiscally Responsible Leadership

2014/10/14

Washington, DC – U.S. Representative Randy Hultgren (IL-14) has been named a “Taxpayer Hero” for the first session of the 113th Congress by the Council for Citizens Against Government Waste (CCAGW). Rep. Hultgren was recognized for his 89 percent voting record to protect and save taxpayer money by his continued supported of legislation that has eliminated wasteful spending, increased transparency, and put a dent on the ever-increasing national debt. “There are still challenging obstacles to overcome, but loading on more tax burdens is not the solution,” Rep. Hultgren said. “Washington’s fanatical spending culture needs to change.  In Congress, I will continue to support legislation that cuts unnecessary spending, and help rebuild the trust between taxpayers and the government. Government revenue should be used for the benefit of the people, not for the ambitions of politicians. If any progress is going to be made, then Congress must continue to make financially sensible decisions that won’t add on to our national debt.” “In today’s dismal fiscal climate, the actions of these members are a bulwark against the spendthrift behavior of their more wasteful colleagues. Far too many members of Congress in 2013 continued to support a big-government agenda and think first and foremost about satisfying their own special interests,” said CCAGW President Tom Schatz. “CCAGW applauds the Taxpayer Heroes and Super Heroes for their courageous votes to cut wasteful spending, reduce taxes, and make government more accountable to taxpayers.” ### Read More

Hultgren to Host Veterans Forum on Fraud Protection

2014/10/07

Washington, DC — U.S. Representative Randy Hultgren (IL-14) today announced he will host a forum for Illinois veterans, their spouses and their families on Monday, October 20 at VFW Post 5036 in St. Charles on how to identify and avoid consumer scams, and protect oneself and one’s family from fraud. The event will allow veterans to hear directly from Rep. Hultgren and fraud experts on where to find local assistance and what protections are already available under state and federal laws. “Veterans of the Armed Forces and their families face unique challenges when guarding personal and financial information. They should be informed of their rights if victimized by consumer fraud, and given information to prevent such acts from taking place,” said Rep. Hultgren. “I invite all veterans of the 14th District and their families to learn how to identify and avoid consumer scams.” Common scams to be discussed include: Health Care and Medical Fraud Identity Theft Pension Poaching Charity Scams WHAT:                 14th Congressional District Veterans Forum on Fraud Protection WHO:                   Congressman Randy Hultgren (IL-14) Lt. Col. Richard Todd, US Army Judge Advocate; member of Military Affairs Committee, IL Bar Association Steve Haubner, Chief of Military and Veterans Rights Bureau, IL Attorney General’s office Veterans, spouses, families Additional speakers WHEN:                 Monday, October 20, 2014 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. CT WHERE: IL VFW Post 5036 311 North Second Street St. Charles, IL 60174 ### Read More

Hultgren Encourages High School Students to Pursue Manufacturing, STEM Skills and Careers

2014/10/03

Washington, DC – U.S. Representative Randy Hultgren (IL-14), co-chair of the House STEM Education Caucus, this week encouraged high school students at Central High School in Burlington and at Oswego High School, and homeschooling students to stay focused in school and become more aware of great jobs and careers available in Illinois’ manufacturing sector for those with STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics)  skills as he joined local manufacturers and hosted students at a local science museum. “There is a wide open world of career opportunities in manufacturing and STEM fields right here in the 14th District, but many high school students don’t know about them or haven’t been shown a vision of what their future could be like,” said Rep. Hultgren. “I’d like to thank Bison Gear for participating in the Manufacture Your Future initiative to show students real life examples of fulfilling and well-paying careers. Bison parts are found in everything from ice machines to manufacturing plants. Seeing how the shop floor functioned alongside those students reminded me again that for many, college isn’t on the horizon for them, and there are great alternatives to a four-year degree. “I also want to thank Arlene Hawks at SciTech in Aurora whose museum helps inspire kids to dream big about the job possibilities within STEM fields. SciTech hosts 100,000 visitors every year and offers free admission to kids on Super SciTech Saturdays so they can participate in STEM-related activities. They also host FIRST robotics competitions annually. I was glad to congratulate Jake Cirino, the 14th District House App Contest winner, whose inventiveness demonstrates what our next generation of science and technology-focused innovators can offer.” [[{"fid":"469","view_mode":"teaser","fields":{"format":"teaser","field_file_image_alt_text[und][0][value]":"Rep. Hultgren and Central High School students learn about Bison Gear processes","field_file_image_title_text[und][0][value]":"Rep. Hultgren and Central High School students learn about Bison Gear processes"},"type":"media","attributes":{"alt":"Rep. Hultgren and Central High School students learn about Bison Gear processes","title":"Rep. Hultgren and Central High School students learn about Bison Gear processes","class":"media-element file-teaser"}}]] (Rep. Hultgren and Central High School students learn about Bison Gear processes) [[{"fid":"470","view_mode":"teaser","fields":{"format":"teaser","field_file_image_alt_text[und][0][value]":"Rep. Hultgren with Central High School Students at Bison Gear","field_file_image_title_text[und][0][value]":"Rep. Hultgren with Central High School Students at Bison Gear"},"type":"media","attributes":{"alt":"Rep. Hultgren with Central High School Students at Bison Gear","title":"Rep. Hultgren with Central High School Students at Bison Gear","class":"media-element file-teaser"}}]] (Rep. Hultgren with Central High School Students at Bison Gear) [[{"fid":"471","view_mode":"teaser","fields":{"format":"teaser","field_file_image_alt_text[und][0][value]":"Arlene Hawks, SciTech’s Executive Director, demonstrates an exhibit for students","field_file_image_title_text[und][0][value]":"Arlene Hawks, SciTech’s Executive Director, demonstrates an exhibit for students"},"type":"media","attributes":{"alt":"Arlene Hawks, SciTech’s Executive Director, demonstrates an exhibit for students","title":"Arlene Hawks, SciTech’s Executive Director, demonstrates an exhibit for students","class":"media-element file-teaser"}}]] (Arlene Hawks, SciTech’s Executive Director, demonstrates an exhibit for students) [[{"fid":"472","view_mode":"teaser","fields":{"format":"teaser","field_file_image_alt_text[und][0][value]":"Rep. Hultgren presents a certificate to Jake Cirino of Oswego High School, 14th District Winner of the House App Contest","field_file_image_title_text[und][0][value]":"Rep. Hultgren presents a certificate to Jake Cirino of Oswego High School, 14th District Winner of the House App Contest"},"type":"media","attributes":{"alt":"Rep. Hultgren presents a certificate to Jake Cirino of Oswego High School, 14th District Winner of the House App Contest","title":"Rep. Hultgren presents a certificate to Jake Cirino of Oswego High School, 14th District Winner of the House App Contest","class":"media-element file-teaser"}}]] (Rep. Hultgren presents a certificate to Jake Cirino of Oswego High School, 14th District Winner of the House App Contest) ### Read More

