There’s one week left to register to vote in South Dakota’s Nov. 6 general election.
The latest numbers reported as of Monday morning to the Secretary of State show three interesting trends.
Republicans gained nearly 3,000 registered voters since the 2016 general election. Republicans are now at 255,015.
Democrats lost more than 13,000. Democrats are now at 157,580.
Independent and no-party affiliation voters climbed more than 6,000. They are now at 125,189.
The Constitution, Libertarian and other parties have gained a little. There are more than 3,100.
Since the June 5 primaries, Republicans are up more than 6,000, Democrats are up more than 1,200 and the independent and no-party registrations are up more than 3,600.