The 2020 election season is in full swing, and here at FFL we’re excited to see that there has been a surge in Republican women running for public office. We love to celebrate conservative women in all capacities and give our readers a look at what they stand for.

The filing date for the South Dakota congressional races recently passed. There are two women running for United States Congress from the state. South Dakota will have their primary on June 2, 2020.

Here’s what you need to know:

Scyller Borglum: U.S. Senate

Scyller Borglum graduated from Pacific Lutheran University with a degree in Business Administration. She later earned her masters degree in theological studies and petroleum engineering, as well as a doctoral degree in geology and geological engineering. She then worked as a production engineer in oil fields. Borglum is currently a South Dakota House Of Representative in District 32. Scyller Borglum is for controlling the national deficit, providing access to affordable health care and reforming immigration policies. To learn more about Scyller Borglum, check out her campaign website here.

Liz May: SD At Large Congressional District

Liz May is a 4th generation South Dakotan, where she is a small business owner and a well trusted rancher. She earned her degree in Adjusting from Texas Property and Casualty Insurance School in Arlington, Texas. May previously represented the 27th District in South Dakota House of Representatives from 2013 to 2019. Liz May is for securing the wall, protecting our freedom of speech & religion, the fight against socialism, defunding Planned Parenthood, protecting all life, right to keep and bear arms, improving access to mental health care, affordable quality healthcare, and securing Social Security and Medicare. To learn more about Liz May, check out her campaign website here.

Caroline O