Few voters in South Dakota probably know about something called the candidate statement of financial interest.
State law requires candidates for election to a state or federal office to file the one-page statements. The purpose is to disclose the sources of income for a candidate and the spouse.
These financial interest statements were required long before the push for more public disclosure the past two years in the wake of the EB-5 and Gear Up scandals.
The statements disappeared, briefly, from public access earlier this year.
That was before Secretary of State Shantel Krebs changed her mind and put them back on her office’s website.
There are three ways to see the statements. You can use the internet and visit this simplified address http://bit.ly/1U2axGm.
You also could go to the secretary of state office at the Capitol and ask to see them. Or you could pay the office for copies.
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