Another message of support for Kristi Noem – Casey Cowan

11 Replies to “Another message of support for Kristi Noem – Casey Cowan”

    1. Anonymous

      Yeah, for those who may know him and respect him it may make a difference, but for the majority of us it’s, “Casey who?”.

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    2. Tara Volesky

      Casey Cowan, a longtime local 4-H supporter and adult leader, was one of the 4-H leaders who presented the buckle to Seiler on Friday.

      He said that thanks to Seiler’s work, done at no cost to 4-H, USDA honchos told South Dakota extension leaders and 4-H supporters in July that; “it will not take action at this time on the Title IX regulations as has been previously interpreted for South Dakota 4-H Rodeo.”

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      1. Troy Jones

        I can see that. He is from a Ranch family north of Pierre. Solid people. I have no idea their politics. But goodness and humility flows from their bones. His older brother took maybe less than average talent to greatness in football and wrestling by sheer tenacity and hard work.

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  1. Anonymous

    Now that I’ve listened to the video, I’m impressed. I wish he were running for Governor; he seems far more genuine than does Kristi.

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  2. Anonymous

    You all are missing the point of this video. But what is surprising? Listen again and get it …. Kristi acts and makes decisions for the benefit of the people of SD while Billie just can’t make a decision. He is wishy-washy and cannot take a stand because he has none. Definitely not Governor DNA. He is a 34 year old who will be out having fun while other liberal Democrats, who probably won’t have a nice smile and a cowboy hat, run the state. Scary!!!

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  3. Anonymous

    The issue Casey is speaking of refers to SD 4H Rodeo. This spring they were being told by the USDA that they can no longer have boys and girls events, it has to be all one competition, so in relation you wouldnt have girls or boys basketball, just everyone together. 4H rodeo went to Noem for help with this issue and she said its a foolish stand by USDA and supported keeping 4H Rodeo events the same, with boys and girls divisions. When they went to Billie he told them it was a tricky issue and that he didn’t want to take a side. That is why Casey made the statement.

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