SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — While Republican Gov. Dennis Daugaard wasn’t up for re-election this year, a series of ballot measures amounted to a performance review, and voters didn’t give him as high of marks as he might have hoped.
Three of the seven ballot measures dealt with legislation and a constitutional amendment that Daugaard put forward. A fourth proposal to raise the state sales tax to provide more money for schools and health care came in response to his budget cuts.
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