Another candidate in District 32: Brian Dreyer

Brian Dreyer of District 32 has decided to take on the race for the open House seat vacated by current State Representative Tom Hennies. Tom, who is term limited out this year, is also a former Rapid City Police Chief, a recent Legionnaires disease victim, and current Rapid City City Commission candidate. (whew! that's a long list).

But this isn't about Tom, this is about the new guy:

Brian Dreyer has announced that he is a Republican candidate for state House of Representatives in District 32. District 32 includes includes West Boulevard, U.S. Highway 16 and areas east of Sheridan Lake Road.

Dreyer graduated from Rapid City Stevens High School in 1994 and enlisted in the United States Army as an infantryman. He later graduated from the University of Oklahoma. Upon receiving his commission in the Air Force, he was selected for the pilot-training program. Dreyer went on to fly F-16 fighter aircraft. He served in numerous leadership positions around the world, including the Middle East, according to a news release.
Read it all here in the Rapid City Journal.

Comments

Anonymous said…
Thank goodness for Term limits.

Anti-gun and anti-progress Tom Hennies is now leaving state office.

Who is he running against for the city commission?

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