Frye-Mueller allies target senators who voted to suspend her
Political action committee financing flyers tying Republican senators to President Biden, VP Harris
A political action committee sympathetic to Sen. Julie Frye-Mueller is targeting at least two Republican senators who voted to suspend the Rapid City lawmaker.
Frye-Mueller was stripped of her ability to participate in the Legislative process as an elected legislator in the third week of the legislative session while a select committee investigated her interactions with a Legislative Research Council staffer. The Senate ultimately voted to censure Frye-Mueller for talking to the staffer about breast feeding and vaccines.
The vote reinstated Frye-Mueller’s floor privileges, but Anthony Mirzayants, the chairman of the Not One Step Back PAC, noted that she does not have full privileges, including regular interaction with LRC staff and pages and her committee assignments.
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