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Election 2022 headlines
While Trump's candidates have had mixed success so far this year in party primaries, many Republican voters still embrace Trump's false claims of voter fraud in the 2020 election, as well as his right-wing, "America First" populist ideology.

Redistricting has pushed incumbents from the same party to run against one other in a half-dozen races, an awkward result of the once-a-decade process of drawing new congressional lines.
Democrats are seeking a writ of prohibition, which would prevent South Dakota Secretary of State Steve Barnett from certifying the candidate's advance to the general election.


Members of the public submitted more than 25 questions during Tuesday's forum.
The biggest election night of the year so far delivered mixed results for Trump and his far-right movement, although votes were still being counted in the high-profile Republican Senate primary in Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania state Sen. Doug Mastriano, who has amplified former President Donald Trump's false claims of 2020 voter fraud, wins PA governor primary.
Three candidates, all 25 and under, will appear on ballots in their district this November, but is South Dakota ready to elect youth?
Five candidates for governor sought the party endorsement at the GOP state convention in Rochester. By the ninth round of voting, Jensen, a family practice physician and former state senator skeptical of COVID-19 lockdowns and vaccine mandates, bested former congressional candidate Kendall Qualls.
Natvig, who serves as the director of the South Dakota Division of Criminal Investigation, is running for the seat currently held by his boss, Jason Ravnsborg.
My real concern is that the decision on whether to require a supermajority for some tax and spend issues is on a primary election ballot.
Extremely tough decisions had to be made in the past two-plus years with school closures, mask mandates, teacher and administration salaries and funding for a new high school.
In a Sunday evening rally, Trump appeared to confuse two of the candidates' names, telling the crowd that he backed "J.D. Mandel" to take the seat of retiring Senator Rob Portman.
A Republican House would be enough to derail most legislation President Joe Biden and his fellow Democrats want to enact, as well as likely spurring a wave of new congressional probes of the administration.
Save America's limited spending has raised questions among campaign finance experts and political observers, who say it might signal that he is reserving cash for a presidential run in 2024.