Welcome to Senate Candidate Al Novstrup, our newest Advertiser!

Web_ad_draft_2State Representative, and Republican District 3 Senate Candidate Al Novstrup is our newest addition to advertiser row, and provides a handy link where you can donate to his campaign about midway down on the left hand side of the page.

As I’m sure you know, he’s representing the SDGOP in a race against arguably the most liberal man in South Dakota, so feel free to share the link, and encourage your friends to visit his campaign website, and to donate to his campaign committee.

And don’t forget, as always, to visit our other advertisers, such as the South Dakota Bankers Association, who works to keep our community banks in our communities, in the face of onerous federal regulation, and our other advertisers, such as United States Senator John ThuneAmericans for Prosperity SD Chapter, Congresswoman Kristi Noem,the fine barristers at Redstone Law Firm, and Vote Yes on S – Marsy’s Law.

And don’t forget my own Dakota Campaign Store, one of the State’s largest suppliers of campaign materials.

5 Replies to “Welcome to Senate Candidate Al Novstrup, our newest Advertiser!”

  1. Anonymous

    Al is a STUD! He will win this seat handily.

    I feel like he is the next Chairman of Appropriations in the Senate. He knows his stuff. Aberdeen will not be stupid and vote for Heidelberger.

  2. grudznick

    Young Mr. Novstrup is one of the most effective in the entire legislatures and as a bonus he sports one of the best haircuts in the whole government. I expect him to rise higher in leadership than ever before.

  3. Charlie Hoffman

    The one thing Al Novstrup told me which every first term legislator should put up every day on their “White Board” while serving is this: A legislators first job is to hold all government employees feet to the fire ensuring they do the people’s work never forgetting who they are working for!

    Some of the best advice I received while serving and if everyone in the Legislature did just that we would never have to worry about forming an ethics board to keep our State on the right path.