SIOUX FALLS, S.D. -

South Dakota political campaigns are using the little remaining time before Election Day to reach a few more voters and make sure supporters get to the polls.
    
The crowded ballot on Tuesday includes 10 ballot measures, plus races for offices from Legislature to president.
    
Canvassers are going door-to-door across South Dakota for a measure that would incorporate crime victims' rights into the state constitution.
    
The campaign for a constitutional amendment that would strip party labels from the ballot has teams going door knocking in Rapid City and Sioux Falls.
    
Supporters of a measure that would set up a system to publicly fund campaigns had about 30 volunteers working the phones and out in the field Monday. Foes of the measure are focusing on phone banking that will continue into Election Day.