Early voting or absentee voting starts Friday for South Dakota’s primary and special elections.
Registered voters can vote early or absentee until June 4.
One west river county auditor says they’re expecting a higher than normal turnout.
Of the 68,000 registered voters in Pennington County, Auditor Julie Pearson says she’s expecting a 35 percent turnout. She says that’s high for a primary.
She says that’s mainly due to two issues up for vote in Rapid City that aren’t party based – the Marsy’s Law adjustment and the referral of a new arena at the civic center.