SD Republicans Sworn In On First Day Of New Congress

(Washington, D.C.) — South Dakota Senator Mike Rounds and Representative Dusty Johnson are now officially back at work for their constituents. The two men were sworn in for their new congressional terms on Sunday. Rounds is beginning his second-term as South Dakota’s junior Senator after first joining congress in 2014 when he won the seat vacated by Tim Johnson’s retirement. Representative Johnson, a member of the Congressional Committee on Agriculture, was elected to South Dakota’s at-large congressional seat in 2018 and won his first bid for re-election in 2020.

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