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ENG: John Randolph Thune (born January 7, 1961) is the junior U.S. Senator from South Dakota and a member of the Republican Party. He previously served as a U.S. Representative for South Dakota's At-large congressional district. Early life Born and raised in South Dakota, Thune attended college at Biola University, a small Evangelical Christian school in California before returning to his home state to obtain an MBA at the University of South Dakota. He worked as a legislative aide to U.S. Senator James Abdnor and served in the Reagan Administration in the Small Business Administration, before winning election to the House of Representatives in 1996. After three terms in the House, he unsuccessfully challenged Democrat Tim Johnson in the U.S. Senate race in 2002, losing by a mere ...
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Senator Thune challenges President Obama on the economy


South Dakota Senator John Thune was in the national spotlight Saturday, as he provided the Republican response for President Obama's weekly address.The President is sounding a warning, saying the economy will further suffer if Republicans take control of Congress.While Senator Thune is sounding the same warning...if Democrats maintain control of Congress. The President isn't playing nice in the final week and a half before Election Day.In his weekly address, President Obama says if Republicans take control of Congress, they will repeal new measures meant to protect consumers from Wall ...


John Thune's Earmark Conundrum


Ben Smith has a good piece on John Thune’s vulnerabilities as a 2012 presidential candidate. Smith’s post raises the central question: Is Thune too “establishment” for the current political environment? That question is surfacing well before the start of real 2012 policy jockeying thanks to an effort by Senator Jim DeMint to reinvigorate his push for a moratorium on earmarks. DeMint is pushing for a vote on the moratorium next week. Several of his colleagues in the GOP caucus, including some of its leaders, are pushing back. And Senator Jim Inhofe, the ...


Twelve in 2012 Scorecard – John Thune


Sen. John Thune (R-SD) AP Photo Tonight on "Special Report w/Bret Baier," the sixth edition of the "Twelve in 2012" series. Each night, Special Report will profile one of a dozen potential Republican presidential contenders. When it's all over, look for a documentary special that lays out the state of the 2012 race inside the GOP. With every installment, Power Play will analyze the candidate's strengths, weaknesses and odds of success. John Thune Age: 49 Current Position: Senator from South Dakota (Elected 2004) Previous experience: Congressman from South Dakota ...


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Congress Backs Strikes in Syria, But Emphasizes Allied Support
From Defense OneMembers of Congress threw their support behind President Barack Obama’s decision to launch a military air strike campaign against Islamic militants in Syria—but with one warning: keep our allies in the fight.
THUNE: Rail service needs reform
From Rapid City JournalSince the beginning of this year, businesses and agriculture producers in South Dakota and many other states have been particularly challenged by rail service delays and network congestion, as well as locomotive and railcar shortages.
Senate passes Thune, Johnson resolution celebrating 125th anniversary of SD statehood
From The Daily RepublicWASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Senators John Thune (R-S.D.) and Tim Johnson (D-S.D) praised the Senate's bipartisan passage of their resolution celebrating South Dakota's 125th anniversary of statehood.
Thune: We Must Deal With Threat
From Yankton Daily Press & DakotanSen. John Thune said ISIS is one of the greatest challenges facing our national security today.



 
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