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|Geri D. Huser|
|Member of the Iowa House of Representatives
from the 42nd district
|Preceded by||James Van Fossen|
|Succeeded by||Kim Pearson|
July 14, 1963 |
Des Moines, Iowa
|Occupation||Planning Specialist, Polk County Social Services|
Geri D. Huser (born July 14, 1963) is a Democratic party politician. She served in the Iowa House of Representatives from 1996 to 2011.
She served[when?] as a Planning Specialist with Polk County Social Services and has been director of Iowa Finance Authority's Title Guaranty Division. Huser was named[when?] to Governor Terry Branstad's Transportation 2020 Citizen Advisory Commission. Since 1991 she served as a member of the Altoona City Council and the Metropolitan Planning Organization since 1990.
From 1996 to 2011 Huser represented the 42nd District in the Iowa House of Representatives and served on several committees: the Judiciary committee; the Local Government committee; the Ways and Means committee; and the Transportation committee, which she chaired. In 2006 Huser was re-elected with 8,493 votes, running unopposed.  She lost re-election in 20111 to Republican Kim Pearson by 126 votes.
As Chairwoman of the Iowa Utilities Board, she voted in June 2016 not to allow the controversial construction of the Bakken pipeline to continue, but was trumped by the other two members Nick Wagner and Libby Jacobs who voted in favor.
Huser is the daughter of Ed and Lois Skinner. She is married to her husband Dan and together then have a daughter named Kelli and a son named Blake.
- Altoona City Council (2 years)
- Greater Des Moines Housing Trust Fund Board
- Metropolitan Planning Organization
- Altoona Family Home
- East Polk Interagency Association
- "Where are they now? Geri Huser edition". Bleeding Heartland. Retrieved 12 December 2013.
- William Petrowski (6 June 2016). "Despite critics, Bakken pipeline gets go-ahead in Iowa". Des Moines Register. Retrieved 8 June 2016.
- "Representative Geri Huser". The Iowa Legislature. Archived from the original on 12 December 2013. Retrieved 12 December 2013.
- Representative Geri Huser official Iowa General Assembly site
- Representative Geri Huser official constituency blog
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