Mississippi State House, District 116
|Profession||Veteran, Shipbuilding Supplier Salesman|
Stein has lived in Harrison County his entire life. He graduated from D'Iberville High School in 1969. He went on to serve in the US Navy and is a veteran of the Gulf War. He attended Gulf Coast Community College, and now works as a Ship Supplier Salesman. He attends St. Mary's Catholic Church. Stein is married and has two children.
Stein's 2011 special election campaign site list several key policy positions and campaign themes:
- "I believe in putting God, family, and country first."
- "I attend St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Woolmarket and I am Pro Life."
- "I am a Conservative Republican. I want to lead by example and donate 1/2 of my salary back to the people of District 116."
- "I believe in honesty and transparency in Government."
- "I believe that smaller government means LESS spending."
- "I believe in funding education 100%. We are currently 238 million dollars below funding education adequately."
- "I want to create a Gulf Coast Legislature Forum to get input from the PEOPLE before and after the session."
- "I believe Term Limits and Caps on election spending."
- "I believe in Open Primaries. People should decide who to elect."
- "I believe it should be left up to the people to decide on annexation and not a judge."
- "I believe in Insurance Reform to Reduce Premiums."
Stein was defeated in the January 11, 2011 special election to Mississippi House of Representatives District 116. Jim Atchison (R) and Casey Eure (R) garnered the most votes in the special election. The race will proceed to a runoff.
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