A candidate for South Dakota’s lone US House seat is kicking off his campaign with three stops in the state.
Former Public Utilities Commission head, and one-time chief-of-staff for Governor Dennis Daugaard, Dusty Johnson, says he wants to change the tone in Washington.
Johnson says the political rhetoric in the country does not lend itself to getting things done.
Johnson is poising himself to run an optimistic campaign for next year, leading up to the 2018 June primary.
He admits it’s a style that most candidates don’t take.