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Charles Haan Lawsuit to be on Ballot Dismissed

A circuit judge was dismissed a lawsuit brought by a Watertown man seeking to be on the ballot as candidate for South Dakota's lone U.S. House seat.

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More Women at the Top of South Dakota’s Ballot

Come November, women want to make sure South Dakota politics is no longer a boy's club.

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South Dakota Libertarian Party Hopes to Prove Relevance

The Libertarian Party in South Dakota is planning a state convention next month, with hopes of showing it is as relevant as the Democratic Party.

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South Dakota Benefits Require Some State Employees to Travel for Lowest Rates

State employees will now have to travel to Sioux Falls and other eastern cities for the most affordable specialty services.

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Tim Johnson Gives $200K to South Dakota Democratic Party

South Dakota's retiring U.S. senator has announced that he's giving $200,000 to the state's Democratic party.

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Where Do South Dakota Senate Candidates Stand on Minimum Wage Hike?

Two of the four candidates for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by retiring Democrat Tim Johnson support a minimum wage hike.

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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...

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South Dakota Lawmakers Discusses Road Conditions, Funding

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — State officials are meeting with a South Dakota legislative panel to discuss the condition of the state's highway system and the funding used to maintain and build the roads.

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South Dakota’s 2014 Legislature Ready to Start; Means More Pierre Politicking

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — Gov. Dennis Daugaard will kick off this year's session of the South Dakota Legislature with his annual State of State speech.

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Governor Dennis Daugaard Appoints Rapid City Businessman to South Dakota Senate

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — Gov. Dennis Daugaard has appointed Rapid City businessman Alan Solano to represent District 32 in the South Dakota Senate.

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