South Dakotans have the option of absentee voting by mail or in person. Secretary of State Jason Gant said absentee voting opens today, Friday, April 18 for the June 3 Primary Election.
While some candidates run their mouths, South Dakota Rep. and U.S. Senate Candidate Stace Nelson acts. While some candidates claim to be conservative while betraying conservative principles, South Dakota Rep. and U.S. Senate Candidate Stace Nelson supports and seeks to advance conservative principles.
Tonchi Weaver of Citizens for Liberty and Gordon Howie of Life and Liberty in Rapid City held a meet-and-greet fundraiser for South Dakota Representative and U.S. Senate Candidate Stace Nelson tonight. Nelson spoke to the crowd in Rapid City tonight and said that the reason he was running for U.S. Senate was the same reason he had served in the U.S. Navy and NCIS for over two decades: love of country.
The Rapid City Journal today features five questions with South Dakota Gubernatorial Candidate Lora Hubbel. Here are a couple which highlight the deficiencies of the current governor, Dennis Daugaard.
According to the Rapid City Journal, Stephanie Strong, who sued the South Dakota Secretary of State to get our state government to uphold the law impartially, doesn't have the money to pay the tens of thousands of dollars our court system has ordered her to pay for her impudence in insisting that the law be upheld.
A spirit of change and reform is sweeping the country. Incumbents are being voted out and principled reformers are heading to Washington with a dedication to liberty, Constitutionally limited government and free markets. The Republican Liberty Caucus believes Stace Nelson will be an important part of this movement for change, and we have given him our endorsement in the Republican Primary for the U.S. Senate in South Dakota.
There's a short article in the Rapid City Journal which encapsulates why South Dakota Rep. Stace Nelson is the best choice for U.S. Senate, starting with the headline "Nelson wants to ruffle feathers in Washington."Next Page »
"We don't intend to turn the Republican Party over to the traitors in the battle just ended. We will have no more of those candidates who are pledged to the same goals as our opposition and who seek our support. Turning the party over to the so-called moderates wouldn't make any sense at all." - Ronald Reagan, Nov. 10, 1964