SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO) — This story has been updated with additional committee info.

Pre-general election campaign finance reports are due to the South Dakota Secretary of State by 5:00 p.m. Monday, Oct. 24.

KELOLAND News is tracking the reports as they come in and will be updating stories as the day goes forward.


The committee supporting Libertarian candidate Tracey Quint has filed its report, showing a total of $901.73 in contributions and $855.52 in expenses. The committee began with a balance of $0 and has an ending balance of $46.21.

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The committee supporting Democrat Jamie Smith filed its report Monday afternoon, showing total contributions amounting to $954,624.76, and total expenditures of $809,909.74.

The committee had a beginning balance of $110,268.13, and has an ending balance of $254,983.15.

The report also notes $614.04 worth in donated goods or services.


Gov. Kristi Noem’s committee was the last of the gubernatorial candidate committees to file their report, a mere three minutes before the deadline.

The committee reports $3,118,900.79 in contributions compared to $4,713,540.41 in spending.

The committee began with a balance of $7,762,901.57, and ends with a balance of $6,168,261.95.

The committee also accepted $17,863.60 worth in donated goods and services.

This story will continue to be updates as committee reports are filed.