Rick Weiland supported efforts to put three measures on November's ballot dealing with election reform. In a Rapid City Journal article, he answers five questions about them, including accusations of denying needed reforms in order to make it easier for Democrats to get elected, funding by both the public and "big money" groups for candidates, and Constituational Amendment T.
Read more about the 2016 South Dakota ballot measures here.
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