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Hanson County Republicans host Lincoln/Reagan Day Dinner

ALEXANDRIA -- The Hanson County Republican Party will host the inaugural Lincoln/Reagan Day Dinner from 5 to 9 p.m. on Wednesday, May 23, in the Catholic Parish Hall, Alexandria.

ALEXANDRIA - The Hanson County Republican Party will host the inaugural Lincoln/Reagan Day Dinner from 5 to 9 p.m. on Wednesday, May 23, in the Catholic Parish Hall, Alexandria.

Tickets are $20 each and may be purchased in advance at Westown Sinclair in Alexandria, or by contacting Chairwoman Jessica Beal-Bauhmiller at 359-9459 or email at jessica@budsiouxfalls.com .

The dinner will also honor Robert "Robbie" Lloyd Bender, past chairman of the Hanson County Republicans, who was killed in a car crash last fall.

Confirmed attendees include Attorney General Jackley, Byron Noem for Congresswoman Noem (seeking gubernatorial nomination); Secretary of State Shantel Krebs, Dusty Johnson, Sen. Neal Tapio (seeking congressional nomination); Sen. Lance Russell, State's Attorney John Fitzgerald, and Jason Ravnsborg (seeking Attorney General nomination); Treasurer Rich Sattgast (seeking Auditor nomination); Auditor Steve Barnett (seeking SOS nomination); Joshua Haeder (seeking Treasurer nomination); PUC Commissioner Kristie Fiegen( seeking PUC nomination); Sen. Stace Nelson, (District 19 Senate candidate); Pastor Michael Boyle, Rep. Kyle Schoenfish and Rep. Kent Peterson (seeking District 19 House nomination); Sheriff Brandon Wingert; County Commissioners Gary Schoenrock, Ed Englemeyer and Bruce Kjetland; School and Public Lands Commissioner Ryan Brunner and PUC Commissioners Chris Nelson and Gary Hanson.

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