Hopefully when you arrive at the polls to vote things go smoothly and without incident.  Should there be a problem however, there are two phone numbers to keep in mind, regardless of your party affiliation.

A Voter Protection Hotline has been set up for voters to report any issues, according to Suzanne Jones Pranger, Executive Director of the South Dakota Democratic Party:

All signs point to this being a high-turnout election, and Democrats are committed to ensuring every eligible citizen who wishes to do so can exercise his or her right to vote. We encourage any voter who has any problem at his or her polling place to call the national Voter Protection Hotline at 1-844-464-4455. Voters can also call our office at (605) 271-5405 with any questions or concerns.

Polls are open on Tuesday, November 8, from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM.  See your sample ballot and find your location to vote at the South Dakota Voter Information Portal.

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