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S.D. municipal elections and presidential primary could be delayed due to COVID-19 pandemic

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South Dakota lawmakers will consider a bill to delay municipal elections scheduled for April in Sioux Falls, Brookings and other cities (including Freeman and Menno), and to give Gov. Kristi Noem the power to delay the June 2 presidential primary until late July due to concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic. The election bill is one of several virus-measures lawmakers may consider on the final day of the 2020 legislative session on Monday, March 30 to respond to the coronavirus that is slowly spreading across the state.

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