SD Senate panel declines to prohibit private funding for voting places
PIERRE — A South Dakota Senate panel sided with the Four Directions organization Wednesday by allowing private funding to continue to be used to pay for election polling places.
The Chamberlain-based group, which receives its money from American Indian tribes outside South Dakota, paid Buffalo and Dewey counties to open additional voting centers in 2012.
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