While the polls are doing brisk business Tuesday in Sioux Falls, overall South Dakota doesn't fare well in how it runs elections.
The Pew Charitable Trust evaluated election performance in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. South Dakota ranks 29th.
The Rushmore State got dinged for absentee ballot and registration problems. Those include voters not changing their addresses or thinking they're registered but are not.
South Dakota could take a lesson from its neighbors.
North Dakota and Minnesota top the list. Iowa and Nebraska are in the top 15.