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Republican Party of South Dakota

South Dakota Republican Party
Chairman Tim Rave[1]
Senate leader Russell Olson
House leader Val Rausch[2]
Headquarters 110 W. Missouri Ave.
Pierre, South Dakota 57501 [3]
National affiliation Republican Party
Colors Red, White, Blue
Seats in the Upper House
Seats in the Lower House
Website
South Dakota GOP
Politics of the United States
Political parties
Elections

The South Dakota Republican Party is the affiliate of the Republican Party in South Dakota. Which Currently Holds 92 of the 118 Elected Offices in the State and 80 of 105 in The State Legislature meaning that In the 2010 election the Republican Party of South Dakota won a Super majority in both houses.

Current elected officials

The South Dakota Republican Party controls all seven statewide offices and holds majorities in the South Dakota Senate and the South Dakota House of Representatives. Republicans also hold one of the state's U.S. Senate seats and the state's at-large congressional seat.

State
Federal

See also

References

External links

  • South Dakota Republican Party


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