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Over 40-Percent Of South Dakota Voters Stay Home From Polls

(Pierre, SD) — Over 40-percent of South Dakota voters stayed home from the polls during the midterm general election. The South Dakota Secretary of State’s Office says voter turnout was just under 60-percent of all active voters. Turnout for the 2018 midterms was at 65-percent. Officials say midterm election turnout has trended downward since 1994.

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