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Pressler Feels South Dakota Getting Railroaded

An Independent candidate with previous experience in the U.S. Senate presents unique opportunities if sent back to the post.  

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July Court Date Set for US Senate Candidate Clayton Walker

A court date has been scheduled next month for an independent candidate for U.S. Senate in South Dakota who failed to make the November ballot.

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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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Mike Rounds
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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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60 Second Spin: Who’s Gonna Win and Who’s Gonna Lose in the Primary Elections

In this episode of 60 Second Spin, Rick and Todd discuss who is going to come out on top in Tuesday's Primary Elections and who is going to come up far short.

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Fair Trade: No More IRS or Benghazi Hearings in Exchange for Koch Bros. Moratorium

The acrimony in Washington continues ad nauseam with no signs of relenting.  Republicans and Democrats hungry for power use any means necessary to garner support. 

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Federal Department of Education and Obamacare Among Candidate Rounds’ Targets

Republican U.S. Senate primary is hurdle number one for the candidates that want the job currently held by Tim Johnson.  Former Governor Mike Rounds takes aim at the Affordable Care Act, the Department of Education and the National Debt during a 20-minute session on KSOO’s Viewpoint University.

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Tim Johnson
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Crazy Eights With Room for Nine in Race for South Dakota U.S. Senate Seat

Interest is into the stratosphere for the soon to be vacated seat currently held by Tim Johnson. 

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Rick Kiley
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One Job Is Not Enough for Candidate Rick Kiley

Life-long resident of Sioux Falls who is an educator by trade, Rick Kiley wants to represent the Southeast District on the City Council. 

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Carnegie Town Hall
(City of Sioux Falls)

Changing City Charter Conundrum

Changing the Charter of Sioux Falls is one of those elements of civic duty that is rare.  Thus when it needs to be done both the elected leaders and the citizens have to agree to adjust.

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