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Governor Daugaard encourages President to sign the Keystone XL Pipeline Bill

This was a good move by South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard – Great Job! Governors Urge President Obama To Reconsider Keystone XL PIERRE, S.D. – Gov. Dennis Daugaard has joined with other governors from across the country to urge President Obama to reconsider his decision to veto the Keystone XL pipeline bill. “If built, the pipeline …

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Rounds, Toomey stand strong for America, and against Islamic Terrorism.

About 2 weeks ago, a measure was brought in front of the Senate Banking Committee to bring sanctions against the terrorist regime of Iran. South Dakota’s newest representative in the US Senate, Senator Mike Rounds, took a decidedly different path than his predecessor, Senator Tim Johnson.  While Johnson made a particular point to follow President …

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Why We Are Losing To Radical Islam

By Newt Gingrich The United States has been at war with radical Islamist terrorism for at least 35 years, starting with the November 1979 Iranian seizure of the U.S. Embassy in Tehran and taking of 52 American hostages. President Jimmy Carter , in his State of the Union address two months later, declared the American …

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Who’s the obstructionist? It’s time now for President Obama to make a decision on Keystone XL.

Who’s the obstructionist? It’s time now for President Obama to make a decision on Keystone XL.  In some states, the Keystone XL Pipeline project would be preparing to go to Kindergarten this fall. At the age of six, it’s become a national embarrassment over the lack of inaction from the Obama administration towards approving a …

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Midwest-based Rushmore PAC relishes increasing influence in national elections

Midwest-based Rushmore PAC relishes increasing influence in national elections   Sioux Falls, SD. In a display of its growing influence on the national political stage, the South Dakota based Rushmore PAC announced the results of its efforts in this years’ midterm election cycle. Touting a 100% win rate in the fall elections, the Rushmore PAC …

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Rushmore PAC starts ad campaign directed at Weiland hypocrisy.

Rushmore PAC starts ad campaign directed at Weiland hypocrisy. After campaigning on the premise of “telling the billionaires and special interests that they can’t buy South Dakota” it turns out that 63% of Mr. Weiland’s campaign donations have come from out of state and that ads attacking his opponent, Mike Rounds, came from dark money …

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Rushmore PAC Hosts Event with Governor Mike Rounds and US Senator Chuck Grassley

Join the Rushmore PAC as we welcome US Senate Candidate, South Dakota Governor Mike Rounds and special guest, US Senator Chuck Grassley for a Brunch Meeting. Click here or the image below to reserve your seat today!

Unanimous!

The worst part of elections is having to make those conciliatory calls to the candidates you’ve backed who gave it their all, but only fell a few votes short. You know it’s been a great election day when you don’t have to make any consolation calls, because every last one of your candidates won. This …

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South Dakotans deserve a Senator who won’t run & hide when the going gets tough.

As you know, the Rushmore PAC has been active in South Dakota politics in supporting conservative candidates for election to office.  And if you remember, we’re also active in helping conservatives make an informed decision. In the interest of full disclosure, We have pursued a civil lawsuit against State Representative Stace Nelson, who is now …

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Great Rushmore PAC Event with Attorney General Marty Jackley and Governor Mike Rounds

Rushmore PAC held a great event last night in support of Attorney General Marty Jackley with special guest Governor Mike Rounds. Thanks to Rushmore PAC members we raised more than $5000 to help with Marty Jackley’s re-election and state legislative races. Marty Jackley has worked hard to protect the individual rights of our citizens and state. …

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