South Dakota Republican Party Chairman Dan Lederman announced today that Republicans in State Legislative District 34 have a full slate of candidates already off and running to represent Rapid City in the coming election. The South Dakota GOP has a filled slate of candidates in with Senator Jeff Partridge planning to run for his current seat this next election. Partridge will be joined in the election by State Representative Mike Diedrich, and newly announced House candidate Jessica Olson, C.E.O. of WellFully Adolescent Care Center in Rapid City.
The South Dakota Republican Party is saddened to announce the loss of one of our own this Thanksgiving.
Reports have come in that while on a family outing in the Cook Islands, State Representative Craig Tieszen apparently lost his life while attempting to save the life of his brother-in-law, who also lost his life in a kayaking incident.
South Dakota Democrats should come clean on laundering over 2.25 Million for Hillary Clinton Campaign during 2016 election
In a statement issued today by Christopher Protsch, Communications Director for the South Dakota Republican Party, Protsch noted “This alleged party change was a complete surprise and after reviewing the source document from 12.9.16, Senator Soholt found her registration was inadvertently changed electronically.
The South Dakota GOP Launches “Don’t Sign on the Line” effort to encourage voters to educate themselves on ballot measures before they agree to them.
“If South Dakota’s Democrats are losing membership, they have no one to blame but themselves,” Lederman said. And I suggest the wannabe Democrat politicians and liberal special interest groups find somewhere else to push their lies and smears.”