Candidate Update: Jim Bunn surprise, No GOP AG, Fight Champ for House

— Former congressman Jim Bunn made a surprise candidate announcement for Rep. Donna Nelson’s vacant seat which already has two other candidates.
— My Gosh! To Replace Rep. Patti Smith’s open seat the Republicans are running International Fight League champ Matt Liland. Check website here!!!!
— Senate Democrats scored a windfall by having no general election challengers for two at-risk seats, Sen. Hass, Sen. Verger and Sen. Monnes-Anderson.
No Republican Attorney General candidate
Mike Erickson did finally file which provided a subtle climax to the drama and anticipation.
— Newly elected (less than 60 days ago) Rep. Sherrie Sprenger has four GOP primary opponents.
— Rep. Kevin Cameron has a school board member challenger for the fall.
— No primary GOP challenger for Matt Wingard (26) despite rumors that went on for months.

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  • devietro

    As a resident of SD14 I feel remiss for not filing, I did not realize their was not challenger. Although after this was posted I heard that there was someone who filed.

  • Richard Brown

    No changer for David Edwards or I haven’t heard yet. With all the huffing and puffing and posturing occurring the last two years we should see some movement.

  • Publius

    Yes, a man named Andy Meyer is challenging David Edwards. Rino Watch has the story up:

    http://www.rinowatch.blogspot.com

    As far as some of the other competitive races, we’ve got info up on the Write Idea

    http://www.writeidea.blogspot.com

  • Insider

    Looks like the Democrats will pick up 5 House seats after all.

    The Lame Recruiting Award goes to Bruce Hanna.

    • Anonymous

      Bruce and Vance have done more damage to the party through inaction and incompetence than the D’s ever could.

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