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Jacob Bossman was elected on Tuesday (January 16) as the new State Representative in House District 6 in Woodbury County.  He replaces Jim Carlin, who was elected as Senator last month.  

Bossman is a Republican who lives in Sioux City. He is a graduate of Morningside College, with a degree in Economics. He and his wife, Carmen, live in the Morningside area of Sioux City with their twin daughters.

Representative Bossman has served on the staff of U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley for 12 years He is a
 longtime member of Morningside Lutheran Church, serves on the Morningside College Alumni Board,  coaches YMCA youth soccer, and volunteers for Siouxland Youth for Christ and the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Siouxland's Every Classroom Counts program.  

He has been assigned to the following House committees:  Education, Judiciary, Veteran's Affairs, and Justice Systems Budget Subcommittee.