Polls open for state and local elections on Tuesday, April 10 Voters in South Dakota will head to the polls April 10, not only to cast ballots for local elections, but also for a special constitutional amendment election.
In Clay County election polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Polling places in each precinct of this county are:
* Glenwood/Riverside Township � SE South Dakota Experiment Farm, 29970 University Road.
* Star/Bethel Townships � McMahon Center, Wakonda.
* Pleasant Valley/Garfield Townships � Dalesburg Lutheran Church, 30595 University Road.
* Prairie Center/Spirit Mound Townships � 4-H Center/Fairgrounds, 515 High St., Vermillion.
* Meckling/Norway Townships � 4-H Center/Fairgrounds, 515 High St., Vermillion.
* Vermillion/Fairview Townships � 4-H Center/Fairgrounds, 515 High St., Vermillion.
* Irene Town � Community Center, Irene.
* Wakonda Town McMahon Center, Wakonda
* Vermillion City, all precincts � National Guard Armory, Princeton St.,Vermillion.
Vermillion voters in the Central and Southeast wards will also be voting for aldermen positions on the city council.
On the ballot for a two-year term in the Central Ward are Drake Olson and Carol Sanderson. David Lias was also running for the position, but withdrew after the ballots were printed. He is no longer a candidate.
For the Southeast Ward, Creighton A. Thurman and Dennis A. Zimmerman are running for the two-year council term.
Joe Grause, alderman for the Northwest Ward, was unopposed for a two-year term. No petition was filed for the alderman in the Northeast Ward for a two-year term, so Kevin Annis will continue to serve for one year.