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Curtis Strong will officially announce as a Governor candidate this Saturday in Rapid City

November 28, 2013

CP150x150This last weekend I mentioned the Constitution Party would have an entry in the South Dakota Governors race with Curtis Strong. The Strong team has released the details for the official announcement this upcoming weekend in Rapid City. Here are the details:

  • Date: November 30, 2013
  • Time: 2:00 P.M. MST
  • Location: West River Electric-3250 Hwy., 44, Rapid City, SD 57703

I noticed the campaign site is now up at curtisstrongbillofrights.com. That gives us a chance to see what his campaign will revolve around. Here is the a checklist is of his issues from the website:

First 90 Days
  • Common Core out of South Dakota
  • Agenda 21 out of South Dakota
  • Arial spraying funding no longer funded by any county or the State of South Dakota
  • All EB 5 projects stopped in the State of South Dakota
  • Stop The Affordable Care Act in South Dakota
  • Supply the People of South Dakota an itemized budget
  • Constitutional Carry in South Dakota

It could be an interesting Governor’s race if Mr Strong is able to pick up enough west-river steam.

  1. Merlyn Schutterle
    November 28, 2013 at 12:22 pm

    This is the beginning of the end for ousting Daugaard. Divide and conquer the position. The Constitution party has NO chance of being elected. They haven’t elected anyone to anything that I know of. They will take votes away from Myers and that will be the end of both of them.

    • Ken Santema
      November 29, 2013 at 3:25 pm

      No, I don’t believe the CP has elected anyone. I really wish they could find a good candidate to run for state legislature in a district with little competition. But this governors race is important for them to keep party status in South Dakota.

      • Merlyn Schutterle
        November 29, 2013 at 4:08 pm

        Maintaining the party status is detrimental to change in SD. Nothing like shooting one’s self, and someone else’s in the foot. The governor’s race may be more important than giving someone else the chance to make a difference. That is arrogance in the pure form.

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