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The South Dakota Republican Party believes that the fundamental principles of the Republican Party are rooted in the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution of the United States, and the Constitution of the State of South Dakota. The Party supports the preservation of our Republic, its ideals and institutions for the good of all Americans and adamantly opposes the erosion of these cherished freedoms.

Registered Democrats

  • 36.6% 36.6%

Registered Republicans

  • 63.4% 63.4%

(as of November 1, 2020)

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House, Senate Republicans elect new legislative leadership

House, Senate Republicans elect new legislative leadership  Peterson, Cammack take the helm as Majority Leaders for House & Senate. The South Dakota Republican Party today announced the election of new caucus leadership for Republican majorities in the State House...

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Justice Barrett

Since the day she was nominated, Judge Barrett has shown extraordinary intelligence & command of the law. On top of that, she knows that the role of a judge is to be an impartial interpreter of the law – not a policymaker. Congrats, Justice Barrett.”

United States Senator John Thune

October 26, 2020

Happy Birthday, South Dakota

“On November 2, 1889, South Dakota officially became a state in these great United States of America. 131 years later, South Dakota still stands for Freedom, and we love our country. Happy birthday, South Dakota!”

 

—Governor Kristi Noem

November 2, 2020

Mount Rushmore

“Our Founding Fathers weren’t perfect, but they created the most perfect system of government that has ever existed. Despite their imperfections, we continue to honor the four “guys” on Mt. Rushmore. Their lives tell the story of our nation & our journey to a more perfect union.”

 

—US Senator Mike Rounds

October 29, 2020

Tribal Lands

Good news! The Oglala, Yankton, Rosebud, and Cheyenne River Sioux Tribes were all granted licenses to address tribes’ internet connectivity needs. This is a strong step towards closing the digital divide on our tribal lands.

 

—US Congressman Dusty Johnson

October 23, 2020

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