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Putative U.S. House Candidate Sues Gant to Get on Ballot

A Constitution Party candidate who unsuccessfully tried to get on the November South Dakota ballot for the U.S. House of Representatives is suing Secretary of State Jason Gant to be placed on the ballot.

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Cari Leidholt, S.D. Department of Public Safety, explains locations of Canton homes in need of repair, cleanup or disinfecting to Lt. Gov. Matt Michels.
Cari Leidholt, S.D. Department of Public Safety, explains locations of Canton homes in need of repair, cleanup or disinfecting to Lt. Gov. Matt Michels.

Helping With Mental Health Needs Also Part of Recovery After Canton Flooding

CANTON, S.D. -- Along the streets of this southeast South Dakota community, piles of carpeting, plywood and house furnishings pinpoint where recent heavy rains overwhelmed sump pumps, storm sewers and basements

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First Woman Gubernatorial Candidate Chooses Woman for Running Mate

State Rep. Susan Wismer, this month’s winner of the South Dakota Democratic primary for governor, has named her running mate.

“Today I announced former legislator, mother, wife, nurse and activist Suzy Blake in this historic campaign,” Wismer said before reporters and supporters in the downtown Sioux Falls public library Wednesday morning

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Pic by JD Collins-KIKN/Sprint Sioux Falls

STUDY: Dakotans Know How to ‘Chillax’

Dakotans know how to “chillax.” The real estate blog Movoto ranks North Dakota as the least stressed out state in the nation and South Dakota the third least.

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Government Is Run By Those Who Show Up – But What If No One Does?

(NPN) -- Those who show up, the late Gov. George Mickelson liked to tell us journalists at his Friday news conferences during the South Dakota legislative session, run the government. But what if no one shows up?

That’s the dismaying outcome of Tuesday’s South Dakota primary election

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Rounds: Federal Government Is in the Health Care Rationing Business

Republican U.S. Senate candidate Mike Rounds is clear about what he thinks about Obamacare.

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State Rep. Stace Nelson addresses the media and supporters May 30, 2014 at a news conference at the Sioux Falls Public Library Main Branch. NPN photo by Todd Epp, used with permission.
State Rep. Stace Nelson addresses the media and supporters May 30, 2014 at a news conference at the Sioux Falls Public Library Main Branch. NPN photo by Todd Epp, used with permission.

Nelson Blames Rounds for Possible Hot Springs VA Closure

SIOUX FALLS (NPN) — In a wide-ranging news conference Friday, state Rep. Stace Nelson continued his attacks on Republic primary front-runner Mike Rounds and added a new charge — that the former governor precipitated the Department of Veterans Affairs desire to close the VA hospital in Hot Springs

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Republican U.S. Senate candidates Dr. Annette Bosworth, state Rep. Stace Nelson and Maj. Jason Ravnsborg prior to the the taping of their forum May 30, 2014 at the Wegner Library at the USD Medical School in Sioux Falls. Photo by Todd Epp, NPN, used with permission.
Republican U.S. Senate candidates Dr. Annette Bosworth, state Rep. Stace Nelson and Maj. Jason Ravnsborg prior to the the taping of their forum May 30, 2014 at the Wegner Library at the USD Medical School in Sioux Falls. Photo by Todd Epp, NPN, used with permission.

3 of 5 GOP U.S. Senate Candidates Attend Forum Taping Friday

SIOUX FALLS (NPN) — In a moderator-less format, three of the five Republican candidates for U.S. Senate discussed a number of issues facing the state and nation days before the June 3 primary.

In a unique format that did not include a moderator, Dr

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Bosworth Says Political Comments Harsh Against Her, Women

(NPN) Standing in front of a hand painted “anarchy” symbol, Republican U.S. Senate candidate Annette Bosworth held an unorthodox news conference in a small, sweltering storefront in Sioux Falls and condemned what she says are profane comments about her

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Who is ‘Rino Mike’ and Does It Really Matter?

(NPN) -- In the greater scheme of things, it probably doesn't matter.

But David Montgomery (@ArgusMontgomery) at the Sioux Falls Argus Leader thinks he's figured out one of the mysteries of the 2014 South Dakota U

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