SF Councilor Theresa Stehly apparently objected when we pointed out that the chair of the State Democrat party is representing her.

From last night’s Sioux Falls City Council meeting, outgoing Sioux Falls City Councilwoman Theresa Stehly, who narrowly lost in the recent city election, didn’t like it being mentioned that she’s being represented by the Chair of the State Democrat Party in her recount.

And apparently Chairman Randy Seiler is supporting Theresa on a pro bono basis:

24 Replies to “SF Councilor Theresa Stehly apparently objected when we pointed out that the chair of the State Democrat party is representing her.”

    1. Matthew Paulson

      You would think so, but the way city ordinance is written is that the current person stays in office until the election results are certified and a new council member is sworn in.

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  1. grudznick

    So she’s saving herself money but costing the taxpayers money. No budget hawk there, just a powergrubber.

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  2. Ymous

    Her 15 minutes was up 6 days ago. She’s making it clear that the voters chose wisely. She needed to go.

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  3. Anonymous

    The Republican party is pretty messed up across the board with many RINOs in tow, this State is not Immune but, the Democrat party is just flat out Demonic. The fact that Teresa, who is a Christian, would align with one of the Top Dogs in that party speaks for itself. Christians out there recognize how evil this party has become and their stance on Abortion, even full term and post term, is pure evil. You reap what you sow and while I am do not want Alex in their as he appears to be a RINO I don’t think it will really matter. I think this is why Teresa is so upset when people mention it as she has gotten a lot of flak for it. I can tell you I am disappointed she has allowed it but, oh well.

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  4. Troy

    Pat, I just watched the video above and I was struck with this question: Did she ever ask her self why the Chairman of the Democratic Party would be willing to help her “pro bono?”

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    1. Anonymous

      The enemy of my enemy is my friend? Not surprising she doesn’t trust the rinos working to get rid of her. She was one of the few fiscally conservative Republicans we had left. Just look at how this blog is obsessed with destroying her while propping up a puppet who will help line the pockets of big Republican donors.

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      1. Troy

        Well, so much for her being principled. Even her supporters are putting nails in the coffin. Will the recount be done before Tuesday so she is finally gone?

        P.S. The repetitive assertion ad nauseum she is a “fiscal conservative” is a page out of Goebbels who said to repeat the Big Lie until it becomes perceived as the truth. Not buying it.

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        1. Anonymous

          She was against the new admin building, premier center, and bunker ramp that turned out to be a disaster. What more do you need to know? The supposed good Republicans are spending money we don’t have faster than Donald Trump and even he is making Obama look like a conservative.

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        2. Anonymous

          How would you counter with facts she is not Fiscally Conservative. Her stances on all the big ticket items have been a hard NO, while the others have said yes. I just dont see that as factual. What I see and the reason folks dislike her or have turned on her is her style, it wears on a person. She has made too big of a stink about things that dont really matter that much. Every hill is a hill to die on for her. There are many adjectives one could associate with her but, not looking out for Taxpayer dollars is not one of them. Respectfully Troy I think you are mistaken on this one point

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          1. Troy

            A business owner who won’t buy equipment to modernize and and be more efficient isn’t “conservative” but is a bad businessman.

            About have the capital projects she opposed, I agreed with her. And, the others, I found them necessary for the delivery of modern effective services, support and allow future growth, or save money long-term from efficiency (all of which the water system upgrade did).

            Like the business owner, saying no to everything isn’t conservative. It’s simplistic.

            Further, being a regular advocate of more operational spending and/or expanding the reach of government (especially when it replaces things the people clearly can do themselves (or with help of their neighbors) like clear the trees from their yard to the street after the tornado) IS not being a conservative.

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  5. anon

    i guess the upside of jensen winning will hopefully be a lot fewer pompous lectures from kiley and unhinged temper tantrums from erickson. unfortunately, i’m sure the long winded “explanations” will continue from neitzert along with the “here’s my 2 cents” soehl. i suspect jensen will fall squarely into the selberg “i’ll agree to anything kiley and erickson say i should” camp. i have yet to see or hear of jensen actually standing for anything except “getting along.” brekke and starr are in for an interesting 4 years.

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