What?! Noem did something good? At least she didn’t appoint that bigot Mike Clark;

Noem announced Friday that she will appoint Rhonda Milstead, of Sioux Falls, to represent District 9 during the 2019 and 2020 legislative sessions.

I have met Rhonda on several occasions and she comes across as a NO NONSENSE person. I remember when she took over the contract for the Overlook Cafe, she reassured the council that her husband (Sheriff Mike Milstead) had ZERO to do with her business and her decisions. She has a very independent spirit that will serve us well. She will be a great asset to the legislature.

I was actually surprised that she (may) be a Republican. In my conversations with her and Mike, they always came across as independent thinkers when it came to politics. Maybe she is an Indy? I haven’t checked her registration. But it will be refreshing if she applies those same principles in Pierre to build consensus for the greater good.

It’s also kind of ironic she is a close neighbor to Mike Saba who was elected in November to state legislature in D9. Mike told me tonight that he was pleased with Noem’s choice and is looking forward to working with Rhonda in D9.

It should be NO surprise Noem appointed a woman to do the job. I would have actually been shocked if she appointed a man.

2 Thoughts on “Noem appoints Rhonda Milstead to District 9

  1. Taco Bar on December 28, 2018 at 11:48 pm said:

    There are too many vacanies that take place with legislative seats. The State Constitution needs to be changed calling for a special election, whenever a vacancy happens.

    Fore, no legislative appointment will impress me as long as the peerage reality continues in Pierre at epidemic proportions.

    Something tells me also, that if we make that change to the Constitution, then many of these convenient resignations will disappear, and then so the need for costly special elections as well.

  2. Taco Bar on December 30, 2018 at 2:06 pm said:

    Whenever I hear about the Milsteads, I think about that “Elvis dish set,” too. Now, that she is a State Rep., will it finally be thrown away?

    FF 03:04:


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