Liz Marty May wastes no time in securing key endorsements

Liz Marty May announced that she is running for US Congress. Courtesy photo

BROOKINGS — Just days ahead of Liz Marty May’s formal announcement, 18 former/current South Dakota State Legislators formally endorsed her candidacy for US Congress against Dusty Johnson.

“Republican leaders across South Dakota are ready for strong conservative leadership in Washington! We are ready for a representative who has a proven track record on our cherished conservative issues, is trustworthy, reliable, and understands the way of South Dakota life,” said Sen. Phil Jenson of Rapid City.

“South Dakotans are strong in our faith, strong in our country, and strong in our principles. We need a representative who reflects that. Liz May isn’t just tough, she’s ranch tough. It’s time to send a real, every-day South Dakotan to Washington,” says former state senator and representative Betty Olson of Harding County.

May officially announced her run for US Congress at the Black Hills Stock Show & Rodeo located at Central State Fair Grounds.

“We have to push back now! We have to fight. We have to ensure that there are “no safe spaces” for the left to work to dissolve this nation!” exclaimed May.

Liz Marty May is a staunch conservative with a love of community and country. She is a proud fourth generation South Dakotan, a successful small business owner and a trusted rancher from Kyle, South Dakota. 

As a respected leader and relentless fighter, she has a track record of making hard decisions, and has solved real problems for South Dakotans. Liz Marty May sticks to her guns.

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