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Join The Election Discussion On Social Media

November 5, 2012, 6:53 AM by Austin Hoffman

Join The Election Discussion On Social Media

Social media has become part of many people's everyday life. And with the 2012 election just more than 24 hours away, more people than ever before are expected to get their election coverage online.
You typically don't have to spend much time on a social media site to find a political posting and Twitter is no exception. It's where you get the latest coverage by following our KELOLAND News Twitter feed

Just send your tweet with the hash tag #kelolandvotes and let us know whether you've voted, how you think the election will go or anything election related.  This will be fed into special Twitter feeds on's Election Day coverage.

We will also have the latest election results as soon as they start coming in and we'll let you know what we're doing at local candidate headquarters.

You can also join the discussion on our KELOLAND Facebook page. We have polls already set up asking you about the election and what is drawing you to the polls.

You can become an educated voter for the 2012 election by going to the Campaign 2012 section of  That’s where you’ll find information about the presidential election, South Dakota races and where to vote.

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