Nelson falls back on the scorecards.
Today, the Stace Nelson for US Senate campaign released yet another scorecard comparing the candidates who had previously been elected to office in such a manner that highlights Nelson’s record in running for office.
The question is whether anyone outside of Nelson’s circle cares?
Not to seem snippy or anything, but haven’t we seen this kind of thing before, at least two or three times? I guess I haven’t seen how it has raised him money, or earned him votes beyond those he already has. So, I’m not sure of the purpose of putting this out.
From the Nelson Campaign:
Today the Stace Nelson for US Senate Campaign released two new charts that detail and summarize the records of State Representative Stace Nelson, State Senator Larry Rhoden, and former Governor Mike Rounds regarding spending, taxes, and budgets during their time at the South Dakota Legislature and Governor’s office. Information for these charts was gathered from publicly available documents. The charts clearly contrast the tendencies over the years of Rep. Nelson voting against increases in taxes, spending, and the size of state government, with that of Rhoden and Rounds often voting for such proposals. You can review the charts below.