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Candidate Continues Tour Of State

South Dakota democratic Senate candidate Rick Weiland is counting up the towns as he works his way around the state. He says they have gone past the two hundred mark on a swing though southeast South Dakota…

 

Weiland has made big money and expensive campaigns an issue, and he says it is showing up in the debate over health care reform…

 

Weiland, at a stop in Yankton, says with the election a year away, he has to stay on the road working person to person…

 

Weiland is the only democrat in the race, while republicans have four candidates running for that nomination.

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