Thank you to everyone who worked to bring about change in our community. Although we were not successful in our race, we were successful at breaking the decades long hold of the Democrat Machine in St. Clair County with the election of Mike Bost and Judge McGlynn.

I appreciate each and every vote for our mission to bring much needed change to Springfield. Please stay active in the coming months as Bruce Rauner, our new Republican Governor, takes office. He will need all of our help to make that change happen.

The gratitude of my heart goes out to everyone.

Join our Mission to Clean Up Illinois’ State House by Voting Early.

Join our mission to clean up Illinois’ State House and vote for Melinda Hult

Early voting has started in Illinois.

Now until November 4th, you can walk into your County Clerk or local office and cast your ballot for the election! You can even vote on the weekend. Vote on your time and at your convenience. To find out more, including where you can vote, follow this link. http://www.elections.state.il.us/votinginformation/earlyvotinglocations.aspx

MELINDA ISSUES STATEMENT ABOUT HOFFMAN’S FALSE ATTACKS

Another robo call from my opponent that claims I voted against saving 13,000 job at Scott AFB.

Here are the facts:

My father got a job at Scott immediately after my birth.  He made a career out of being in the civil service and served for 30 years, retiring from Scott after serving at a number of other Air Force installations from Hawaii to Ohio to Alabama.  My entire childhood revolved around his government service.

My very first job was as a summer hire at the Air Force base near where we lived.  I went on to have short Civil Service career myself, working on bases at home and overseas.  As people know, I am now a public servant and am working hard to better serve in a higher office.

My husband was on active duty in the Air Force for almost 24 years.  We lived on base during one assignment.  After his retirement he spent another 20 years working for a government contractor.

In other words, for my entire life has dedicated to government service!  I have never lived more than 10 miles for a military installation.  Someone in my household is on base at Scott at least once a week. I do my grocery shopping there.

I am proud to be part of the U.S. Military Family and I would never vote against our military!

The vote the call refers to was against a Resolution by the City of Belleville to spend $5,000 with other Democrat-controlled entities to hire one of their own retired politicians to ‘save’ Scott.  I am against giving more money to recently retired Democrats who are prevented by federal law from lobbying their former colleagues in Congress.  It was another case of cronyism at the expense of taxpayers.

My opponent on the other hand has no problem giving jobs at taxpayers expense to his friends.  The Illinois Executive Inspector General recently found that Hoffman helped four of his friends get jobs as part of the illegal IDOT Hiring Scheme.

Voters of the 113 District should know the truth about Hoffman. And he should be ashamed of slinging mud that has no merit.

 

 

HAULT 20 YEARS OF HIGHER TAXES AND CORRUPTION BY HOFFMAN

Watch our latest message: 20 YEARS OF TAXES AND CORRUPTION BY HOFFMAN

For the last 20 years, working families have weathered the Jay Hoffman storm of higher taxes and corruption. He has voted and supported over 26 tax hikes, has seen his own salary increase by 106%, even voting himself a pay raise this year when teachers were losing their jobs. And now the Illinois Executive Inspector General has cited Hoffman as a link to four improper state jobs at the Illinois Department of Transportation. How much more can we take? Now is the time to halt Jay Hoffman and vote for Melinda Hult.

Vote Early. Vote Melinda.

Early voting starts today in Illinois! And we are kicking off our VoteEarlyVoteMelinda effort. Please encourage all your friends to vote early. When you do vote early, upload a voting-related photo (walking into vote, your “I Voted” sticker, etc…) to FACEBOOK and tag us.

For the next two weeks, you can walk into your County Clerk or local office and cast your ballot for the November 4 election…before the November 4 election! You can even vote on the weekend. Vote on your time and at your convenience. To find out more, including where you can vote, follow this link. http://www.elections.state.il.us/votinginformation/earlyvotinglocations.aspx