Rounds wins Republican candidate spot for U.S. Senate in South Dakota

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SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KCAU) – Sen. Mike Rounds has won as the Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate of South Dakota.

Rounds, the incumbent, was running against Scyller Borglum.

With 89% of the votes reported, Rounds was declared the winner with 58,971 votes. Borglum had 20,008 votes.

Rounds will run unopposed in November as there is no Democrat running for the seat.

For all of the results of the South Dakota Primary Election, click here.

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