The final post in a flurry of posting madness. Another Legislator bites the dust

Dave Kranz reports in today’s Argus Leader that yet another legislator isn’t going to run again:
Court vacancies

Those Circuit Court judicial vacancies are bringing some interesting situations.

That's now the case in the Third Circuit Court Slot B, where three lawyers seek to replace Judge Rodney Steele, who is not seeking re-election.

Ron Aho, a Brookings lawyer, already has filed for the bench. Vince Foley of Watertown, second-term Codington County state's attorney, said Monday that he will run. So will state Rep. Sean O'Brien of Brookings, also a lawyer in that community. O'Brien will not seek re-election to a third legislative term.
Read it all here.

Comments

Anonymous said…
Sean started out OK, but the last couple years he's voted like a liberal dufus, and brought Tiedemann along with him. Good riddance.
Anonymous said…
Name three of his "liberal" votes.
Anonymous said…
Abortion, abstinence, contraceptives,etc.
Anonymous said…
I think of Sean as an enlightened conservative. In other words, he understands we're now in the 21st Century, not the 1800s.

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