Governor hopefuls tackle education
Published 08/13/2010, The Associated Press
South Dakota governor candidates Scott Heidepriem and Dennis Daugaard disagreed Thursday on the wisdom of taking $26 million available in a federal jobs bill and offered different plans to increase state funding for education.
Heidepriem, a Democrat, said state government has grown too large under the eight-year administration of Republican Gov. Mike Rounds and Daugaard, his lieutenant governor. Heidepriem said he’d cut government to free up money that could go to K-12 education.
The full article is available to newspaper subscribers. If you are a subscriber please log in to continue reading.