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Thune Asks For Friendlier Senate Race

Thune Asks For Friendlier Senate Race

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Five candidates are running for the republican nomination for the US Senate in South Dakota. That has led to some charges, countercharges and accusations from candidate to candidate.

Senator John Thune says he know those running are feeling the time pressure…

 

Thune says he hopes the candidates can focus on issues, and not each other…

 

Thune says he hopes when the race is over, emotions will cool down, and the losing candidates will support the winner…

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