No charges over Democratic feeds on South Dakota reservations
Brendan Johnson, the U.S. Attorney for South Dakota, said he won't bring charges in connection with Democratic "feeds" on three reservations.

Republicans accused Democrats of trading food for votes. But neither Johnson nor state attorney general Marty Jackley, who also investigated, said charges were warranted.

Democrats held rallies on the Pine Ridge Reservation, the Lower Brule Sioux Reservation and the Crow Creek Sioux Reservation to encourage tribal members to vote.

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No U.S. attorney charges in food-for-votes case (The Rapid City Journal 12/14)