Television ads for the lone Democratic candidate and the Republican front-runner for one of South Dakota's U.S. Senate seats up for grabs in November are beginning to hit the airwaves.
Democrat Rick Weliand's 30-second ad titled "Take it Back" features a montage of video snippets and photos of residents and the candidate. The narrator says that if people are going to take back the country, it's going to start in various small towns in South Dakota with someone standing up to big money.
The 60-second spot for Republican front-runner Mike Rounds is titled "Reacquainted." Rounds offers some biographical background before touting his experience as South Dakota governor, saying the state balanced its budget each year and kept taxes among the lowest in the nation.
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