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US Senate candidate Peggy Hubbard is running in the Illinois Republican primary on Tuesday
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Peggy Hubbard gave a compelling interview with Right Side Broadcasting Network on Tuesday at President Donald Trump’s Save America Rally in Illinois. In the interview she declared, “I’m coming America!”, as she leads the Republican nominee polls by a narrow margin in the latest ISideWith poll. She enthusiastically speaks out for what she believes in, keeps her word, and does what is right, even when it isn’t easy.
Hubbard’s life story and political journey stands out among the six other Republicans opponents, vying to unseat the incumbent Democratic US Sen. Tammy Duckworth in November. The majority of them have staked out vehemently conservative stances in advance of their Party’s primary on June 28.
If she wins the Republican primary, Hubbard will face the huge name recognition of Hoffman Estates resident Tammy Duckworth, who is running unchallenged in the Democratic primary. Furthermore, Hubbard’s campaign contributions is not match to Duckworth’s claimed $7.1 million in cash on hand as of March 31.
Peggy Hubbard of south St. Louis accuses the Illinois GOP of working in unison with the Democrats to keep the control in Chicago. She’s the lone candidate from outside the Chicago region.
Hubbard is a Trump supporter and former Democrat
Peggy Hubbard was an avid supporter of Donald Trump in his presidential campaigns for president. She believes the 2022 election was compromised and filled with fraud, cheating Donald Trump of the presidency. Like Trump, she believes in America and understands we need more representatives who are not politicians, who are willing to put the American people and our freedoms first. She wants to renegotiate lousy trade deals, fight for our military and veterans, support law enforcement, support criminal justice reform, support the American people, build up our economy and most impoverished areas, and stand up to the politically correct outrage mobs.
Formerly a “staunch Democrat,” Hubbard said she became a Republican in 2014, after a police officer shot and killed a young Black man, Michael Brown, in Ferguson, Missouri, sparking protests and condemnation of police brutality against Black people. For the first time, he came home defeated, while covered in feces and urine, hurled onto him by protesters. She said she felt Democrats went too far in condemning police. Her political awakening became apparent to her that she needed to switch parties.
Hubbard takes pride being called an American Patriot and wears the scars made by left-wing radicals as a badge of honor. She was born a fighter, and she remains one today. She’s everything you could ask for in a stateswoman.
Hubbard’s compelling background
Peggy Hubbard was reared in the St. Louis slums by a single mother with assistance from her maternal grandparents, who made hard work and family values the focal point of her life.
Hubbard joined the US Navy in 1984 and remained there until 1997. Hubbard fell pregnant out of wedlock when she was serving in the Navy.
She was persuaded to undergo an abortion in order to salvage her military career by people she believed were her friends. She went to a Planned Parenthood facility to get the operation done, but after hearing her baby’s heartbeat and initially viewing an ultrasound, she changed her mind. The Planned Parenthood personnel who tried to restrain Peggy Hubbard and coerce her into having the operation done had to be physically resisted and fought off by Peggy Hubbard. She has been a fervent supporter of life ever since.
After years of violence, Peggy Hubbard’s first marriage ended in divorce, and she was left raising her two young children alone. She refused to live on assistance and made the decision to work three jobs to support her young children. She was adamant about taking personal responsibility for her actions and living life on her terms, independent of governmental reliance.
Peggy first met Saint Louis Police Department Officer Charles Hubbard in 1991. In 1994, the two were married and had a mixed family with six kids. She started working as a court officer for the Saint Louis County Police Department before being employed 15 years later by the Internal Revenue Service. In 2009, she ended her career as a police officer and IRS employee. The IRS experience for Peggy Hubbard was enlightening. She observed the vast government bureaucracies’ corruption, waste, fraud, and abuse.
Peggy Hubbard felt a calling to serve her community once more and returned to her job at the IRS while she and her husband Charles were still paying for their children’s college education. Hubbard then decided to become a police officer working in some of Southern Illinois’ most underserved neighborhoods.
After being shot twice while on duty, her spouse was forced to resign in 2016. Like many Illinoisans, Hubbard has witnessed for years as government officials like Senator Dick Durbin disrespect and disregard marginalized populations. She’s had enough with it.
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