Monday, March 29, 2010

South Dakota: Republican candidate within reach.

South Dakota is a well known Conservative bastion of freedom loving Republicans, but the state has a political past of electing Democrats to represent them in the United States Congress. That appears to be changing, due to the ever increasing liberal nature of Democrats running Congress and the fact that John Thune is their lone Republican representative in Washington, and South Dakota loves John Thune.

With the November elections just seven months from now, a leading Republican candidate who is expected to be the eventual nominee, is within two percentage points of the Congresswoman who has represented South Dakota for six years, despite her being a Democrat, though she is moderate when compared to Pelosi and Waxman.

Chris Nelson is well known Republican in South Dakota, as he served as the Secretary of State for several years, can win elections on a statewide basis (Congresswoman Herseth Sandlin is representing the lone congressional district in the state) and is a strong Conservative who is dedicated to the values of South Dakota, and America, without question.

According to Rasmussen Reports, Nelson is within striking distance:

A new Rasmussen Reports survey of likely South Dakota voters finds Herseth Sandlin with 44% to Republican Chris Nelson’s 42%. Six percent (6%) prefer another candidate, and nine percent (9%) are undecided.

That's excellent news for National Republicans, as we need to capture 40 Democrat controlled seats to recapture the House of Representatives, and this definite Republican seat, needs to be retained once and for all, and Chris Nelson, who is a devout Conservative, is the one who can do it for all of us.

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