Senate hopefuls weigh in on EB-5 scandal, government transparency
The June 3 primary election is drawing close, and KSFY News continues to look at the candidates running for U.S. Senate.
The candidates weighed in on the state's participation in a controversial federal plan to stimulate the economy and create jobs: EB5.
Republican hopefuls Larry Rhoden, Mike Rounds, Stace Nelson and Jason Ravsnborg, Democratic candidate Rick Weiland, and Independents Gordon Howie and Larry Pressler all gave their insight into the immigrant investor program.
Republican candidate Annette Bosworth was invited to interview, but she did not respond to requests.