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Term limits have some legislators moving from senate to house.
Term limits have some legislators moving from senate to house.
February 16, 2016

First Legislators Announce Candidacy

Nominating petitions for the state legislature have been circulating since the start of the year and some candiates have already been certified. The Rapid City Journal gives the names of incumbents who will run again in the Black Hills area. South Dakota imposes term limits of four consecutive two-year terms, so some legislators will leave the senate to run for the house, or vice versa. 

Election news will be tracked in our news archive.

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