Democracies function best when their citizens participate. For many people, voting is how they participate in federal, state, and local politics. In South Dakota, voters have several options for casting their ballot. Learn the ins and outs of voting in our South Dakota voting guide.
To be eligible to vote in South Dakota, you must be:
You are not eligible to vote in South Dakota if you:
There are several ways to register to vote in South Dakota. This includes registering:
You can register at several government offices, including your local County Auditor's Office and the Department of Human Services.
South Dakota law does not allow email registration. You can access the voter registration form online and submit it in person or via mail.
Through automatic voter registration, you can register to vote as you are applying for a new or updated driver's license or permit.