RC Weekly News: Schwiesow, Katus have Different views on 6
If that isn't the "duh" statement of the year, I don't know what is.
Read it all here.
The race between Democrat Tom Katus and Republican Elli Schwiesow for the District 32 Senate seat is being closely watched across the state as a clue to the direction state politics is headed.
Schwiesow, 58, a politician, pro-life advocate and volunteer counselor at the Black Hills Crisis Pregnancy Center, is a wife, mother, grandmother and activist. This is Schwiesow’s second time running. She lost the a primary two years ago to state Sen. Stan Adelstein but beat him a rematch this June..and..
Schwiesow and Katus have a big difference other than their political affiliation. Schwiesow is an advocate for Referred Law 6 and Katus is opposed to it. “How can we draw businesses and scientists in with that law?” Katus asked.and...
Katus was in the state spotlight this summer when he offered to step aside if Adelstein would run in his place. Adelstein considered the offer and then chose to endorse Katus, who said he represents a “moderate majority” in the district and across the state.