Absentee voting is set to begin Friday in South Dakota, allowing supporters of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton to cast ballots ahead of the Nov. 8 general election.
Voters this election will have the opportunity to decide among candidates for president, U.S. House and Senate, the state Public Utilities Commission and state legislative seats.
There are also 10 ballot measures going before voters, and voters may have county office races on their ballot.
Party officials say Democratic and Republican candidates across the state are reminding voters they can vote absentee.
Voters can use the Secretary of State's Vote605 app to view a sample ballot and track an absentee ballot request from their phone. The app also gives citizens the ability to figure out where they are registered to vote.