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David Hubbard is a Democratic candidate for the State House of Representatives in District #35, which includes Rapid Valley, most of Box Elder, North Rapid east of Maple Avenue, and the SD School of Mines & Technology and its surrounding neighborhood.
 
“I want to represent the best interests of the whole community,” Hubbard says. “Our current legislators are following a rigid, right-wing agenda that divides us and sets us back.” Hubbard is a project manager and web developer for Robert Sharp & Associates, Inc., and is a medically retired U.S. Army Airborne Infantry Paratrooper. He grew up in Yale, S.D., and graduated from Iroquois High School and South Dakota State University.
 
“I strongly support equality for all South Dakotans,” Hubbard says. “We must treat our indigenous peoples, minority religions, and LGBTQ community with dignity and respect.”
 
Hubbard believes that South Dakota should join the large majority of states that have taken advantage of Medicaid expansion. “The pandemic crisis has shown the need for everyone to have coverage and access to quality health care.” He acknowledges that climate change is man-made, and believes that “we can take steps that will reduce the worst impacts of climate change, help our farmers and ranchers survive, and promote development of renewable energy.”
 
“One party government has not been good for South Dakota. We need checks and balances. I’ll do my best to represent all the citizens of District #35 and the people of the State of South Dakota.”

David Hubbard is a Democratic candidate for the State House of Representatives in District #35, which includes Rapid Valley, most of Box Elder, North Rapid east of Maple Avenue, and the SD School of Mines & Technology and its surrounding neighborhood.
 
“I want to represent the best interests of the whole community,” Hubbard says. “Our current legislators are following a rigid, right-wing agenda that divides us and sets us back.” Hubbard is a project manager and web developer for Robert Sharp & Associates, Inc., and is a medically retired U.S. Army Airborne Infantry Paratrooper. He grew up in Yale, S.D., and graduated from Iroquois High School and South Dakota State University.
 
“I strongly support equality for all South Dakotans,” Hubbard says. “We must treat our indigenous peoples, minority religions, and LGBTQ community with dignity and respect.”
 
Hubbard believes that South Dakota should join the large majority of states that have taken advantage of Medicaid expansion. “The pandemic crisis has shown the need for everyone to have coverage and access to quality health care.” He acknowledges that climate change is man-made, and believes that “we can take steps that will reduce the worst impacts of climate change, help our farmers and ranchers survive, and promote development of renewable energy.”
 
“One party government has not been good for South Dakota. We need checks and balances. I’ll do my best to represent all the citizens of District #35 and the people of the State of South Dakota.”