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Independent Candidate Ron Wieczorek talks to KELO TV

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO.com) -- Independent candidate for Congress Ron Wieczorek says while his Democratic and Republican opponents argue about what kind of car you should drive in a parade, he wants to fix the banking system.

Candidate Wieczorek spent some time with KELO reporter, Todd Epp, on July 6th and had the following to say:

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SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO.com) -- Independent candidate for Congress Ron Wieczorek says while his Democratic and Republican opponents argue about what kind of car you should drive in a parade, he wants to fix the banking system.

The Lyndon Larouche supporter from Mount Vernon says big banks need to be re-regulated under the Glass-Steagall Act, which was passed in the 1930s to separate investment and consumer banks. It was abolished in 1999.

Wieczorek says banking problems in the country could cause a recession--or worse--this fall.

Wieczorek, who is a farmer and former implement dealer, ran for statewide office in the 1990s as a Democrat. Besides being a Larouche supporter, he says he's a John Kennedy-Franklin Roosevelt Democrat and an Abraham Lincoln-Dwight Eisenhower Republican.

Wieczorek faces Republican Dusty Johnson and Democrat Tim Bjorkman in the November election.Β