Candidates for the governorship are holding final rallies before the elections

SIOUX FALLS, SD (Dakota News Now) -Governor Kristi Noem and challenger Jamie Smith both held rallies tonight. Noem was in Rapid City while Smith was in Sioux Falls.

Both candidates decided to focus their last push on their base, in cities that mean something to them.

“We’ve spent the whole week traveling around the state, we want to make sure the whole state knows they’re important to me, but this opportunity to hold this rally tonight at the Washington Pavilion, which is my high school, which I’m at I was studying,” he said. Jamie Smith, (D) running for governor.

Kristi Noem has a number of speakers on stage before her.

In his pre-election campaign, he focused on supporting the Republican Party.

This is South Dakota, I will fight for you every day and I will defend our state and your rights and I will fight what the amazing Biden is doing here,” said Gov. Kristi Noem, who is running for governor.

Meanwhile, Democratic challenger Jamie Smith decided to focus his message on clearing his name and encouraging supporters to vote.

“We’re going to stay that way, we know the governor is throwing a lot of garbage our way, a lot of negative publicity that we’re not. Who are we? We know we’re focused on the state of South Dakota and people are looking to us for change. So we’re going to continue that message and we’re just trying to inspire people to get out and vote tomorrow,” Smith said.

Noem is also focusing on his time as governor.

“Listen, South Dakota has been a shining city on a hill since the events of this country. Four years ago, when I ran for governor, I told you that if you put me in charge of your leadership, we would build stronger families.” Noem said.

Libertarian candidate Tracy Quint is campaigning on her social media pages.

Polling stations will be open tomorrow from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm

You need some form of identification.

Sample ballots can be found on the Secretary of State’s website.

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