ABERDEEN, S.D.(Press Release)- Carl Perry is announcing his bid for State Senate, representing District 3. He’s an experienced advocate for a stronger South Dakota and a champion for our local community with leadership rooted in experience.
Carl Perry has proudly represented the people of District 3 for six successful years in the State House of Representatives. He has a track record of unwavering commitment and achievements.
Proven in Pierre: Carl has a history of getting things done. His time in the State House is marked by a series of legislative victories that have benefited our community from casting one of the deciding votes on the $200mm infrastructure bill to banning vaping and kratom for minors to supporting the Governor’s vetos. He has held key positions on the House Taxation and Retirement Law Committee, and served as Vice Chair of the Commerce & Energy.
Connected to our Community: Carl Perry isn’t just a legislator; he’s a neighbor. He’s deeply involved in our community, fighting alongside landowners to protect their property rights, serving on boards, attending local events and is always listening to your concerns. Accessibility is his priority, and he’s been there there to hear your concerns.
Experience Matters: Carl has gained a working knowledge of the legislative process. He knows how to navigate the system and make sure our district’s voice is heard.
Proactive Solutions: Carl Perry isn’t content with the status quo. He’s committed to finding innovative solutions to the challenges we face, whether it’s improving education, supporting small businesses, or enhancing healthcare access.
As we look to the future, it’s important to have a leader who is ready to hit the ground running and will tirelessly
advocate for our interests, bring fresh ideas to the table, and continue to serve as a steadfast pillar of our community.
With Carl Perry, we’re getting a dedicated public servant who will always put the needs of District 3 first. Together, we can make a difference, and together, we can ensure a brighter future for South Dakota and District 3.