PIERRE, SD -
South Dakota Secretary of State Jason Gant says his office has revamped the state's vote reporting website for Tuesday's primary election.
Gant, the state's chief election officer, says the website features a new layout that lets people more easily track the races that are most important to them.
He says the site will allow people to designate specific races they can track as votes are counted throughout the evening.
The vote count will be displayed on the website beginning at 8 p.m. CDT after polls close in western South Dakota.
The election results can be seen on the secretary of state's website.
You can also find all your election resources on the KELOLAND News Campaign 2012 page.
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