U.S. Senate Candidate Visits The Black Hills
U.S. Senate hopeful Rick Weiland is traveling around western South Dakota this weekend getting to know voters.
Saturday, Weiland stopped in Rapid City at the Bully Blends Coffee Shop.
He met with supporters and hosted a town hall-style meeting.
Weiland opened up the floor for questions toward the end of the morning.
Rapid City is Weiland’s 96th stop on his town-to-town campaign.
He hopes to visit all 311 communities in South Dakota.
Feeling that his road trip across the state is best way he can connect with voters.
Rick Weiland, U.S. Senate Candidate, says, "I think there is nothing that can take the place of looking voters in the eye, speaking from your heart, and telling them why you're running. And then asking them, you know, what they want their next member in the United States Senate to be saying, and to have a dialogue like this, to have a town hall conversation."
Weiland's "Take it Back" campaign seeks to get rid of big money in government.
He will be in the northern hills, visiting with voters in Spearfish on Monday.
And near Hot Springs this Tuesday.