Sara Feigenholtz

State Representative 12th District


Welcome to my campaign website!

My name is Sara Feigenholtz, and I am currently serving as State Representative for Illinois’ 12th District. As I seek another term in office, I invite you to explore my website and learn more about me and my legislative priorities.

I believe that I represent the most diverse and spirited constituency in the state of Illinois. In our state’s capitol, I am both proud and fortunate to represent the thoughts and ideas of the 106,000 residents of the 12th district comprised of Lakeview, Lincoln Park and Near North neighborhoods.

As your State Representative, I commit myself to working for my constituents – not for party leaders. I push to reform the way we do business in our state and fight for lasting systemic change. I strive for government accountability and the creation of more stabile and sustainable education and health care systems. Government should be more efficient and responsive to the needs of Illinoisans so that we can continue to serve our state’s most vulnerable citizens.

Please feel free to contact me at with any questions, concerns, or questions. In the meantime, I promise to continue to fight for a fair and equitable budget, job creation, and positive futures for our children.

Very truly yours,
Sara Feigenholtz

Sara has received the 2010 general election endorsement of:

Illinois Education Association
The Sierra Club
Personal PAC
Equality Illinois
Independent Voters of Illinois Independent Precinct Organization (IVI-IPO)
Planned Parenthood of Illinois
Illinois AFL-CIO
Citizen Action Illinois
Chicago Teachers Union
UAW Illinois State Community Action Program
Asian American Action Fund of Greater Chicago
Associated Fire Fighters of Illinois
PINK Magazine
Township Officials of Illinois Political Action Committee
Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence
Illinois Nurses Association
SEIU Illinois Council
Illinois Society for Advanced Practice Nursing
Gay Chicago Magazine
Chicago Fire Fighters Union
Illinois Association of Nurse Anesthetists
Chicago Sun-Times

Sara Feigenholtz