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  • Voters Guide Three Candidates Seek Hopkins Mayoral Position
    October 8, 2021
    Voters Guide Three Candidates Seek Hopkins Mayoral PositionWhat separates you from the other candidates? My record and history of participation. I’m transparent. You can see that from my voting record on planning and zoning, the clubs I have lead and my past service. In short, I showed up and will continue to show-up.

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  • Hopkins mayoral candidates share their views on key issues in recent forum
    September 30, 2021
    Hopkins mayoral candidates share their views on key issues in recent forumTo help inform voters about Hopkins candidates and what their positions are on key issues within the city, the League of Women Voters - Minnetonka/Eden Prairie/Hopkins chapter hosted a mayoral and council forum Sept. 20. The election will take place Nov. 2 with early voting underway.

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  • Sam Stiele Participates in League of Women Voters Candidate Forum
    September 30, 2021
    Sam Stiele Participates in League of Women Voters Candidate ForumSam Stiele Participates in League of Women Voters Candidate Forum. Check out the highlights from The League of Women Voters candidate forum at the link below. Mayoral discussion begins at about 1 hour 28 minutes.

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  • Sam Stiele Announces “We Lean Local” Platform
    September 24, 2021
    A lot of people talk about politics and reflect on what is happening nationally. Local government impacts our lives perhaps more than any other vote we cast. When you think about who is at the helm in local government those are the people planning future city needs.

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  • Sam Stiele announces run for Hopkins mayoral seat
    August 24, 2021
    Sam Stiele announces run for Hopkins mayoral seatSam Stiele recently announced his candidacy for the mayor of Hopkins.“I didn’t see a mayoral candidate that represented me,” Stiele said in a statement. “We need someone who knows this town inside and out. Hopkins needs a leader who believes that progress is a balancing act, one who offers open communication. I will create an approachable government whose mission is to serve Hopkins and mentor future leaders.”

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