Steve Green endorsed by Dist. 2 GOP; Brita Sailer will also run in Dist. 2B
Steve Green is announcing his candidacy for Minnesota Representative for House District 2B. He is running on the Republican ticket and was endorsed by District 2 delegates.
Green is a 1978 graduate of Fosston High School and life long resident of the district. He and his wife Cindy raised their family south of Fosston on the family farm in a home built by themselves. They have six grown children and eight grandchildren.
As a self-employed businessman for the past 31 years, Steve and his family have enjoyed the many benefits of rural living. With his children grown and starting their own families, Steve is now focusing his efforts on growing a greater Minnesota.
Steve will be visiting the areas included in District 2B throughout his campaign. For more information about his campaign, go to sites.google.com/site/ stevegreen2b.
Brita Sailer of Park Rapids has been endorsed by DFLers to run as state representative for Dist. 2B.
The news came out of the nominating convention Saturday in Clearbrook. Hubbard County had several delegates at the convention, said Lowell Schellack, Hubbard County DFL chair.
Sen. Rod Skoe, of Clearbrook, was endorsed for Dist. 2 and Roger Erickson, of Baudette, was endorsed for Dist. 2A representative.
Sailer served as state representative from 2005-10 and lost the 2010 election to David Hancock, of Bemidji.
With redistricting, Hancock no longer lives in Dist. 2B.