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Sioux Falls Doctor Enters South Dakota US Senate Race

Sioux Falls Doctor Enters South Dakota US Senate Race

Dr. Annette Bosworth has declared her candidacy for the Republican nomination for the United States Senate.  She made the announcement on her family’s Aurora County farm.  Bosworth says she wants to bring federal spending under control and has vowed not to hike taxes.

She says she opposes the Affordable Care Act.

Bosworth not a fan of federal subsidies says farmers and ranchers need to be supported and backs crop insurance as a safety net for them.

Bosworth joins former Governor Mike Rounds, and State Senator Larry Rhoden in the race for the Senate nomination.

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