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South Dakota Amendment A Election Results: Legalize Recreational Marijuana

Updated Dec. 2, 2020, 8:37 AM ET

South Dakota Amendment A Election Results: Legalize Recreational Marijuana

Recreational use of marijuana would be legalized, and the state legislature would have to pass laws legalizing medical marijuana and the sale of hemp by April 1, 2022.

Answer Votes Pct.
Winner Winner Yes Yes 225,260 54.2 %
No No 190,477 45.8 %
Total reported Total reported 415,737

Results by county

County Total votes Absentee
Minnehaha 90,681
Pennington 56,358
Lincoln 32,173
Brown 17,298
Brookings 14,336
Lawrence 13,747
Meade 13,524
Codington 12,958
Yankton 10,709
Union 8,699
Hughes 8,694
Davison 8,363
Beadle 6,968
Lake 5,819
Clay 5,633
Custer 5,411
Butte 4,745
Turner 4,487
Roberts 4,213
Fall River 3,946
Charles Mix 3,714
Grant 3,676
Hutchinson 3,675
Moody 3,196
Oglala Lakota 3,105
Spink 3,073
Hamlin 3,047
Bon Homme 2,916
Day 2,898
McCook 2,858
Kingsbury 2,724
Tripp 2,650
Walworth 2,510
Todd 2,468
Brule 2,442
Deuel 2,293
Hanson 2,282
Gregory 2,213
Marshall 2,144
Edmunds 1,954
Dewey 1,907
Hand 1,814
Clark 1,809
Douglas 1,655
Stanley 1,637
Perkins 1,636
Lyman 1,585
Aurora 1,381
Potter 1,355
McPherson 1,285
Corson 1,238
Faulk 1,164
Bennett 1,155
Sanborn 1,155
Miner 1,128
Haakon 1,114
Jackson 1,093
Jerauld 986
Sully 928
Ziebach 888
Campbell 851
Harding 792
Mellette 763
Hyde 694
Jones 596
Buffalo 528
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Note: Absentee vote data may not be available in some places.

Latest updates

Reid Epstein, in Washington Nov. 30, 2020

The chairwoman of the Wisconsin Elections Commission has certified Biden as the winner in Wisconsin, formalizing his narrow victory in a state Trump carried four years ago. Read more ›

Read our analysis of the vote

Latest updates

Reid Epstein, in Washington Nov. 30, 2020

The chairwoman of the Wisconsin Elections Commission has certified Biden as the winner in Wisconsin, formalizing his narrow victory in a state Trump carried four years ago. Read more ›

Glenn Thrush, in Washington Nov. 30, 2020

Arizona has officially certified Biden’s narrow victory in the state, further undermining Trump’s efforts to portray his decisive national loss as a matter still under dispute. Read more ›

Michael D. Shear, in Washington Nov. 23, 2020

President Trump authorized his government to begin the transition to President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s administration. Read more ›

Kathleen Gray, in Bloomfield Hills, Mich. Nov. 23, 2020

Michigan’s top elections board voted to certify the election results, a blow to President Trump, who had been trying to subvert Joe Biden’s win there. Read more ›

Richard Fausset, in Atlanta Nov. 20, 2020

Georgia’s secretary of state has certified President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s victory in the state, dealing a blow to President Trump’s bid to overturn the election. Read more ›

Richard Fausset, in Atlanta Nov. 19, 2020

President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s victory in Georgia was reaffirmed after the state finished its recount of nearly five million ballots with few meaningful vote changes. Read more ›

Stephanie Saul, in New York Nov. 13, 2020

Biden is the first Democratic presidential candidate to carry Georgia since Bill Clinton in 1992. Even as a recount begins in the state, Biden leads by more than 14,000 votes. See Georgia results ›

Matt Stevens, in New York Nov. 13, 2020

Trump’s narrow victory in North Carolina does not affect the overall outcome of the race, which Biden won Saturday after crossing the threshold of 270 Electoral College votes. See North Carolina results ›

Nate Cohn, in New York Nov. 13, 2020

It’s final: Joe Biden wins 306 electoral votes, Donald Trump wins 232. Biden wins Georgia. Trump wins North Carolina. Read more ›

Jennifer Medina Nov. 12, 2020

For the first time in decades, Arizona has voted for a Democrat for president. Bill Clinton won the state in 1996, and he had been the only Democrat to do so since Truman. Read more ›

Nate Cohn, in New York Nov. 12, 2020

The races in Arizona and Georgia have not been called by several TV networks, but they’re essentially over. Here’s why ›

Source: Election results and race calls from The Associated Press

By Michael Andre, Aliza Aufrichtig, Gray Beltran, Matthew Bloch, Larry Buchanan, Andrew Chavez, Nate Cohn, Matthew Conlen, Annie Daniel, Asmaa Elkeurti, Andrew Fischer, Josh Holder, Will Houp, Jonathan Huang, Josh Katz, Aaron Krolik, Jasmine C. Lee, Rebecca Lieberman, Ilana Marcus, Jaymin Patel, Charlie Smart, Ben Smithgall, Umi Syam, Rumsey Taylor, Miles Watkins and Isaac White

Additional data collection by Alice Park, Rachel Shorey, Thu Trinh and Quoctrung Bui

Candidate photo research and production by Earl Wilson, Alana Celii, Lalena Fisher, Yuriria Avila, Amanda Cordero, Laura Kaltman, Andrew Rodriguez, Alex Garces, Chris Kahley, Andy Chen, Chris O’Brien, Jim DeMaria, Dave Braun and Jessica White

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