Election Day took place throughout South Dakota yesterday. Here are the results from yesterday’s election.
In the statewide race for United States Senator between Republican Mike Rounds and Democrat Dan Ahlers, Mike Rounds defeated Dan Ahlers.
For U.S. Representative, in the race between Republican Dusty Johnson and Libertarian Randy ‘Uriah’ Luallin, Dusty Johnson defeated Randy “Uriah” Luallin.
On the State District Level, for South Dakota State Representative for District 21 in the race between Republican Rocky Blare, Republican Caleb Finck, and Democrat Jessica Hegge, Rocky Blare and Caleb Fink won both seats with 44 percent and 35 percent of total votes respectively.
For State Senator for District 21 in the race between Republican Erin Tobin and Democrat Dan Kerner Andersson, Erin Tobin defeated Dan Kerner Andersson with 79 percent of total votes.
For State Senator for District 26 in the race between Democrat Troy Heinert and Republican Joel Koskan, Troy Heinert defeated Joel Koskan with 53 percent of total votes.
For Public Utilities Commissioner, in the race between Republican Gary Hanson, Libertarian Devin Saxon and Democrat Remi W. B. Bald Eagle, Gary Hanson won the position.
For South Dakota State Representative for District 26B, in the race between Republican Rebecca L. Reimer and Democrat Tim Feliciano, Rebecca L. Reimer defeated Tim Feliciano with 70 percent of total votes.
On the local county level in the race for Tripp County District 2 Commissioner between Republican Daniel Forgey and Independent Marla Liggett, Daniel Forgey defeated Marla Liggett with 61 percent of total votes.
For Gregory County Commissioner in District 2, in the race between Democrat Kelsea Kenzy Sutton, Independent Nichole Matucha and Republican Lance Matucha, Lance Matucha won the position with 51 percent of total votes.
For Lyman County for County Commissioner, in the race between Republican Brian Kraus, Republican Leslie Reuer and Independent Kevin Thomas. Leslie Reuer with 37 percent of total votes and Brian Kraus with 35 percent of total votes won the two positions.
For Jones County in the race for States Attorney between Independent Diana Boni and Independent Kirby Krogman, Kirby Krogman defeated Diana Boni with 69 percent of total votes.
For Mellette County, in the race for County Commissioner District 2 between Republican Joyce M. Glynn, Independent Casey G. Krogman, and Independent Newlly O’Brien, Casey G. Krogman won the position with 42 percent of of total votes.
Initiated measure 26- an initiated measure to legalize marijuana for medical use, passed.
Amendment A passed legalizing the possession, use, transport and distribution of marijuana and paraphernalia by anyone who is 21 years old and older.