Shantel Krebs : South Dakota Secretary of State
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2012 General Election - November 6, 2012
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Last Updated: 11/28/2012 3:55:47 PM
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Supreme Court Retention : Justice Glen A. Severson representing the Second Supreme Court District - STATE

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         Votes   Percent         
   Yes239,13980.20%
 
   No59,03019.80%
 
        
 

Constitutional Amendment M: An Amendment to the South Dakota Constitution regarding certain provisions relating to corporations. - STATE

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         Votes   Percent         
   Yes96,18729.60%
 
   No228,72070.40%
 
        
 

Constitutional Amendment N: An Amendment to the South Dakota Constitution repealing certain reimbursement restrictions for travel by legislators to and from a legislative session. - STATE

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         Votes   Percent         
   Yes125,71536.82%
 
   No215,67563.18%
 
        
 

Constitutional Amendment O: An Amendment to the South Dakota Constitution changing the method for distributions from the cement plant trust fund. - STATE

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         Votes   Percent         
   Yes186,95656.76%
 
   No142,41043.24%
 
        
 

Constitutional Amendment P: An Amendment to the South Dakota Constitution adding balanced budget requirements. - STATE

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         Votes   Percent         
   Yes215,65964.60%
 
   No118,16535.40%
 
        
 

Initiated Measure 15: An initiated measure to increase state general sales and use taxes for additional K-12 public education and Medicaid funding. - STATE

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         Votes   Percent         
   Yes151,49843.27%
 
   No198,58656.73%
 
        
 

Referred Law 14: An Act to establish the Large Project Development Fund. - STATE

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         Votes   Percent         
   Yes139,75142.36%
 
   No190,12657.64%
 
        
 

Referred Law 16: An education reform act to establish a teacher scholarship program; create a program for math and science teacher bonuses; create a program for teacher merit bonuses; mandate a uniform teacher and principal evaluation system; and eliminate state requirements for teacher tenure. - STATE

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         Votes   Percent         
   Yes114,59032.77%
 
   No235,06467.23%