Eyes on S. Dakota Race for Janklow's Seat

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In the South Dakota race to replace former Rep. Bill Janklow, who resigned over a fatal car accident, Democrats are hoping for a win that would make the state's delegation completely Democratic. Although South Dakota is reliably Republican, polls show 33-year-old Democrat Stephanie Herseth has a good chance of winning Tuesday's election. NPR's Andrea Seabrook reports.



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