SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO AM) - The South Dakota Secretary of State has confirmed that the Stace Nelson Campaign is officially on the U.S. Senate ballot.
Nelson says his campaign submitted close to 2,700 signatures Tuesday needing 1,950 signatures to be verified. The Secretary of State called yesterday and confirmed his campaign met the requirements.
Nelson describes his campaign as grass roots and opposes having another special interest, bought and paid for career politician going to Washington D.C. Nelson says his campaign has enough money to continue to the general election. He says many South Dakotans who can't afford to give a lot of money have donated to him.
Nelson says says his campaign will take aim at professional politicians. He says they're drunk on special interest money and not acting as a public servant.
The South Dakota primary is June 3.