Tip: Don't go on national television the night of your election if you don't know the results of your race. South Dakota Senate candidate Annette Bosworth found that out the hard way when Fox News' Megyn Kelly told her the results of the Republican primary — Bosworth lost to Mike Rounds, who won 55.5 percent of the vote. Bosworth came in fourth with 5.7 percent. “Well, that’s news to me,” Bosworth said. “I didn’t know that. I found out on national television.”
Bosworth was actually on the show to discuss the negative, sexist comments that had been written about her during her campaign. Kelly asked if Bosworth thought it was a Republican vs. Democrats issue. "I don't like liberals whining being victims anymore than anyone else, but I did notice that, from the beginning of this race, I was treated differently than my male counterparts," she said.
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