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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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Harry Reid, Senate Majority Leader
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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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Rounds Knobe
(Courtesy Photo from Rounds for Senate)

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
(Dan Peters/KSOO)

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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Greg Neitzert Dana Palmer
(Dan Peters/KSOO)

Shape Places Zoning Changes Under Scrutiny in Referred Law 3

A new package of zoning rules was approved by the City Council by unanimous vote in 2013, but will be approved or rejected by the voters in the form of Referred Law Three.  

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Denny Pierson
(Dan Peters/KSOO)

Denny Pierson More of a Serving Than Running Politician

During his time on the Sioux Falls Planning Commission, former South Dakota Legislator Denny Pierson got a taste of what governing is like at the city level. 

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Rebecca Dunn

Candidate Dunn Says Don’t Just Whine About It, Do Something

Family values instilled long ago motivate Rebecca Dunn to jump into the race for the Central District seat on the Sioux Falls City Council.  “I was raised in a family where my parents taught me not to whine, but to do something about it if you see something that’s wrong.” 

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Doug Morrison
(Dan Peters/KSOO)

Serving on School Board Is Labor of Love for Candidate Morrison

Doug Morrison wants to serve another term.  “The community has invested 6 years in me and sometimes I feel like I’m still learning every day.  I’m energized by it.”   

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