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Sioux Falls Election to Use New E-Poll Book Voting System

Sioux Falls Election to Use New E-Poll Book Voting System

The Sioux Falls School District will join the Yankton School District on Tuesday, May 24th to be the first two local elections in the state to utilize the State Election Reporting Systems for their local races. The new system is expected to make voting easier for the citizen, as well as save money for the taxpayer.

Former Assistant Sec of Defense in Sioux Falls for Panel Discussion

Former Assistant Sec of Defense in Sioux Falls for Panel Discussion

Former Assistant Secretary of Defense Frank Gaffney will be in Sioux Falls on March 29th to lead a national security panel discussion after a screening of the documentary Iranium. Gaffney, currently President of the Center for Security Policy, will also hold a book signing and be available for interviews with the media. The documentary Iranium powerfully reports on the many aspects of the threat Iran poses to America and the rest of the world.

Christian Voter Conference in Rapid City, Sioux Falls

Christian Voter Conference in Rapid City, Sioux Falls

The 2010 Christian Voter Conference is coming to Sioux Falls on Oct. 15 and Rapid City on Oct. 18. The presentation will include video segments from the Family Research Council’s Values Voter Summit held in Washington D.C. in September 2010.

I Want Your Money in Sioux Falls

I Want Your Money in Sioux Falls

teapartysd.com is hosting the movie, “I Want Your Money.” This compelling 90 minute movie compares the worldviews of Ronald Reagan and Barack Hussein Obama. This riviting movie will make history come alive. If we don’t learn from history we are CONDEMNED to repeat it. This documentary was created by the producer of the movie: “Passion of The Christ” and “Narnia” Don’t miss this once in a lifetime opportunity.

Are Problem Gambling Council members the fox guarding the chicken coop door?

Are Problem Gambling Council members the fox guarding the chicken coop door?

The announcement of the construction of a new gambling casino in Iowa just across the border from Sioux Falls has raised the hackles of a number of that city’s leaders. It has caused the problems of gambling addicts to again be seen across the state. The announcement also has caused suspicion of the membership in the South Dakota Council on Problem Gambling. The problem as some could see it are they the proverbial fox guarding the chicken coop door?