Pat Starr is the perfect replacement of Pam Nelson

I don’t say this simply because I consider Pat a good friend and stalwart of open and transparent government. I say it because he is uniquely qualified for the position of Minnehaha County Treasurer. Pat has been one of the few Sioux Falls City Councilors under the Home Rule Charter to vote against tax and fee increases on a regular basis. Only two councilors come to mind Staggers and Stehly who have done it in the past, yeah the ‘St’ has a ring to it.

As county treasurer he will hold those purse strings tight and do everything in his power to make sure what you pay is fair as Pam has done.

Pat has also told me personally he will try to go above and beyond the incredible customer service Nelson has provided. Making it even easier for taxpayers to have access to services through a wide variety of technological advances.

I don’t know much about Starr’s opponent, heck I’m not even sure how to spell their name. But it is pretty clear that Pat has the track record to lead the Treasurer’s office for years to come.

I encourage everyone to vote early at the election center, and cast your vote for Pat.

Disclosure; Pat has not paid me to write this endorsement and has not seen it in advance.



4 comments ↓

#1 Fear & Loathing in Sioux Falls on 10.12.20 at 11:17 pm

This race can be won. Sioux Falls is blue. Taupeville has no say. The St. Louis hockey team should actually move here. Bob will be gone soon. More ballots will then be found. They won’t count. So don’t use the ballot boxes south of 57th. It’s a trick. A Minnehaha race is like a West Berlin race encircled by red.

#2 D@ily Spin on 10.13.20 at 5:49 am

I agree. More importantly, time to get an honest man away from corrupt and unconstitutional city government.

#3 Mark Peterson on 10.13.20 at 11:55 am

If you think that Pam Nelson has provided excellent customer service I pity the company that you work for. Please tell us so we never go there.

#4 Fear & Loathing in Sioux Falls on 10.13.20 at 11:12 pm

Rainman was an excellent driver. Well, at least he claimed to be. Matt’s team at city hall claimed to be Judge Judy and Rainman. So who’s more credible? The real Railman, or Matt?