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Nelson Says Money Won’t Decide Race

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Nelson Says Money Won’t Decide Race

South Dakota republican Senate candidate Stace Nelson says despite a lack of resources, he can be competitive in the republican primary. Nelson is one of four republicans seeking the nomination.

He says the race is not just about the money being raised…

 

Nelson, appearing on Drivetime yesterday on 570 WNAX, said that he wants to be a public servant, not a politician…

 

In response to a callers question, Nelson said the ten percent budget cut passed by the 2011 session was among the most difficult decisions he had to make…

 

Nelson is running with former Governor Mike Rounds, State Senator Larry Rhoden of Union Center and Dr. Annette Bosworth of Sioux Falls.

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