Mitchell Schools Superintendent Dr. Joe Graves announced at Monday’s Mitchell School Board meeting that he plans a run for the South Dakota Legislature in 2014. Graves has not decided if he will run for the House or the Senate. He will run as a Republican. It will be the first time Graves has run for political office. Graves will need approval from the Mitchell School Board to run for office.
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