University of South Dakota School of Law alumnus Talmage Ekanger (Class of 2003) has written a book entitled "The Other Side of Tom Daschle," which may be mailed to every household in South Dakota, according to a blurb in Robert Novak's latest column:
Seeking to defeat Senate Democratic Leader Thomas Daschle for re-election in South Dakota, conservative publisher Jameson Campaigne of Ottawa, Ill., is soliciting funds to mail a book called The Other Side of Tom Daschle to every one of 290,000 households in Daschle's state.
The book is written by lawyer Talmage Ekanger, a Federalist Society member from Milbank, S.D., and is published by Campaigne's Green Hill Publishers. It purports to contrast South Dakota's conservatism with Daschle's record in Washington. Its chapters include ''Abortion Any Time for Any Reason,'' ''Daschle vs. Catholic Church'' and ''Waving the Homosexual Agenda.''
Polls indicate that Daschle is in a close race for a fourth term with his Republican opponent, former Rep. John Thune.
You can digest more details of Ekanger's work HERE.
Rapid City Journal political reporter Denise Ross reported on the development of this book project last September, which caught the attention of the Washington Post.