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Hi, I'm Allison!

A Little About Me

I am 43, and have been married for almost 11 years. I have 4 children, one grandson and another grand baby on the way. I attended Illinois Central College and am a Republican. I was adopted, I have a background in Social Media and Marketing and I am writing my first novel about my life and the battles I have endured as well as the successes that I have celebrated. I decided to run for Senate four months before the 2020 Election and filed to run in Jan 2021. I believe that this state deserves to have power over the U.S. Senate seat once again. The people deserve to have someone in that seat they they elect that represents them well. Tammy Duckworth does not meet that criteria. I do. 


Attending Illinois Central College, I exceeded in being selected as an intern for a St. Jude Event. In May 2019 at the Illinois Community College of Journalism Association Spring Conference, I was awarded a Certificate for Best Journalism Article of 2019. I received the 2nd Place Mike Foster General Excellence Award 2019. I constructed with a team of eight amazing individuals, a complete graduation in Springfield in 2020 for all Illinois graduates when the Governor took it away. We recieved over 10,000 views from Edgar WatchDog Party Media alone. I constructed several Back the Blue Events to stand by law enforcement and protect their already strressful jobs! I currently run two home based businesses: One with Tupperware and another a home remodel business with my husband. 

While attending Illinois Central College, I took an International Relations class, as well as several business related classes to further my education for future studies. 

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Live With Integrity, Follow With Justice

As a candidate running for U.S. Senate, I stand by my mission statement. This means, I promise to follow my moral and ethical convictions, even when no one is watching. I will be true to myself and the poeple of Illinois. I will stand by what the poeple want and what is best for this state. Most Importantly, I will never forget where I came from and the people that supported my growth.

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