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Weiland, Robinson Make Convention Appearance

Weiland, Robinson Make Convention Appearance

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Several of the state wide candidates made stops at the South Dakota democratic state convention this weekend.

Senate candidate Rick Weiland of Sioux Falls said he continues to hear about the lack of trust people have in the federal government…

 

Weiland says he believes that taking the political money out will improve public policy…

 

Weiland faces republican Mike Rounds in November.

House candidate Corrina Robinson of Rapid City also made an appearance. She says she wants to encourage people to be involved in the campaign and politics…

 

Robinson says she will work with the state democratic party to get more voters registered…

 

Robinson will face incumbent Congresswoman Kristi Noem in November.

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