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Republicans Who Want To Be Governor

South Dakota's primary elections happen Tuesday, and both Republicans and Democrats must decide which candidate they want to represent them in the general election for Governor of South Dakota. Below are long-form interviews with both candidates facing off in the Republican primary election.

Gubernatorial primary candidate Lora Hubbel talks with SDPB's Kealey Bultena in this extended interview.

Kealey Bultena grew up in South Dakota, where her grandparents took advantage of the state’s agriculture at nap time, tricking her into car rides to “go see cows.” Rarely did she stay awake long enough to see the livestock, but now she writes stories about the animals – and the legislature and education and much more. Kealey worked in television for four years while attending the University of South Dakota. She started interning with South Dakota Public Broadcasting in September 2010 and accepted a position with television in 2011. Now Kealey is the radio news producer stationed in Sioux Falls. As a multi-media journalist, Kealey prides herself on the diversity of the stories she tells and the impact her work has on people across the state. Kealey is always searching for new ideas. Let her know of a great story! Find her on Facebook and twitter (@KealeySDPB).
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