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South Dakota GOP Kicks Off Mobile Campaign

South Dakota GOP Kicks Off Mobile Campaign

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South Dakota republicans have kicked off what they are calling the “Grassroots Express State Tour.” Senate candidate Mike Rounds was part of the kick off last  night in Sioux Falls…

The “Grassroots Express” is a mobile campaign office that will visit all sixty six counties in the state, pushing the republican ticket. Statewide candidates will jump on and off during the tour.

Rounds says he will not sit back during the tour…

 

Rounds faces democrat Rick Weiland, along with independents Gordon Howie and Larry Pressler. He says that changes their approach to the campaign…

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