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Geneva attorney announces run for state House seat

By Steve Lord - Beacon News - October 10, 2013 3:18PM
GENEVA — Geneva attorney Steve Andersson announced his candidacy Thursday for the 65th State House District GOP nomination by stating a basic vision.“It’s simply about being reasonable,” he said. “This is not about partisan bickering, or about espousing extreme political views

Lawyer, Library Board Member Steve Andersson Will Seek Schmitz' Illinois House Seat

by Rick Nagel - - October 8, 2013

Steve Andersson will announce his intention to run for the Illinois House of Representatives, 65th District, in the March 2014 Republican primary, according to a release issued this wee.

Andersson will make the announcement at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 10, 2013, on the steps of the Kane County Courthouse. The public is invited to attend.

Geneva man wants state House 65th District seat

by Susan Sarkauskas - Daily Herald - October 7th, 2013

Geneva lawyer Steven Andersson is running for the Republican nomination for the state House 65th District seat.

He plans a formal announcement at 10:30 a.m. Thursday on the steps of the Kane County Courthouse, 100 S. Third St., Geneva, according to a news release sent Monday.

Andersson sworn in to serve 65th District

Assorted Articles about the Swearing in:

Daily Herald

Kane County Chronicle

Myrtle beach, SC

Sacramento Bee

Quad Cities Online

​Greenfield, Indiana

Steve Andersson of Geneva believes it was his focus on the state's finances, and refusal to be "distracted" by social issues, that gave him the victory Tuesday in the campaign for the Republican nomination for the 65th state House District seat."My priority was that and that alone," Andersson said. " ... It has to be. Our state financial state is a complete financial disaster."With all precincts reporting, Andersson received 4,303 votes, Dan Ugaste of Geneva 2,958, and Debbie Miller of Elgin 2,057.