Candidates and their supporters make last push for votes - KOTA Territory News

Candidates and their supporters make last push for votes

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Tuesday is election day in KOTA Territory.  If you have been out and about in Rapid City, especially through the Gap, you've probably seen people waving signs. It has become quite a tradition in the area.

People wave and hold signs in support of candidates, and some just encourage people to vote. In some cases, the candidates themselves get out and hold signs.  Tuesday morning John Roberts, candidate for auditor, was holding his sign.  Former governor and Senate candidate Mike Rounds plans to waive in the gap Tuesday afternoon.
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