Senator Tom Cullerton Bio

State Senator Tom Cullerton is a husband, father, veteran, and hard-working public servant. Before being elected to the state Senate, Senator Cullerton was the Village President of Villa Park where he was a champion of sound fiscal policies and protecting working families. During his tenure, Villa Park experienced job creation, balanced budgets, and fully funded their pension liability. In addition to government service, Senator Cullerton served in the Army from 1991-1993 in the infantry. Tom will use this experience to better the lives of the citizens in the 23rd District and entire State.

Senator Cullerton has been involved in many civic organizations including, the Knights of Columbus, the American Legion, Citizen Police Academy and he Villa Park Chamber of Commerce. He has also coached several of his son’s sports teams, one of which won the Farm League World Series.

Senator Cullerton’s committee assignments are Appropriations II; Labor and Commerce; Local Government; State Government and Veterans Affairs; Transportation.

Sen. Tom Cullerton


23rd Legislative District

Years served: 2013 - Present

Committee assignments: Energy and Public Utilities; Insurance; Labor; State Government; Transportation; Veterans Affairs (Chairperson); Sub. on Utility Rate Regulations (Sub-Chairperson).

Biography: Born Sept. 20, 1969; studied at the University of Kansas; former village president and trustee of Villa Park; married (wife Stacey), three sons.

Associated Representatives:
Deb Conroy
Diane Pappas