Smart Politics: Did an Independent Turn South Dakota’s 2010 U.S. House Race?

Thanks to B. Thomas Marking supporter Jim Taylor for alerting me to an analysis of South Dakota’s U.S. House race by the Smart Politics blog. In part, the analysis says:

A Smart Politics analysis of South Dakota electoral history finds the 6 percent notched by Marking was the largest support directed to an independent or third party U.S. House candidate in 80 years.

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One thought on “Smart Politics: Did an Independent Turn South Dakota’s 2010 U.S. House Race?

  1. Read where Mr Marking figured he was a better candidate for congress than Kristi Noem. Wonder what brand he has been drinking. He may have several years in civil service but something has shrunk his brain. Another reader was turning on Krist for only being a high school grad. Think we have way to many lawyers and other big shots in Wash. We have some in Washington who could be replaced by a firs grader. GO KRISTI.

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