District 51A Rep. Diane Anderson (R) intends to focus on the state's business climate, education funding and goverment accountability in her bid for re-election this year.
Anderson highlighted those issues in a press release announcing that the incumbent legislator had filed for re-election last Friday. Anderson, who lives in Eagan, has a bachelors of science degree from the University of Minnesota. During her first term as a state representative, she served on the Health and Human Services Finance Committee, the Commerce and Regluatory Reform Committee and the Judiciary Policy and Finance Committee.
“This district needs a fiscally conservative representative who is committed to helping Minnesotans keep more of their hard earned paychecks," Anderson wrote in the press release. "It is important to improve Minnesota's job climate."
Anderson's opponent, Sandra Masin, is a former Eagan City Council Member.