"What we want them to think is, 'There's no reason. She doesn't have an opponent. I don't need to go to the polls. I'll go spend my food stamp money at the grocery store or whatever, you know, on election day,'" a Dallas County judicial candidate said.
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Under fire for repealing Wisconsin's Equal Pay Enforcement Act, he has released a new television ad featuring his female lieutenant governor, dismissing the protections as nothing more than "more opportunity to sue."
Weiland has vocally opposed the pipeline for economic, energy security and environmental reasons—a stance many politicians have been afraid to take, especially in energy-dominated states like South Dakota.