Monday, October 6, 2008

House District 92: Dan Stusek

AGE: 21
OCCUPATION: Sports Authority (part-time)
HOMETOWN: Missoula, Mont.
FAMILY: Parents, two older sisters, and one younger brother and sister (siblings ages ranging from 30 to 17)
EDUCATION: UM senior in political science, with a minor in history. Planning to graduate in the spring, and would like to enter law school within the next few years.
POLITICAL OR PUBLIC SERVICE: Senator, ASUM; College Republicans' state secretary; intern, U.S. Sen. Conrad Burns in Washington D.C., summer 2006; intern, U.S. Rep. Denny Rehberg, Missoula, fall 2005

Stusek says he brings an inquiring mind to race


Aside from homework, sports, and enjoying the outdoors, University of Montana senior Dan Stusek doesn’t fit the bill for the average 21-year-old college student. He’s running as the Republican candidate for House District 92 in the Montana House of Representatives, and will be facing off with long-seatedface Democrat Robin Hamilton, a 61-year-old retired high school teacher.

“He is willing to run in a race where he didn’t have a leg up in,” said Will Selph, state chair of the College Republicans said, a group Stusek is also apart of. “He doesn’t really back down from challenges.” -MORE-

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