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Weiland Finishes Statewide Tour

Weiland Finishes Statewide Tour

Photo: WNAX

South Dakota democratic Senate candidate Rick Weiland made a stop in Hudson yesterday, making it the final stop in his statewide tour. In all he visited three hundred eleven cities, towns and widespots…

 

Weiland said it was fulfilling a promise to get to every town in the state…

 

Weiland says he found people wanting changes in Congress…

 

Weiland said he now plans to move to the next phase in his campaign. He is the only democrat in the race, while there are five republicans and two independents also running for the seat being vacated by Senator Tim Johnson.

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