|By Elisa Sand, American News, Aberdeen, S.D.|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
Education: Bachelor's degree in political science and sociology from
Community Service: On the executive council for
Family: Three children.
Q: Why should primary voters cast their ballot for you?
A. I am a strong, moderate voice for the constituents of
Q: If you had to pick the single most important issue in the primary, what would it be and why?
Q: What should the state's priority be concerning education?
A: Education is the soundest investment
Q: Has the state properly responded to concerns about use of the federal EB-5 program and the operation of the
A: No, I don't believe that it has. There must be accountability and transparency. There must be responsible supervision, so that we can prevent this scenario from ever happening again in our state. The taxpayers deserve it, at the very least.
Q: What experience or personal characteristics set you apart from your primary opponent?
A. I have unique experience that lends itself to working well in government. I am a veteran of the U.S. military and I have worked in the
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