Corinna Robinson officially began her campaign for the U.S. House Monday. The Rapid City native spent Veterans Day visiting with veterans and their families in Rapid City.
"I'm here today to honor my fellow South Dakota veterans. I'm humbled by so many brave, young men and women who have been serving in Afghanistan and Iraq, and I want to live up to the example set by South Dakota's Vietnam, World War Two and Korean War veterans, like my father, in whose footsteps I followed. We must always remember the sacrifice of veterans and their families," said Robinson.
Robinson was born and raised in Rapid City. She is an Army veteran. Her military service took her to war half a world away, but she says her South Dakota upbringing and Christian faith have guided her every step of the way.
"Today, I want to say thank you and recognize the sacrifices veterans and their families have endured. I'm so honored to be here," she concluded.