Marty Jackley Voted S.D. Attorney General
by Associated Press
November 02, 2010 9:18 PM
Voters have given incumbent Marty Jackley a four-year term as South Dakota's attorney general.
It was his first campaign after the governor appointed him to the job late last year to fill a vacancy.
The Republican defeated Democrat Ron Volesky in Tuesday's election. The Huron Democrat ran unsuccessfully for the same office in the 2002 and 2006 elections.
Jackley was the U.S. Attorney for South Dakota before he became the state's top lawyer.