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South Dakota Insurance Regulator Resigns

State officials say Insurance Division Director Merle Scheiber has resigned, effective December 29.

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Jon Hoadley

Vermillion’s Hoadley Sworn in as Michigan Legislator

Vermillion, South Dakota native Jon Hoadley will be sworn in as a Michigan state representative Friday in Kalamazoo.

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South Dakota Government Releases EB-5 Report. Their Conclusion – The Dead Guy Did It!

Without proper checks and balances some good people can turn bad, and bad people will find a way to take advantage of the voids.

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PRESSLER: No More Middle in American Politics?

Former South Dakota U.S. Senator Larry Pressler said he is disappointed that so much money swayed voters and negative campaigning in the just conducted election that is sending former Republican governor Mike Rounds to Washington, D.C.

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photo by Rick Knobe
photo by Rick Knobe

Barth Running for State Democratic Chair

Just-re-elected Minnehaha County Commissioner Jeff Barth says he’s in to run for the chair of the South Dakota Democratic Party next month.

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Kristi Noem
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Congressional Lame Duck Session Doesn’t Pass By Easy Street, Kristi Noem Talks Funding Government

Congress is back in session and South Dakota Congresswoman Kristi Noem resumes her duties representing her constituents.  

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Photo by Todd Epp
Photo by Todd Epp

In South Dakota, Does Religion Determine Your Electoral Destiny?

Want to know the best indicator of how a South Dakotan might vote? Find out their religion, according to Sioux Falls pollster Paul Nielson.

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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
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South Dakota AARP Calls Out MoveOn.org 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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The Beauty Of The Booth

It's easy to get caught up in the latest polling numbers and "follow the herd", however in America voting takes place in a private place with no one peaking over your shoulder. It's "The Beauty of the Booth."

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