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Ben Nesselhuf, chairman and executive director of the South Dakota Democratic Party, left, and Tony Post, executive director of the South Dakota Republican Party, answer questions on partisanship in South Dakota politics at the McGovern Conference Monday morning on Dakota Wesleyan University's campus in Mitchell. (Chris Huber/Republic)

SD's political party leaders say it's their job to be highly partisan

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Tony Post and Ben Nesselhuf spend most of their time in combat with each other.

That doesn't mean they can't get along and have a reasonable, calm discussion on politics, although they said it's their job to be highly partisan.

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