Meet the candidates: A pair of incumbents hope to maintain seats in crowded District 11 contests
Southwest Sioux Falls voters have a pair of incumbents and a few new faces to choose from when they pick candidates to represent District 11 at the state Capitol for the next two years.
And because one of the two members of the House Representatives who had been their voice in Pierre reached his term limits, at least one new face will represent the district starting in January.
One Senate candidate will prevail, while the top two vote-getters in the four-way state House contest will be seated.
The Dakota Scout sent a series of questions to all legislative candidates in the Sioux Falls and surrounding area who are running contested for state House and Senate in the Nov. 8 election. Candidates were asked to limit their responses to each question to 100 words or less.
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Responding candidates are listed in the order they appear on the ballot.