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Meet Sandy Masin, DFL Candidate for House District 51A

Sandy Masin, who is seeking election in District 51A this year, has previous held office on the Eagan City Council and in the Minnesota House of Representatives.

Editor's Note: Sandra Masin is one of several local candidates whose name will appear on Burnsville ballots during the statewide primary election on Tuesday. Masin's opponent, , is not actively campaigning for election.

General Information

Name : Ms. Sandra A. Masin
Also known as : Sandy
Age : 69
Place of residence : Eagan, MN

Education

College

Attended college: Yes
College: Valparaiso University
Degree: B.A.
Year of graduation: 1960

Grad school

Employment Information

Job titles held: NA
Employers: Kumon of Eagan, Masin Financial Services

Political Information

Party affiliation: Democrat
Running for a: State office
Running for position: MN House of Representatives- 51A
Chamber/district:
Incumbent: No
First elected: Nov. 7, 2006
Previous elective offices: Minnesota House of Representatives, Eagan City Council
Unsuccessful bids for elective offices: 2010, 1998

Party HQ

Address P.O. Box 21523, Eagan, MN 55121

Campaign Manager

Name: Micki Lechner-Riehle
Title: Campaign Chair

URLs

Website : www.masin4rep.org
Twitter : http://www.twitter.com/Masin4Rep

Other facts

My three children attended public school and graduated from Burnsville High School. Previous activities include: Dakota County Fair Board, I.D.S. #191 Communications Committee, Dakota County Fair Board, I.S.D. 191 Community Education Advisory Committee, Eagan Parks Committee, League of Women Voters.

Are you a candidate? Submit your profile and a photo to Burnsville Editor Clare Kennedy at clare.kennedy@patch.com.

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