|South Dakota voters are mixed on proposed amendments|
|Wednesday, 07 November 2012 15:29|
Gosch says, "Next session we'll be focused on, you know, probably 400 to 500 bills that people will bring, the budget will be a big issue, funding for various programs, agencies, try to meet the needs of South Dakotans."
And State Representative Kristin Conzet says overall it was a great campaign, and now she plans to continue what she started.
Conzet says, "You know, a bill that I brought, or supported in the last two years has been the ban on texting while driving, and it's obviously got some legs as Sioux Falls has recently done the ban within the city, so that's something that I'm going to be working towards in the future."
Gosch says the election changed the party distribution just a little bit in the state House and Senate. The Senate gained two Democrats and the House gained two Republicans.