Election Information

Endorsements and Oppositions by FHA Action

Legislators who scored 100% in the 2018 Legislative Session

2018 Legislative Scorecard

2017 Legislative Scorecard

2016 Legislative Scorecard

2018 SD Right to Life Scorecard

2018 Ballot Measures Pros & Cons pamphlet from the Secretary of State

 

 

Noem Endorsement Announement

 

 

 

Ravnsborg Endorsement Announcement

 

 

 

 

Johnson Endorsement Announcement

FHA Action Endorses Kristi Noem

South Dakota Family Heritage Alliance Action Endorses Kristi Noem for Governor of South Dakota

Having already served in the South Dakota House, Kristi Noem burst on the statewide political scene in her 2010 U. S. House campaign against a popular Democrat incumbent. Her perfect pro-life, pro-family record and an unshakeable faith in Almighty God was evident in her campaign and the people of South Dakota responded approvingly.

Over her nearly eight years of service in Congress, she has enhanced her perfect record of advocacy for issues of Faith, Family & Freedom.

Kristi’s outspoken support for life from conception to natural death, her consistent work to strengthen families while walking-the-walk of exemplary parenthood herself and her steadfast defense of freedom in the public square caused Family Heritage Alliance to recognize her as the recipient of the William Wilberforce Elected Leadership Award in 2014.

Her long record of standing for His righteousness with grace and her commitment to her Family First Initiative has made FHA Action’s choice easy; we enthusiastically endorse Kristi Noem for Governor of South Dakota.

 

Continuing the WDT Discussion

There is a growing number of people in the Rapid City area that are concerned with the addition of gender identity into the policies of Western Dakota Tech. On September 17 the Rapid City School Board voted 4-3 to add gender identity into the list of classes mentioned in policy #2005. Although the motive was understandable, the unintended consequences could be harmful.

A number of local Church-based Culture Impact Teams are concerned about the passage of this policy, and are committed to respectfully asking for the policy to be changed back. If you are interested in making your voice heard on this issue, you can still sign the petition we created and the public is always welcome to attend the school board meetings. Click here for the School Board Schedule, attend any or all of them! We are not asking for a large number of presenters at each meeting, but rather a large group of people, with one person simply expressing the concern of the group.

Click here for the original petition

School Board Meeting Schedule

Policy #2005

Norman’s Letter to the Board

Talking points from Ed Randazzo

Email the School Board