Smodilla would bring small-business know-how to legislative table
Tracy Smodilla, a resident of Illinois’ 22nd District since 1989, is seeking to represent her home district in the Illinois State Senate.
Smodilla’s motivation for running for the State Senate stems from her concern over hard-working middle-class families, retirees, Illinois’ crushing debt and lagging economic competitiveness. Smodilla has had success as a small-business owner and with Fortune 100 companies. Smodilla is a firm believer in hard work and “rolling up her sleeves to get the job done.” This includes serving her community as well. Smodilla has spent more than 25 years working as a volunteer and an advocate for a multitude of professional industries, charitable organizations, civic associations and activism efforts in her community.
Since 2013, Smodilla has served on the Bartlett Economic Development Commission and is also on the RTA Transportation Oriented District Steering Committee. As a member of these organizations, she is leading the way for the building of strong, cohesive communities by developing fiscally sound businesses through common-sense and maintainable solutions.
Smodilla has been elected to the Northwest Suburban Chapter of Soroptimist International and the Illinois Chapter of the American Massage Therapy Association due to her passion and persistence in the pursuit of excellence while serving others.