Steve Losner is a husband, father, and community advocate committed to leading a healthy Homestead.
Steve Losner is a fourth-generation Homestead resident who’s dedicated his life to public service, serving on numerous neighborhood boards, committees, and charity organizations.
From 2001 to 2007, Steve served as our Vice-Mayor, advocating for cleaner streets, better housing access, and a higher quality of life for Homestead residents.
But, after he left public office, Steve saw our leaders prioritizing the needs of developers over families, using public dollars for wasteful pet projects, and promoting high-density overdevelopment. He knew that something had to be done.
Worried about Homestead’s path forward, Steve ran for mayor in 2019, setting out to deliver real change for our city.
Steve understands that our city is a special place to live, work, and raise a family, and he’s worked hard to keep it that way. As our mayor, Steve successfully fought overdevelopment, secured COVID-19 relief, created jobs, expanded access to family-friendly housing, and kept our community safe.
Steve promised to put our residents first, and he’s delivered on that promise. Now, he’s running for re-election to build on the progress we’ve made and continue leading a healthy Homestead.
Steve holds a J.D. from Mercer University and lives in Homestead with his wife, Lori. The two have three children. Alex, the oldest, serves as a member of the United States Marine Corps, and twins Max and Lizzie recently finished university.
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