Every Vote Counts
Wakonda, a town of about 400 in South Dakota, is one of Clay County's smallest polling places. Voters drive in from as far away as Irene, S.D., to cast their ballot. Two students of the American Indian Journalism Institute talked to a few voters in Wakonda on June 3, primary election day in South Dakota.
[EDITOR'S NOTE: This audio slideshow was a class assignment at the American Indian Journalism Institute and was originally published on AIJI: Freedom Forum Diversity Institute.]