S. Dakota Senate Race is Tight NPR's Mara Liasson reports on the South Dakota Senate race between incumbent Democrat Tim Johnson and the state's only member of the House, Republican John Thune. Competition is fierce as the latest polls show the two candidates in the final stretch -- battling it out for 10 thousand undecided voters with debates and an onslaught of television ads.
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S. Dakota Senate Race is Tight

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S. Dakota Senate Race is Tight

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S. Dakota Senate Race is Tight

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NPR's Mara Liasson reports on the South Dakota Senate race between incumbent Democrat Tim Johnson and the state's only member of the House, Republican John Thune. Competition is fierce as the latest polls show the two candidates in the final stretch — battling it out for 10 thousand undecided voters with debates and an onslaught of television ads.