Mark DiSanto for Pennington County Commission

Phil Jensen


Mark DiSanto is running for District 4 Pennington County Commission.

I first met Mark a couple of years ago, shortly after his wife Lynne won a place on the 2014 ballot for District 35 House. Mark and Lynne are both dedicated conservatives (and Lynne now has a record that shows it) who believe in limited government, low taxes, and accountability to the taxpayers.

The Pennington County Commission has made some missteps in the last year or so.

Rick Kriebel 2016


First there was the wheel tax the commission supported, which was then rejected by the taxpayers at the ballot box.

Then there was the 20% raise the commission gave itself, which angered many taxpayers, especially since it came right on the heels of the wheel tax.

It was around this time that Mark DiSanto announced he would be running for Pennington County Commission in District 4.

Woodrow Wilcox


Other candidates include Larry Baker, and incumbent commissioner Lyndell Petersen.

You can take a look at Mark’s flier below.





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