, one of three Democrats vying to face a GOP opponent for in the 35th Illinois House District race, coasted to an easy win during Tuesday's primary.
She will face who ran unopposed. Williams was unavailable for comment Tuesday night.
Hurley won the race with 6,739 votes, against Andrew Martin's 3,992 votes and Andrew Byrne Hodorowicz with 1,862 votes, or about 53 percent.
"I'm just humbled and overwhelmed," Hurley told Patch at her campaign party after her victory speech. "I'm grateful for the support."
About a hundred supporters attended Hurley's party at 115 Bourbon Street, at 3359 W 115th St, in Merrionette Park.
Surrounded by red balloons and those cheering supporters, Hurley declared, "I will be a full-time legislator. I promise that."
Supporter Mike Graves said the big win has paved the way for a victory in November.
"She going to do a really good job in Springfield," Graves said. "We've had a big win and we're looking for another one in November."