The RNC is very interested in investigating fraud and putting a stop to it if they find itS.D. officials reviewing vote fraud claims Dec 06, 2002
I want the name of the van driver alleged to have paid people to vote. And I won't respond to the charge until I see an affidavit from him saying he did it. Three people claiming to have been paid isn't good enough for me to commentGOP workers cry foul in SD election Dec 04, 2002
Are there questions that need to be answered about the outcome of this election? I believe there are. Did things happen that shouldn't have in some polling places around the state? I believe they did. Some of these issues would be resolved through a recount. However, others, though unethical, would not be righted through a recountThune won't challenge S. Dakota vote count Nov 13, 2002
The campaign was right. The cause was just. We just came up a little short this timeThune won't challenge S. Dakota vote count Nov 13, 2002
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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.
Thune was born and raised in the small town of Murdo, South Dakota, the son of Yvonne Patricia (née Bodine) and Harold Richard Thune. Thune's paternal grandfather was an immigrant from Norway who partnered with his brother to start Thune Hardware stores in Mitchell and Murdo, South Dakota.
Thune was a star athlete in high school, taking his basketball team near a state championship, and also played college basketball at Biola University.