Last Remaining South Dakota Democrat Party Offices SHUTTING DOWN


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With 2020 fast approaching, the Democrats are getting increasingly desperate to find any way possible to get President Trump out and one of their pawns into office.

Public opinion is turning against Democrat promises, as President Trump’s approval continues to grow, to the demise of the Democrat party.

This is why they can’t stand President Trump. Because he’s effective (unlike them) and the American people love him for putting America and its people’s wellbeing first.

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Here’s some proof that the Democrat party is failing: the remaining 2 Democrat offices in South Dakota are shutting down due to lack of funding.

Fundraisers for the offices failed to get enough support, and “extreme mismanagement” just exemplifies that the leaders of the Democrat party are inept to lead their own departments, let alone the whole country!

Check out this breaking news that hit Twitter:

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The Argus Leader had the following to say about the end of Democrat offices in South Dakota:

The South Dakota Democratic Party will no longer have a physical presence in the state. 

The state party is closing its offices in Sioux Falls and Rapid City at the end of September, and party staff will begin working remotely due to the party's dwindling finances, according to SDDP Chair Paula Hawks. The party is also canceling a Black Hills fundraising event scheduled for next month. No layoffs related to the party's financial situation have taken place, Hawks said.

To get itself out of financial straits, Hawks said the party is setting fundraising goals and talking with the party's donors and Founders Club members. 

"We are feeling very optimistic that we will be moving forward with strength and financial stability," Hawks said.

The SDDP started the month of July, the most recent reporting period, with $31,267 in the bank and ended the month with $3,181, according to the Federal Elections Commission. The party's finances have been on a downward trend this year from $88,127 in cash on hand at the start of the year. The party also receives at least $10,000 monthly from the Democratic National Party, according to FEC reports.

The party's decreasing funds are due to "extreme mismanagement and lack of oversight," Hawks said.

The SDDP's July expenses included $2,400 on rent and about $14,000 on salaries, according to FEC reports.

Rent for the offices is the party's largest operating expense, and based on the advice of the party's accountant and attorney, the party is making "some difficult decisions to ensure we get back on track," Hawks wrote to party leadership in an email on Thursday. They anticipate the office closures being a temporary move until the party is in a better financial situation. 

The Hill via MSN has more details on why the last 2 South Dakota Democrat party offices are closing:

The state party will be closing offices in Sioux Falls and Rapid City at the end of September, the Argus Leader reported. No layoffs for party staff have been announced, and employees will begin working remotely due to the party's budget problems, according to state party Chairwoman Paula Hawks.

Hawks told the Argus Leader the party is setting fundraising goals and meeting with party donors and Founders Club members.

"We are feeling very optimistic that we will be moving forward with strength and financial stability," she said.

But she added that the party's funding problems are due to "extreme mismanagement and lack of oversight." Rent for the offices was the party's biggest operating expense, and Hawks wrote to party leadership in a Thursday email that they were making "some difficult decisions to ensure we get back on track."



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