Second candidate enters Sioux Falls Northeast District contest
Miranda Basye announces run for city council seat being vacated by Pat Starr
The race for the City of Sioux Falls' Northeast District is on.
Miranda Basye of northeast Sioux Falls officially announced on Tuesday her intention to seek a spot on the City Council in next spring’s municipal election, becoming the second candidate to declare for the seat that will be vacated by term-limited City Councilor Pat Starr.
“Growing up with a front row seat to the inner workings of my family businesses developed a deep sense of connectedness. I understood early on we all rely on each other's successes to keep moving forward in our own regard,” Basye said in a campaign announcement describing her as a “local marketer and community leader.”
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A lifelong Sioux Falls resident, Basye, 28, is an active member of Downtown Rotary and Sioux Falls Sales and Marketing Executives and is involved in the S.D. Change Network through the Bush Foundation. She’s also a graduate of Think 3D’s Leaders of Tomorrow program.
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