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October 8, 2013 

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Yesterday, State Senator Dan Patrick (R-SD7) and candidate for Lt. Governor, began airing a new TV ad. For some reason, Land Commissioner Jerry Patterson, also a candidate for Lt. Governor, has taken exception to the political advertisement.


In fact, the Patterson campaign distributed a press release accusing Sen. Patrick of "lying".  Yes, "lying".


With the primary 6 months away, the campaign has already taken a very nasty turn.


Apparently, the issue revolves around whether Commissioner Patterson supports in-state college tuition for students that are in the state illegally.  Mr. Patterson says he's NOT in favor of such a position while Mr. Patrick says he does.


So, what's the truth?


RagingElephantsRadio.com has audio and documentation to establish which candidate is telling the truth.  Please listen in, for your benefit and to be a fully-informed conservative voter. 


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