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March 11, 2013

Rapid City Mayor Announces Re-Election Bid

On his 39th birthday, Rapid City Mayor Sam Kooiker announced that he was running for re-election.

On his 39th birthday, Rapid City Mayor Sam Kooiker announced that he was running for re-election. As part of the announcement, he talked about the successes of his term and his future plans. The Rapid City Journal provided some of these plans, like increasing government transparency and encouraging economic growth by such means as establishing a foreign-trade zone by the airport.

The only other candidate for mayor is state Senator Mark Kirkeby.

More information on the election can be found on the Elections Page and in the archive.

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