Hultgren to FAA Administrator: Address Control Tower Safety Now

2014/10/03

Washington, DC — U.S. Representative Randy Hultgren (IL-14) called on FAA Administrator Michael Huerta, who today plans to visit the crippled FAA facility in Aurora, Illinois, to address his agency’s new hiring procedures for air traffic controllers which puts the safety of American airline passengers at risk. Along with U.S. Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx, he has refused to give any answers to inquiries from Rep. Hultgren, the Illinois delegation or other Members of Congress about the new, obscure and illogical hiring practices. “I am glad Administrator Huerta and the FAA are taking the incident at the FAA facility in Aurora seriously. But I am disappointed he and Secretary Foxx have ignored repeated requests from me and other Members of Congress for answers about the FAA’s new hiring procedures,” said Rep. Hultgren. “I believe the new procedures jeopardize airline safety and risk putting lesser qualified candidates into our towers. Many qualified applicants have been rejected from the process by an illogical personality test which asked such irrelevant questions as whether you played a high school sport. Just because someone was a star athlete in high school doesn’t mean they have the skills or training for us to trust them in our towers. “I would hope that with the introduction of my legislation, the SAFE TOWERS Act, Administrator Huerta would respond to this troubling situation and take action as he is in Aurora. I will be pressing leadership in the House of Representatives to bring my bill up for a vote before the end of the year. We must all work together to ensure we have the best, brightest and most qualified air traffic controllers in our towers.” The SAFE TOWERS (Standards Addressing Federal Transparency and Oversight With Evolving Recruitment Specifications) Act, H.R. 5675, reverses the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) new hiring practices which have passed over the most qualified air traffic controller candidates and raised concerns of safety and transparency because they divert the time-tested hiring process around highly-qualified, CTI-certified trainees and qualified veterans maintaining aviation experience. Learn more about the SAFE TOWERS Act here. ### Read More

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Born and raised in Illinois, and having spent more than 15 years serving Illinois and its citizens at multiple levels of government, Congressman Randy Hultgren represents the state’s 14th Congressional District. The district is comprised of seven suburban counties including McHenry, Lake, Kendall, Kane, DuPage, DeKalb and Will.

In Washington, Congressman Hultgren has committed himself to working for fiscal sanity, real healthcare reform, and pro-growth policies that will put Americans back to work. In the current 113th Congress, Randy serves on the Financial Services and Space, Science & Technology Committees.

Randy was elected to the DuPage County Board and County Forest Preserve Board in 1994, to the Illinois House of Representatives in 1999, and to the Illinois Senate in 2007. At every level, he has fought for prosperity and free enterprise and for smaller, smarter government.

Randy served on the Financial Institutions Committees in the Illinois House and Senate and is credentialed in FINRA Series 7, 6 and 63. He later became a Vice President at Performance Trust Investment Advisors in Chicago.

Randy was born March 1, 1966 in Park Ridge, Illinois. He graduated from Bethel College in 1988 and later attended Chicago-Kent College of Law, graduating in 1993. He currently resides in Winfield with his wife, Christy, and four children.


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