South Dakota Amendment C

Amendment C is an attempt to silence the voters of South Dakota.

Amendment C is a brazen attempt to remove the power of the people in South Dakota. Since the founding of our state, residents have had a direct say in government through ballot measures. Through these measures, voters have consistently held politicians accountable by directly voting on issues important for South Dakota. 

You don't have to be a member of either party to vote on Amendment C

Now, using Amendment C, Politicians want to weaken and block our checks on their power. Simply put they want to silence the working people of South Dakota. Amendment C would allow a small minority of voters to block any attempt to pass measures supported by the majority of residents. A few people could hold our state hostage, blocking funding for important things like public safety, rural health centers, nursing homes, schools and more. 

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Amendment C faces widespread opposition from business owners, workers, mayors, and rural residents alike who all oppose it because they know it's wrong for South Dakota's future. 

Protect Your Voice!

Voting in South Dakota:

  • Check your registration and find your polling location at:
  • Anyone can vote on Amendment C regardless of party affiliation. The only requirement is that you are registerd to vote. 
  • Polls are open on  Tuesday June 7, 2022 from 7:00am to 7:00pm local time. 
  • Absentee voting began on April 22, 2022. 
  • The deadline to register to vote for the June 7 primary was on May 23. 
  • If you are denied your right to vote and you dispute the reasons, you may cast a provisional ballot which will be counted once your eligibility is confirmed. 
  • A Photo ID is required to vote in South Dakota. Acceptabel IDs include: SD Driver's License, SD Issued Non-Driver's License, Tribal Photo ID, Passport, U.S. Armed Forces ID, Current University Photo ID, or Current High School Photo ID.
  • If you do not have an acceptable form of ID, you must be given the option to sign a personal affidavit under penalty of perjury declaring you are who you say you are.