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Schoenfish announces for re-election to House

Kyle Schoenfish, of Scotland, has announced his candidacy for re-election for one of the two District 19 House of Representatives positions. District 19 includes Bon Homme, Douglas, Hanson, Hutchinson and McCook counties. He is currently serving ...

Kyle Schoenfish
Kyle Schoenfish

Kyle Schoenfish, of Scotland, has announced his candidacy for re-election for one of the two District 19 House of Representatives positions.

District 19 includes Bon Homme, Douglas, Hanson, Hutchinson and McCook counties. He is currently serving his second term.

Schoenfish is a certified public accountant employed at Schoenfish & Co. Inc. in Parkston, working as a tax preparer and participating in financial statement audits for local government entities. He graduated from Scotland High School. He was a legislative page in high school and was sponsored by then-Rep. Gary Jerke. He received a degree in accounting at Dakota Wesleyan University in Mitchell, where he was in student government and ran cross country and track.

In the Legislature, Schoenfish serves on the Ag and Natural Resources Committee and Local Government Committee. He is a strong supporter of education, including public, private and homeschooling. He has a record of supporting Second Amendment gun rights, Right to Life, access to health care and infrastructure upkeep.

Schoenfish has supported open government laws and government accountability measures. He attends events around the district and stays accessible to constituents. Schoenfish can be contacted at krs15@hotmail.com ; rep.schoenfish@sd.us.us , or (605) 660-6468.

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