Friends For Cavaletto
Rep. Cavlaletto received the “Guardian of Small Business Award” Award
Salem…Friends for John Cavaletto is proud to announce that the National Federation of Independent Business-Illinois (NFIB) known as “The Voice of Small Business,” has awarded Representative Cavaletto the “Guardian of Small Business Award” for 2013-2014.
“NFIB is proud to let small businesses in the 107th district know that they have a great advocate in State. Rep. John Cavaletto,” said Kim Clarke Maisch, NFIB/IL State Director. “Small business owners get a lot of lip service from politicians but the truth is in how they vote and Rep. Cavaletto has proven he stands for Main Street.”
“I am honored to receive this award and the support from NFIB small businesses around my district like Southern Glass Company in Centralia and Joe Black Agency and Maxey Systems in Salem,” said Rep. Cavaletto.
Every two years, NFIB scores legislators on key small business votes they take in the Illinois General Assembly. This award is a thank you to Cavaletto for protecting and promoting the small business community in Illinois.
NFIB has over 11,000 small business members in Illinois who count on lawmakers, the Governor and other elected officials to foster a competitive business environment through limited government, fewer regulations and market-driven public policies.
Ed Black, Joe Black, and Rep. Cavaletto
Larry Maxey Rep. Cavaletto
Rep. Cavlaletto just received the “Friend of Agriculture” Award
Rep. Cavlaletto just received the “Friend of
Agriculture” Award and endorsed by the local “ACTIVATOR”
Trustees in the 107th District. Pictured are (L-R) Steve Brummel, Marion
County, Ray Krausz, Clinton County, Cavaletto, and Charles Charlton, Marion
“The ‘Friend of Agriculture’ designation places John
Cavaletto in a group of select members of the Illinois General Assembly who
understand the leading role Illinois agriculture plays in the global
marketplace and the far-reaching benefits of its products.”
Campaign Chairmen Announced:
Bond County: Barb & Bob Kirkman
Clinton County: Ann & Cletus Schroeder
Effingham County: Michael Williamson & Luke Doedtman
Fayette County: Randy Pollard
Marion County: Jim Purcell & Jason Cavaletto
Cavaletto, Republican nominee for re-election to the Illinois House of
Representatives in the 107th District, announced his Campaign Co-Chairs
for 2014 for each of the five counties he represents who will serve with
General Chairman, Roy Woodward of Salem.
“I am honored to have
community leaders such as these heading up my team in 2014,” commented
Cavaletto. “I promise to continue to work hard for the people of the 107th
District and keep jobs as the number one priority!”
The election is November 4th
which means there are 63 days until then but only 49 days until “Early voting”
begins. If you need to register to vote for the first time or need to
re-register because you’ve moved or changed your name, please contact your
local county clerk, precinct committeeman, or contact the campaign and we can
help get you registered.
State Rep. John Cavaletto giving a campaign and legislative update to the Marion County Republican Central Committee at the Pizza Man in Salem.
State Rep. John Cavaletto helps to welcome gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner and his running mate Evelyn Sanguinetti to Bond County at the Bradford Community Room in Greenville.
Golf Outing (8-9-2014)
Centralia Veteran’s Parade on the 4th of July (2014)
Centralia Veteran’s Parade on the 4th of July (2014), walking with the Bruce Rauner volunteers.
Gubernatorial fundraiser in Mt. Vernon
Pictured at the June 2nd gubernatorial fundraiser in Mt. Vernon are (L-R) Mrs. Terri Bryant, Candidate for State Representative in the 115th District to succeed Rep. Mike Bost who is running for U.S. Congress; Rep. John Cavaletto of the 107th District, a retired special education teacher, high school coach and administrator; Bruce Rauner, GOP Candidate for governor; and Bill and Barbara Beck, who are volunteers and benefactors to various charities in the area.
Rep Cavaletto speaking at the Greenville Lincoln Day Dinner.
Rep Cavaletto. Mary sand Abe Lincoln
Visiting with Abe Lincoln at the Ramsey celebration . Ramsey is 150 years a Village. Great day for Ramsey.
The Rep was at the Salem Invitational Tourney watching the final game
Gov. Quinn at SOTS in Springfield
Clinton county farm bureau meeting in Breese.