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Former Judge Seeks South Dakota Senate Seat

Former Judge Seeks South Dakota Senate Seat

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Among the candidates filing their election paperwork this week was former First Circuit Judge Arthur Rusch of Vermillion. He filed as a republican to run for the District 17 South Dakota Senate seat.

Current democratic Senator Tom Jones of Viborg had announced he would not run for re-election.

Rusch says he ran after looking at the make up of the Senate…

 

Rusch, who retired from the bench in 2011, says he brings some unique experiences…

 

Rusch, who was on the First Circuit for seventeen years, says he has opinions, and can voice those now…

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