Category: South Dakota

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RINO Governor Daugaard Backs RINOs in Primary Again

There are some people you just know you can count on. You can count on them to put the greater good ahead of their own convenience or what’s easy. You know you can count on them to do what’s right. You can count on them to do what needs to be done. Then there are the Republicans In Name Only (RINOs), like our Governor Dennis Daugaard.

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Marilyn Oakes

On the Issues: Marilyn Oakes

American Clarion recently submitted a list of questions to Marilyn Oakes, a fresh candidate for the South Dakota House in District 30. These questions focused primarily on bills that were considered in the 2016 legislative session, to develop an idea of how the candidate might have voted on these issues, were they in office at the time the bills were considered.

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Terri Haverly: Raising Your Taxes

Terri Haverly: Raising Your Taxes

I received this mailer today about South Dakota Senator Terri Haverly’s votes for higher taxes. Being in her district, District 35, I’m more than familiar with her record.

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States Strike Back Against Obama Transgender Agenda

States Strike Back Against Obama Transgender Agenda

AOL News reports 11 states have decided not to roll over for President Barack Obama’s illegal attempt to force the transgender states on America’s education system. Why aren’t there more, since there are 31 Republican governors?

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Rick Kriebel

On the Issues: Rick Kriebel

American Clarion recently submitted a list of questions to Rick Kriebel, a fresh candidate for the South Dakota Senate in District 32. These questions focused primarily on bills that were considered in the 2016 legislative session, to develop an idea of how the candidate might have voted on these issues, were they in office at the time the bills were considered.

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Janette McIntyre

On the Issues: Janette McIntyre

American Clarion recently submitted a list of questions to Janette McIntyre, a fresh candidate for the South Dakota Senate in District 34 . These questions focused primarily on bills that were considered in the 2016 legislative session, to develop an idea of how the candidate might have voted on these issues, were they in office at the time the bills were considered.

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On the Issues for South Dakota: Travis Lasseter

On the Issues for South Dakota: Travis Lasseter

American Clarion recently submitted a list of questions to new candidates for the South Dakota Legislature in 2016. These questions focused primarily on bills that were considered in the 2016 legislative session, to develop an idea of how the candidate might have voted on these issues, were they in office at the time the bills were considered.

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Sean McPherson for Dist. 32: Family First

Sean McPherson for Dist. 32: Family First

Sean McPherson is one of three Republicans running for the two District 32 House seats in South Dakota. Also running is Craig Ericks, a good conservative, and incumbent RINO Kristen Conzet.

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Interest Rate Petition Challenge Unsuccessful

Interest Rate Petition Challenge Unsuccessful

Today, South Dakota Secretary of State Shantel Krebs announced that the challenge submitted for the initiated amendment to the South Dakota Constitution Limiting the Ability to Set Statutory Interest Rates for Loans (18%) was unsuccessful.

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Craig Ericks: Defending South Dakota Values

Craig Ericks: Defending South Dakota Values

Craig Ericks is one of three Republicans running for South Dakota House in District 32. Since there are two House seats, that means one of these Republicans will not get a shot at the title in the general election.

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