Native Americans Find New Clout in S. Dakota

The tight race for a U.S. Senate seat from South Dakota — won by Sen. Tim Johnson, the Democratic incumbent — shows the growing power of Native American voters on both parties. Brian Bull of South Dakota Public Radio reports.



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