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.

Native Americans Find New Clout in S. Dakota

Native Americans Find New Clout in S. Dakota

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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.