August 31, 2010 in The Daily Republic
Tom Katus isn’t running for state treasurer to get a job, he said. Instead, he’s running to “clean up Pierre, to go in and shake the system up.”
Katus made the comments during a visit with The Daily Republic last week during a campaign trip to Mitchell.
Katus, 70, of Rapid City, and current South Dakota Auditor Rich Sattgast are vying for the job currently held by term-limited Vern Larson. Republican Sattgast, who has held the state auditor’s position for eight years, is “not a change agent” Katus said, and is only looking for another eight-year job. Continue Reading