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Stace Nelson
(Courtesy @RepStaceNelson on Twitter)

Stace Nelson Makes It a Four Person Republican Race for U.S. Senate

Stace Nelson of Fulton is in the race to take over the U.S. Senate seat currently held by Tim Johnson.

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Larry Rhoden
(submitted by Rhoden for Senate)

Republican Primary Is Rounds Versus Rhoden [VIDEO]

South Dakota Republicans now have to choose their candidate for U.S. Senate. Larry Rhoden looks to be the conservative alternative to Mike Rounds.

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(Photo by Brendan Hoffman/Getty Images)
(Photo by Brendan Hoffman/Getty Images)

Baby Step Progress By Congress On Funding the Government

The United States Senate voted Monday, March 18th, to move forward with a bipartisan funding bill.

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(Photo by Laister/Express/Getty Images)
(Photo by Laister/Express/Getty Images)

A Hope the Canary Might Sing Loudly Again

No Labels, A national grassroots movement of hundreds of thousands of Republicans, Democrats and independents dedicated to a new politics of problem solving, is hosting its Meeting to Make America Work!,

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Former Senator George McGovern
(Photo credit should read TIM SLOAN/AFP/Getty Images)

McGovern Honored By Senate Colleages

A resolution honoring the life of former U.S. Senator and three-time presidential candidate George McGovern has unanimously passed the Senate.

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Photo by Getty Images
Photo by Getty Images

One More George McGovern Memory (or Two)

A lot has been said and is being said about former Senator George McGovern in the aftermath of his death, and I've thought of a couple of things I haven't passed along.

In his 1980 campaign for re-election, the one he lost to Republican Jim Abdnor, George McGovern was the reason Peter, Paul and Mary came to Sioux Falls to play a concert

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Congress gets back to work after a five-week break, and Senators and Representatives have a lot to do between now and the November elections.
Congress gets back to work after a five-week break, and Senators and Representatives have a lot to do between now and the November elections.

Back to Work for Congress

They have a lot on their plates.

Senators and Representatives in Congress went back to work on Monday, after their August recess and before the November elections.

It's too early for anybody to call them "lame-ducks," but we probably get the feeling that the American people will be calling them a lot of things if they don't get something done

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