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Rounds Knew He Would Be A Target

Rounds Knew He Would Be A Target

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Former Governor Mike Rounds says he figured he would get the bulk of criticism from the other candidates in the republican Senate primary. He says he tries to turn that around…

 

Rounds was one of five candidates making an appearance at the Yankton County Lincoln Day dinner Friday night. He believes his political views reflect the majority opinion in South Dakota…

 

Rounds says he is running hard for the nomination…

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