(KBHB – Sturgi, SD) – Democrats in Meade County gathered on Tuesday night to hear from the two candidates in their party on the ticket for Attorney General.
Tatewin Means and Randy Seiler talked about the issues they both would fight for as Attorney General.
Means, who is from Rapid City, is the former Oglala Sioux Tribe Attorney General while Seiler, from Fort Pierre, is the former U.S. Attorney for South Dakota.
Both seemed to agree on many issues such as access to better mental health care and concentrating on more rehabilitation efforts for drug offenders.
Tatewin Means says they are a crisis…
Seiler wants a comprehensive approach…
Both the democrats and republicans will select their nominees at conventions later this month. At least three republicans are seeking the nomination, including Lawrence County State’s Attorney John Fitzgerald and longtime Hot Springs Lawmaker Lance Russell.