Vote Now! The Picture South Dakota Photo Contest

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The time to submit photos has now officially ended, but your participation has just begun. Help us decide what photos are the best by voting in both the People's Choice contest and in the newly created Youth Division People's Choice contest. You'll have until Monday Oct. 12 at 11:59 pm CT to vote for your favorite photos.

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