State Rep. Kaiser Stands with Stace
South Dakota State Representative Dan Kaiser (R-Aberdeen) took some time out of his busy schedule at the Legislature the other day to say why he supports Stace Nelson for US Senate. Kaiser pointed to Nelson’s principle, integrity and conviction. He complimented Nelson for standing up for the “little guy,” for his concern for the constitutionality and appropriateness of legislation, responsiveness to constituents, and for being a “loud, powerful voice” against the federal government’s tendency to operate outside its proper role. Rep. Kaiser also praised Nelson for his willingness to take a stand, even if representing the views of a minority, asserting that Stace Nelson is the type of person America urgently needs in the US Senate.
Kaiser concluded that, “Stace has a really clear, defined vision of what America has been, how it should be, and where we go into the future, and how to accomplish all of that.”
Stace Nelson on “The Morning Blaze with Doc Thompson”
Click on the image above to hear Stace Nelson’s interview with Doc Thompson. Starts at 39:00 mark. Run time about 11 minutes.
US Senate Candidate Stace Nelson had the opportunity to introduce himself to a nationwide radio audience this morning on “The Morning Blaze with Doc Thompson.” Mr. Thompson is part of Glenn Beck’s Blaze Radio Network. He asked Stace about his background, reason for running, and positions on the Second Amendment, Common Core, a Balanced Budget Amendment, tax reform, congressional term limits, amnesty for illegal immigrants, bailouts, and TARP.
More on a Balanced Budget Amendment
Click on the image above to listen to Stace Nelson’s latest interview with Greg Belfrage regarding a balanced budget amendment and his position on the best route for obtaining one. Run time about 10 minutes.
This morning, Stace was on “The Greg Belfrage Show” on KELO Radio from Sioux Falls, SD.
Greg and Stace discussed more in detail his position on amending the US Constitution to require a balanced federal budget. Mr. Belfrage was especially curious about why Stace opposed an Article V Constitutional Convention as a method for adding such an amendment to the US Constitution.
Stace Nelson: First in SD US Senate Race to File Petitions for GOP Primary
South Dakota State Representative and US Senate Candidate Stace Nelson files over 2650 South Dakota voters’ signatures with the SD Secretary of State’s Office. Click on the above image for a related article from KELO Radio from Sioux Falls, SD (Image courtesy of sodakliberty.com Reposted with permission)
Nelson Submits Signatures for Republican Primary Ballot
FULTON, S.D. (February 18, 2014) – Stace V. Nelson announced today that his campaign submitted to the South Dakota Secretary of State petitions containing more than 2,650 signatures requesting his name be placed on the ballot as an official candidate for the office of US Senator. His campaign noted the vast majority of signatures were gathered by volunteers. Once a sufficient number of nominating petition signatures have been verified (1,955) by the Secretary of State, Nelson will be the first Republican candidate for U.S. Senate to qualify for a position on the South Dakota Republican primary ballot.
The South Dakota Republican Primary will be held on Tuesday, Jun. 3, 2014.
Stace Nelson on “Liberty Today”
State Representative and US Senate Candidate Stace Nelson discusses “politics as usual” on the Liberty Today Show with host Ed Randazzo. Click on the image above to view the video.
Stace Nelson on Common Core, Texting and Driving
Click on the above image to hear Stace Nelson’s remarks on Common Core Standards for education and a proposed texting and driving ban.
This morning, Representative Stace Nelson was back on the Greg Belfrage Show on KELO Radio out of Sioux Falls, SD. Greg first asked Stace to elaborate from the previous week’s interview regarding his position on Common Core Standards in education. He said there would be several bills introduced on the subject in the 2014 state legislative session, but he was most interested in one which aimed to withdraw the state from participating in Common core over the course of several years.
Belfrage then asked Stace to give his position on the proposed state ban on texting and driving. He mentioned his initial reaction was to support a ban, but after studying the issue more in depth, he noted his realization that such a law would be unwise. Click on the image above to listen to the interview.
Stace Nelson Opposes Common Core
Click on the image above to listen to Stace’s comment on the Common Core Standards Initiative for education.
US Senate Candidate Stace Nelson was on the Greg Belfrage Show on KELO Radio from Sioux Falls, SD this morning. As the State Legislature begins its 2014 Session, Rep. Nelson assured Greg that he would be opposing Common Core and helping keep education decisions at the local level and with parents. Visit KELO to listen to his comments.
Stace Speaks to SD Citizens for Liberty
On Thursday, Jan. 2nd, Stace was honored to speak to the “Tea Party” group South Dakota Citizens for Liberty in Rapid City. The place was packed with supporters, and organizers commented this was the biggest attendance they had had in a few years. Many in attendance were eager to not only sign Stace’s nominating petition (for which he started gathering signatures Jan. 1), but quite a few took home their own petitions and other materials to help gather signatures themselves. Other individuals opened their wallets to help the campaign financially. In all, Stace knows he can count on support from many of the active, dedicated, and truly conservative Republicans in the Black Hills area.
Stace Nelson meets with those in attendance at the Citizens for Liberty TEA Party group in Rapid City 1-2-14
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from the Nelson Family!
KSFY Features Stace’s Petition for EB-5 Audit
Pierre Capital Journal Article on Stace Nelson
Stace Nelson is pictured here with his wife, Aiza. Click on the image above to read the article from the Pierre Capital Journal. Photo by David Rookhuyzen/Capital Journal
Rapid City Journal Article on 11-21-13 US Senate Debate
Rep. Stace Nelson speaks to the audience at the US Senate Candidates’ Debate at SDSM&T on 11-21-13. Photo by Benjamin Brayfield, Rapid City Journal. Click on the image above to read the article.