SD Electors Say They Will Vote For Trump
The South Dakota Electoral College voters say they won’t need intelligence briefings before casting their vote for President-elect Donald Trump.
A spokesperson for Governor Dennis Daugaard and Lieutenant Governor Matt Michels says they believe it’s their job to reflect the will of South Dakota voters.
A spokesperson for Attorney General Marty Jackley says he has no plans of receiving intelligence briefings into alleged Russian meddling with the American election system.
President-elect Donald Trump won the state of South Dakota 61 percent of the vote.