Sobieski to run in House Dist. 2B
David Sobieski announced his candidacy for Minnesota House District 2B and his intention to seek the DFL endorsement.
“I’m running for Minnesota House District 2B because of my commitment to rural Minnesota. I want to represent our rural interests, not ideologies. I am a moderate who believes in bipartisanship. I believe I can best represent the majority of folks in this district. I want to invest in our communities. Where bipartisanship is possible I will work hard to achieve it. Compromise and consensus are necessary to get our work done. I am a problem solver who wants to work in a spirit of cooperation. I don’t have all the answers but I am a good listener. I hope you agree and will join me on the path to improving Northern Minnesota.”
Sobieski is a veteran of the United States Air Force, having served from 1987 through 1990. “I was a parachute rigger and sewer in the Air Force. It was my job to keep pilots and flight crews safe. I served my country and in doing so learned a trade that allowed me to open a small business.” He is a graduate of the University of Minnesota Twin Cities Campus with a degree in Adult Education and Creative Writing.
Sobieski and his wife, Amy, currently own and operate CanvasWork Inc., a sewing and manufacturing business in New York Mills. Sobieski has been married to Amy for 14 years. They have two sons, John, age 11, and Henry, age 9.