Capital Journal: Libertarian challenging Johnson for U.S. House seat
From the Capital Journal in Pierre, South Dakota, on October 5, 2020:
“First-term U.S. Rep. Dusty Johnson, R-S.D., faces a challenge from Libertarian Party candidate Randy ‘Uriah’ Luallin in the Nov. 3 general election.
“No Democrat filed for the position this year.
“South Dakota has only one seat in the U.S. House, which Gov. Kristi Noem held for eight years before she decided to run for her current office in 2018. This ultimately led to the election of Johnson, a 1995 graduate of Pierre’s T.F. Riggs High School, to Congress.”
“Running as a Libertarian, Luallin, a Hot Springs resident, began a 10-day tour of eastern South Dakota on Sept. 30. After talking with voters in Pierre, he and his wife, Rajni, headed to Gettysburg.
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