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Elections in South Dakota Federal government Presidential Elections 1972 · 2000 · 2004 · 2008 Presidential Primaries Democratic: 2008 Republican: 2008 U.S. Senate elections 1980 · 1986 · 1992 · 1996 · 1998 · 2002 · 2004 · 2008 · 2010 U.S. House elections 2002 · 2004 (special) · 2004 · 2006 · 2008 · 2010 · 2012 State government Gubernatorial Elections 2002 · 2006 · 2010 This box: view · talk · edit Elections will be held in South Dakota on November 2, 2010. Primary elections will take place on June 8, 2010 for the Democratic Party, Republican Party, and Constitution Party. Contents 1 Federal 1.1 United States Senate 1.2 United States House 2 State 2.1 Governor 2.2 Other Statewide Officers 2.3 State Senate 2.4 State House of Representatives 2.5 Judicial positions 2.6 Ballot measures 3 Local 3.1 County officers 3.2 Party representatives 4 References 5 External links Federal United States Senate Main article: United States Senate election in South Dakota, 2010 See also: United States Senate elections, 2010 Republican incumbent John Thune is running for re-election. United States House Main article: United States House of Representatives election in South Dakota, 2010 See also: United States House of Representatives elections, 2010 Democratic incumbent Stephanie Herseth Sandlin is running for re-election. State Governor Main article: South Dakota gubernatorial election, 2010 See also: United States gubernatorial elections, 2010 Mike Rounds, the current Republican Governor, is term-limited and will not be seeking re-election in 2010. Five candidates are running for the Republican nomination. The winner of the Republican primary will face Democratic State Senator Scott Heidepriem in the general election. Other Statewide Officers The offices of Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Attorney General, Treasurer, Auditor, Commissioner of School and Public Lands, and Public Utility Commissioner will be up for election in 2010. Candidates for each party will be nominated at the 2010 state conventions of each political party. State Senate All thirty-five seats of the South Dakota Senate will be up for election in 2010. State House of Representatives All seventy seats in the South Dakota House of Representatives are up for election in 2010. Judicial positions Multiple judicial positions will be up for election in 2010. South Dakota judicial elections, 2010 at Judgepedia Ballot measures Four measures have been certified for the November 2 ballot: 1. Protects the right to secret ballots in federal, state, and union representation elections 2. Repeals the automatic annual transfer of $12 million from the trust fund to the state general fund 3. Extends smoking ban to apply statewide 4. Proposes legalization of medical marijuana South Dakota 2010 ballot measures at Ballotpedia Local County officers County offices including County Commissioners, County Auditors, County Registers of Deeds, and County Sheriffs are up for election in 2010. Party representatives In its closed primary election on June 8, party members will elect delegates to the Republican Party State Convention and the Democratic Party State Convention. References Offices to be filled in the 2010 Elections, South Dakota Secretary of State, Retrieved April 9, 2010. 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