South Dakota Election Results – District 30 – Public Utilities Commissioner – United States Senator – United States Representative and Statewide Ballot Question Results

Custer SD
Custer Free Press
11/9/2016
12:40 a.m. MT

updated
11/9/2016
9:30 a.m. MT

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A Custer citizen exercises her right as an American to vote at The Pine Room in the Custer County Annex Building 477 Crook Street, Tuesday, November 8, 2016. Photo:Herb Ryan/Custer Free Press.

 

State of South Dakota Election Results 687 0f 707 Precincts Reporting
Votes:
                                               All Precincts Reporting
Donald J. Trump   221,885         227,701
Gary Johnson           20,205         20,845
Hillary Clinton       112,514          117,442
Darrell Castle            3,930          4.059

United States Senator

John R Thune   258,429          265,494
Jay Williams       99,682          104,125

United States Representative

Kristi Noem     230,932          237,141
Paula Hawks   127,495           132,797

Public Utilities Commissioner

Chris Nelson      262,175         268,927
Henry Red Cloud   83,342             87,841

State Senator District 30

Lance Russell    7,786          9,173
Karla LaRive          3,081            3,653

State Representative District 30

Julie Frye-Mueller    6,934          8,086
Tim Goodwin        6,989         8,233
Kristine Ina Winter  2,466           2,915
Sandy Arsenault        2,719           3,397

Statewide Ballot Questions

Constitutional Amendment R: An amendment to The South Dakota constitution regarding post secondary technical educational institutes.

YES: 172,472          178,187

NO:  168,580             173,942

Constitutional Amendment S: An initiated amendment to  the South Dakota Constitution to expand rights for victims.

YES:  208,063          215,262

NO:  141,932                 146,073

Constitutional Amendment T: An initiated amendment to the South Dakota Constitution to provide for state legislative redistricting by a commission.

YES:  144,820          149,926

NO:   193,086       198,955

Constitutional Amendment U: An initiated amendment to the South Dakota Constitution limiting the ability to set statutory interest rates.

YES:  125,879          130,606

NO:   218,551        224,850   

Constitutional Amendment V: An initiated amendment to the South Dakota Constitution establishing nonpartisan elections.

YES:  152,190      157,844

NO:  190,944   196,767

Initiated Measure 21: An initiated measure to set a maximum finance charge for certain licensed money lenders:

YES:  261,831    270,278

NO:  84,669           87,347

Initiated Measure 22: An initiated measure to revise state campaign finance and lobbying laws, create an ethics commission, and appropriate funds.

YES: 174,336    180,580

NO:  164,492       169,220

Initiated Measure 23: An initiated measure to give certain organizations the right to charge fees.

YES:   68,805       71,240

NO:  270,893  279,453

Referred Law 19: An act to revise state laws regarding elections and election petitions.

YES:  94,797     98,649

NO: 235,248    242,107

Referred Law 20: An act lowering the state minimum wage for non-tipped employees under age 18.

YES: 101,229    104,172

NO:  248,326  256,658

 

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