RAPID CITY, S.D. — The two candidates for auditor of Pennington County disagree about the legality of dozens of voter registrations that list the north-side Rapid City Walmart as an address, the Rapid City Journal reported.
South Dakota is a popular domicile state for full-time RVers. The article noted that many of the voters are already inactive and will be purged from voting rolls after four more years of inactivity.
“I am shocked that there are hundreds of illegal voters registered here in Pennington County, between the hundreds registered to vote who supposedly live at Walmart or others registering at other private businesses and homes, that they don’t own, live or work at,” said James Bialota, one of the candidates for office.
The full story is available at the Rapid City Journal.