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Kristi Noem
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From Money Standpoint Noem Campaign Was Franklin C-Note, Robinson Jefferson Nickel

It probably wasn’t the only factor, but being able to raise money for a Congressional campaign better than her opponent was of great benefit for Kristi Noem.  

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South Dakota Republican Headquarters
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Republicans Roll to Resounding Victory in South Dakota

South Dakota voters told the Republican party “We want more of what you’ve got.”  

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Rick Weiland
(Dan Peters/KSOO)

South Dakota AARP Calls Out for Using Logo Without Permission

A former employer of one of the U.S. Senate Candidates who wants to take over South Dakota’s open seat wants to stay out of the political fray.  

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Angus King
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Independent Senator from Maine Wants Larry Pressler to Rejoin National Fray

It’s about getting the process working to build bridges instead bickering in the United States Senate. 

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Mike Rounds Mike Huckabee
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Let Us Know if You Would Rather Be Swayed by Political Heavyweight Endorsements or a Chat with Trusted Friends

The political winds have brought the “out of town experts with the briefcase” to South Dakota.

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Early Voting Begins In Iowa For Presidential Election

What Are the Limits of PACs Coordinating with U.S. Senate Campaigns? Good Question.

It seems the conventional "wisdom" among the South Dakota political operatives, reporters and bloggers is that political action committees can't coordinate with federal office seekers like the U.S. Senate race candidates.

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VPU Rick Todd
photo by Jason Davis

Three Women and One Man Enter, Only One Will Leave as the Victor

Four folks are vying to be the next Secretary of State in South Dakota.  In this non-presidential election season, action for elected office is heavy.  

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by Jason Davis/KSOO Radio

Knobe Returns to Traffic, School Bonds and the Indigenous

Back in the faculty lounge, Rick Knobe is refreshed from his time away and ready to impart more knowledge to the student body.  

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Senate Candidate 2014 Annette Bosworth at KSOO
photo by Dan Peters/KSOO Radio

Bosworth Gets Early Legal Victory with Trial Delayed Until Next Year

After losing her lawyer in early August to help defend against perjury and fraud, Annette Bosworth was granted a delay in her trial date to help prepare her case.  

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Slackers Beware Political Signs Must Be Gone Now If Not Sooner

The deadline has arrived for removal of political signage within the City of Sioux Falls. 

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