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U.S. Senate candidate Rick Weiland (D. SD) is continuing his "Take It Back!" campaign tour next week.  If you live in South Dakota, here's some more info about his campaign stops next week:

Sioux Falls small businessman and Democratic candidate for Senate, Rick Weiland, announced today that he will be continuing his tour of every town in South Dakota. Next week, on January 9-10th, he will visit 20 additional towns: Roscoe, Hosmer, Java, Bowdle, Selby, Mound City, Herreid, Glenham, Mobridge, Akaska, Lowry, Hoven, Tolstoy, Onaka, Faulkton, Seneca, Lebanon, Gettysburg, Agar, and Onida.  

“It might be below zero, but I am going to keep visiting with voters in towns across South Dakota. In every town I visit, I hear the same sentiment: Washington doesn’t represent the people anymore; it represents the billionaires and special interests,” Weiland said. “It is time we get big money out of politics and get government back on the side of the people.”

Rick Weiland has already visited 246 towns and held more than 75 public meetings across South Dakota. He will visit his 250th town in Bowdle.

Media Advisory

Little Jimmy’s
3032 Main St.
Bowdle, SD 57428
Thursday, January 9th
12:00 PM

Pizza Ranch
1209 10th St. W
Mobridge, SD 57601
Thursday, January 9th
4:00 PM

701 Main St
Faulkton, SD 57438
Friday, January 10th
11:30 AM

If you can't make the events but would like to donate or get involved with Weiland's campaign, you can do so here:

Originally posted to pdc on Fri Jan 03, 2014 at 04:00 PM PST.

Also republished by South Dakota Kos, The Democratic Wing of the Democratic Party, and Native American Netroots.

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