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Mark Matthiesen, is and has always been, a go-getter. He has set his standards very high, and will continue to fight for change until his vision has been reached. Working in the public realm for many years, Mark Matthiesen has a history of excellence, and holds the public interest very close to heart. As the son of two public school teachers, Mark knows the value of quality education and a strong public school system and providing parents with as many educational options. Mark Matthiesen is a Father, Husband, Christian, Realtor, and a true representative of the people of Missouri.

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  • Prioritizing the most vulnerable
  • Lowering health care costs
  • Sensible immigration reform
  • Promoting and working for democracy and diversity
  • Supporting our veterans and military families



About Mark Matthiesen State Rep

Representative Mark Matthiesen, a Republican, represents part of St. Charles County (District 107) in the Missouri House of Representatives. He was elected to his first two-year term in November 2016 and re-elected for his second term in November 2022.

Family & Education

A 1994 graduate of Washington High School, Matthiesen received his bachelor’s degree in Hospitality Management from Southwest Missouri State University (now Missouri State) in 2005. Born in Fayetteville, Arkansas, Matthiesen currently resides in O’Fallon with his wife and son.


When it comes to the security and future of your family, you deserve to have State Representative Mark Matthiesen fighting for your best interests. Residing in O'Fallon, MO, he has the pleasure of directly serving families and their children throughout the St. Charles County area. As a hard-working, middle-class husband, father, and Christian, this dedicated Republican candidate is committed to ensuring a better future for his constituents. With more than 20 years of working and managerial experience in the hospitality industry, State Representative Mark Matthiesen knows the struggles of living paycheck to paycheck and is committed to easing financial burdens caused by high tax rates. During his previous term, he passed new tax reform legislation, lowering the personal income tax on Missourians to 5.5 percent. He will continue to work toward a balanced state budget and government body that is held accountable

Campaign EventMLK Memorial Day
Fundraising Dinner

15 January 2020
7.30 PM & 9.30 PM
Benefit Teragram Hall
395 Nostrand Ave, Brooklyn, NY

Sponsored Bills

HB 1002 - (1462H.01I)

Reduces the assessment percentage of certain personal property and all other tangible personal property tax over 12 years

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HB 1012 - (1961H.01I)

Creates provisions relating to minimum nurse staffing requirements

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HB 1062 - (1810H.01I)

Authorizes taxpayers to reject income tax cuts and establishes a fund for the difference in the excess amounts to be paid out to eligible state employees

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HB 1103 - (1896H.01I)

Reduces the assessment percentage of certain personal property and provides a personal property tax exemption for certain personal property upon adoption of a constitutional amendment authorizing such exemption

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HB 1134 - (2345H.01I)

Modifies the “circuit breaker” tax credit by increasing the maximum upper limit and property tax credit amounts

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HB 1148 - (2505H.01I)

Creates provisions relating to health insurance coverage for services provided by midwives and doulas

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HB 1194 - (2468H.01I)

Modifies provisions relating to the collection of penalties for delinquent personal property taxes

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HB 1248 - (1811H.01I)

Establishes the creative classroom act

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HB 1356 - (2476H.01I)

Creates provisions relating to hospital violence prevention plans

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HJR 44 - (1468H.02I)

Proposes a constitutional amendment that would freeze the property tax imposed on homesteads of certain senior citizens

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HJR 60 - (2150H.01I)

Proposes a constitutional amendment to allow the general assembly to exempt tangible personal property from personal property taxation by general law

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Paid for by Matthiesen for Missouri, Mike Sommer - Treasurer
O Fallon, MO 63366
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Paid for by Matthiesen for Missouri, Mike Sommer - Treasurer