Education is a right that directly contributes to quality of life in regards to employment, income & social status, health, and mental wellbeing. Education encourages social trust, decreases poverty, closes the gender gap, and promotes economic growth.
South Dakota’s Environment is an asset. These immense cultural and natural resources should be protected and conservation practices must be promoted
toward long term sustainability of our natural resources, our native species and our wildlife.
Affordable, and quality healthcare should be accessible
and regarded as a fundamental right regardless of socioeconomic status or geographic location.
Government policies should promote innovation, long term growth in all sectors of the community, living wages, good benefits, and equal treatment in the workplace.
There is no place for discrimination in South Dakota.
We can be expected to guarantee equal rights without regard to gender, gender identity, race, sexual orientation, age, economic status, religion, marital status