RAPID CITY, S.D. (KOTA TV) - President Donald Trump is expected to campaign for candidates in South Dakota sometime before the November general election, according to the Sioux Falls Argus Leader.
The president has promised to run full tilt up to the election in an attempt to keep Republicans in control of the House and Senate. Historically, the party in control of the White House struggles to maintain control of Congress in mid-term elections.
South Dakota is reportedly one of several states he will campaign in. However, no specific date or location has been released.
The only South Dakota congressional seat up for grabs this year is in the U.S. House of Representatives. Republican Dusty Johnson is running against three other candidates: Democrat Tim Bjorkman, Libertarian George D. Hendrickson and Independent Ron Wieczorek.
Republican Kristi Noem, who is currently in the House, is running for governor against Democrat Billie Sutton and Libertarian Kurt Evans.