VOTERS GUIDE: Stephen Webber

Candidate for Missouri House of Representatives District 23
Monday, July 19, 2010 | 1:00 a.m. CDT; updated 10:39 a.m. CDT, Monday, July 19, 2010

Stephen Webber is serving his first term as the 23rd District’s House representative.

Webber worked as an aide for U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo. He was in the Marines for six years and served two tours in Iraq.

Stephen Webber

PERSONAL: Age 27. Single.


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OCCUPATION: Incumbent state house representative for District 23

EDUCATION: Bachelor’s degree in economics from St. Louis University, 2006

BACKGROUND: Member of The American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars.

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Webber said he was proud of how well Boone County's representatives have worked together across party lines to bring improvements to the city and county.

Top issues:

  • Defending MU’s budget
  • Creating high-paying jobs in mid-Missouri
  • Preserving money for K-12 education

Why he’s running for re-election: “I’ve been working together with Mary Still, Chris Kelly, Paul Quinn and Steve Hobbs in the House and Kurt Schaefer in the Senate, and I think we’ve done good work cooperatively to improve our hometown, but there are still a lot of things left we need to do,” Webber said.

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