Democratic Candidate Corinna Robinson
In her campaign, Democratic candidate Corinna Robinson says the country is facing unprecedented challenges while politicians seem more interested in scoring political points than doing what's right for South Dakota and the nation. After high school, she joined the Army and worked her way up to Sergeant First Class. She attended Officer Candidate School and was commissioned an officer in the Military Police Corps. She served in Iraq and retired after 25 years in the Army. Upon returning to Washington, D.C., she led the Anti-Terrorism Force Protection Directorate, Pentagon Force Protection Agency, and was responsible for helping safeguard the Pentagon, and other Federal offices in the DC Metro Area. Corinna Robinson is the Democratic candidate running for the U.S. House seat currently held by Republican Kristi Noem. She joined the program to discuss her views on what needs to be done in Washington and for South Dakota.