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Republican Michael Rohl hopes to win re-election to represent District 1

The midterm elections will be held Tuesday Nov. 8th with the polls closing on that day at 7:00 p.m. Early voting is already underway.

In District one, which encompasses all of rural Brown County, Marshall, Roberts and some of Day county, there is a race for a state senate seat.

One of the two people vying for that seat is incumbent Republican Michael Rohl. Rohl finished his freshman term in the state legislature this past session where he served on state affairs, judiciary and tribal affairs committees.

Senator Rohl says despite being a freshman lawmaker he got results for northeast South Dakota…

After serving one term, Rohl was named to the Council of State Government’s Under 40 leadership award. This award is reserved for lawmakers 20 and up across the county who exemplify strong leadership skills, bipartisanship and a commitment to serving the citizens they represent.

Rohl says its all part of serving northeast South Dakota…

Rohl has been attacked by his opponent in this race saying he cannot adequately represent District one because of where he lives. Rohl lives in rural Brown county, just outside Aberdeen and represents an almost exclusively rural district. Rohl responded to those attacks…

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In Touch 2/28/24

Dean Berry, Northern State head baseball coach joins us to talk about the upcoming season…