We're more than a year away from the election, but a new poll shows how the race for U.S. Senate in South Dakota is shaping up between two candidates.
Harper Polling asked more than 500 likely voters who they were most likely to vote for in the senate race.
52% said they were likely to vote for Republican Candidate Mike Rounds. 38% said they were likely to vote for Democrat Rick Weiland. The Harper Poll says the seat is rated one of the two most likely to flip control in the 2014 mid-term election.