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My name is Michelle Mussman and I am the new State Representative for the 56th District. Like most people, I am frustrated with the mismanagement and corruption that has plagued our government for far too long. Illinois is in financial ruin and the butt of jokes on every late night television show. Self-serving politicians have repeatedly abused our trust and misused our tax dollars. Many of us have lost faith in our government and feel that elected officials no longer work for us. I believe it is time for average citizens to step up and serve our community, and that’s why I ran for State Representative.
I'm a Mom on a Mission to Take Back Our State Government!
I want to bring government back to the people and represent the hard working families of our community. I understand the needs of the community and will serve as your voice in Springfield.
As State Representative, I will use my real life experiences as a community volunteer and managing the family budget to bring common sense solutions to the state’s problems. I encourage you to explore my position on some of the most important issues in Illinois, and I hope you will reach out to me to discuss your thoughts. While we might not agree on every issue, I promise I will do my best to represent you and address your concerns. You should feel comfortable sharing your thoughts with those you choose to vote for, whether on the phone or at your door. Together we can find a way to cut through the partisan bickering in Springfield and tackle our problems head on.
Click here to sign my petition to fight property tax increases when property values are falling!
I hope you will join me on this incredible journey. I invite you to contact me and urge you to check back frequently. Please feel free to contact me at (847) 979-5699 or Michelle@VoteMichelle.org. You can also connect with me on Facebook.
State Representative 56th District
Click here to read Michelle's endorsements by the Chicago Tribune, Daily Herald and Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce.