(NPN) -- Former Republican South Dakota governor Mike Rounds leads Democratic challenger Rick Weiland by nearly 13 points in the U.S. Senate race in the Nielson Brothers Polling/Northern Plains News poll conducted in late July
Politically in South Dakota, 2014 has been extraordinary. The sheer number of candidates putting together statewide campaigns for public service and the primary process as a result is a story unto itself.
Michelle Erpenbach wants to continue representing the Central District on the Sioux Falls City Council despite the peaks and valleys. “It’s our role on the City Council to make this the best place to live that we can. I feel like I have more to do in the next four years.”
The promise of a budget surplus in December has dissipated into cold reality. As the South Dakota Legislature wraps up their main session this week, the funding projections are somewhat lower than first anticipated.
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