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Letter Supporting VanValey for Circuit Clerk

Dear Editor,

The election is coming fast and on March 15th, I urge all of Dewitt County to vote for change in voting Michelle Van Valey for Circuit Clerk.  These local elections are very important to the citizens of Dewitt County. This is where your vote truly counts and your opinion matters. Mrs. Van Valey sincerely cares about the residents of Dewitt County. She makes it her mission to help out in the community anyway she can by volunteering her time to help others and organizations aimed to make a difference in this County.  She also donates to several charities because she has a passionate heart and truly wants to makes positive changes in the community she grew up in and loves.  


Michelle Van Valey is honest, hard working, dedicated, and truly knows how to manage an office.  She has been with the Dewitt County States Attorney office for over 10 years and been a great asset to the courts and citizens over this time.  She has had no problems learning new things as she has dealt with change herself in the transitions of new States Attorneys due to the former ones moving on.   She adapted quickly and is very intelligent.  I have no doubt that Michelle Van Valey will be able to turn the Circuit Clerks office into a smooth, friendly, and professional atmosphere.  


It is no secret that the some of the past situations in the Circuit Clerks office have been met with discontent.  We need a change and that change starts with your vote for Michelle Van Valey  for Circuit Clerk.  

Jeanna Salsman
Clinton, IL 

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