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South Dakota Senate Candidate Speaks on Border Control

South Dakota Senate Candidate Speaks on Border Control

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Immigration reform is the big issue in Washington this week as the border control crisis continues. Gordon Howie is the independent candidate in South Dakota for the U.S. Senate seat, and he says current administration is not focusing on the real issue.

He says the current proposals to solve the crisis will prevent any focus on the root of the problem.

Howie says it’s common sense…

Howie faces Republican Mike Rounds, Democrat Rick Weiland, and Independent Larry Pressler in the race for Senator.

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