|Dist. 35 candidates speak about issues|
|Friday, 26 October 2012 12:03|
We've all seen the polling places and political signs but have we all heard from the candidates? Four men are vying for two District 35 seats in the South Dakota House.
Democrat Jay Pond says, "I would really like to promote livable-wage jobs so that South Dakotans get to stay in South Dakota and that strengthens our families and keeps generations in tact."
Democrat Shane Liebig says, "But my main thing is we got to figure out how to tax internet sales ... everybody buys online, all that does is kill the local economy, local small businesses and makes the bigger guys bigger and the smaller guys disappear."
Republican Chip Campbell says, "Debt and deficit are not the ways families run if they're fiscally conservative and the same thing applies to government, and it, at this point, is out of control."
Republican Don Kopp is also running alongside Chip Campbell. Kopp was unavailable for comment, but says on his website he is committed to cutting taxes and limiting government growth.