Friday, April 27, 2018

Black Hills Dems gain momentum with death of earth hater

Earth hater Sean McPherson was the senior pastor at Real Life church in Rapid City since 2010 but now he's dead.

His timely death certainly brings real life to District 32 where Democrats Susan Kelts and Angel Staley have filed for the ballot. Earth haters Ed Randazzo and Scyller J. Borglum have also filed for the D-32 House.

Custer area Democrats have a real opportunity to win a District 30 senate seat as earth haters split their votes with Libertarian Gideon Oakes in the race.
The rally, hosted by the Custer County Democrats, will be May 5 at Rocky Knolls Golf Course in Custer beginning at 11 a.m. Tickets are available now. Headlining the program are Billie Sutton, candidate for South Dakota governor, and Tim Bjorkman, candidate for U.S. House of Representatives. District 30 candidates Ina Winter for South Dakota Senate and Whitney Raver for South Dakota House will also speak. South Dakota Democratic Party chairman, Ann Tornberg will share some remarks also. The rally is a tradition that goes back 30 years for the Custer County Democrats.
Read the rest here. Democrat Hank Whitney has also filed for D30 House.

Matt Kammerer is running for a D29 Senate seat, Jade Addison and Michael S. McManus are in for the house race.

Rock star and former chair of the Lawrence County Democrats Sherry Bea Smith will face nutball Bob Ewing in the District 31 senate race. Naveen Malik and Wyatt Osthus will take on Tim Johns and Bendagate player Chuck Turbiville in the house contests.

Democratic activist Lilias Jarding has filed for D33 House as has Ian Keegan. In D34 Democrats Brian Davis and George Nelson have filed for the House. District 35 House contenders are Mike Hanson and Bo Sistak.

Ayla Rodriguez is in the Dem D32 senate race, Ryan Ryder is running in the D35 senate race. Zach VanWyk is in for D34 Senate and Barry Muxen is in for D35 Senate.

Partial candidate list linked here..

The Constitution and Libertarian Parties will nominate their candidates at their conventions just like the South Dakota Democratic Party should be doing like they do with their attorney general candidates.

Thoughts? Prayers?

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