SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) – Secretary of State Jason Gant says no major issues have been reported with voting across South Dakota.
Some Sioux Falls voters are showing up to the wrong polling place because the city recently used vote centers, but those are not being used in the primary election.
Minnehaha County Auditor Bob Litz says he was worried that some people would be confused about where to vote.
Gant says seven counties offered the vote centers Tuesday that allow people to cast ballots regardless of the location of their home precinct.
Counties using the centers Tuesday include Brown, Brookings, Hughes, Yankton, Hyde, Potter and Sully.
Gant says the only official voting results have come from those counties because voters are tracked electronically, and those results indicate turnout is about average.
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