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Unofficial Results

General Election November 6, 2018

Results last updated:11/16/2018 4:30 PM CT
62.66%
62.66%

Ballots Cast341,047
Registered Voters544,282

100%
100%

Partially0
Fully698
Total698

Unofficial Results will be posted beginning at 8:00 pm Central Time and will update every five minutes starting at 8:05 pm CT.
Yankton County Results
Yankton County Results

United States Representative

Vote Centers Fully: 698 / 698
|
Partially: 0 / 698

George D. Hendrickson

Libertarian

103


Dustin "Dusty" Johnson

Republican

5,191


Tim Bjorkman

Democratic

3,383


Ron Wieczorek

Independent

205


total votes

8,882

Governor and Lieutenant Governor

Vote Centers Fully: 698 / 698
|
Partially: 0 / 698

Kurt Evans and Richard Shelatz

Libertarian

134


Kristi Noem and Larry Rhoden

Republican

4,121


Billie Sutton and Michelle Lavallee

Democratic

4,757


total votes

9,012

Secretary of State

Vote Centers Fully: 698 / 698
|
Partially: 0 / 698

Steve Barnett

Republican

5,276


Alexandra Frederick

Democratic

3,140


total votes

8,416

Attorney General

Vote Centers Fully: 698 / 698
|
Partially: 0 / 698

Jason Ravnsborg

Republican

4,921


Randy Seiler

Democratic

3,694


total votes

8,615

State Auditor

Vote Centers Fully: 698 / 698
|
Partially: 0 / 698

Rich Sattgast

Republican

4,926


Tom Cool

Democratic

3,247


total votes

8,173

State Treasurer

Vote Centers Fully: 698 / 698
|
Partially: 0 / 698

Josh Haeder

Republican

4,780


Aaron Matson

Democratic

3,265


total votes

8,045

Commissioner of School and Public Lands

Vote Centers Fully: 698 / 698
|
Partially: 0 / 698

Ryan Brunner

Republican

4,695


Woody Houser

Democratic

3,347


total votes

8,042

Public Utilities Commissioner

Vote Centers Fully: 698 / 698
|
Partially: 0 / 698

Kristie Fiegen

Republican

5,082


Wayne Frederick

Democratic

3,015


total votes

8,097

State Senator - District 18

Vote Centers Fully: 8 / 8
|
Partially: 0 / 8

Roger Meyer

Republican

4,061


Craig Kennedy

Democratic

4,518


total votes

8,579

State Representative - District 18

Vote Centers Fully: 8 / 8
|
Partially: 0 / 8

Jean M. Hunhoff

Republican

4,444


Max L. Farver

Republican

3,782


Ryan Cwach

Democratic

4,552


Terry Crandall

Democratic

3,547


total votes

16,325

County Commissioner At Large - Yankton

Vote Centers Fully: 8 / 8
|
Partially: 0 / 8

Todd B Woods

Republican

3,710


Dan Klimisch

Republican

5,236


Debra A Bodenstedt

Republican

2,879


Joseph J Healy

Independent

5,194


Raymon G Epp

Independent

2,563


Cheri Loest

Independent

4,535


total votes

24,117

Supreme Court Retention : Shall Justice Janine M. Kern representing the First Supreme Court District, whose term expires January 1, 2019, be retained in office?

Vote Centers Fully: 698 / 698
|
Partially: 0 / 698

Yes

6,310


No

1,347


total votes

7,657

Constitutional Amendment W: An initiated amendment to the South Dakota Constitution changing campaign finance and lobbying laws, creating a government accountability board, and changing certain initiative and referendum provisions.

Vote Centers Fully: 698 / 698
|
Partially: 0 / 698

Yes

4,340


No

4,207


total votes

8,547

Constitutional Amendment X: An amendment to the South Dakota Constitution increasing the number of votes needed to approve a constitutional amendment.

Vote Centers Fully: 698 / 698
|
Partially: 0 / 698

Yes

3,819


No

4,644


total votes

8,463

Constitutional Amendment Z: An amendment to the South Dakota Constitution establishing that a proposed constitutional amendment may embrace only one subject, and requiring proposed amendments to be presented and voted on separately.

Vote Centers Fully: 698 / 698
|
Partially: 0 / 698

Yes

5,393


No

3,046


total votes

8,439

Initiated Measure 24: An initiated measure prohibiting contributions to ballot question committees by non-residents, out-of-state political committees, and entities that are not filed with the Secretary of State.

Vote Centers Fully: 698 / 698
|
Partially: 0 / 698

Yes

4,780


No

3,659


total votes

8,439

Initiated Measure 25: An initiated measure increasing the State tobacco tax and creating a postsecondary technical institute fund for the purposes of lowering student tuition and providing financial support to the State postsecondary technical institutes.

Vote Centers Fully: 698 / 698
|
Partially: 0 / 698

Yes

4,040


No

4,836


total votes

8,876