Attorney General of South Dakota

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The Attorney General of South Dakota is an elected office that assists local law enforcement agencies in the state of South Dakota, provides legal representation for state agencies, and enforces consumer protection laws. The current attorney general is Marty Jackley.

List of attorneys general[edit]

Parties

  Democratic (3)   Republican (27)

# Lt. Governor Term Party
1 Robert Dollard 1889–1893 Republican
2 Coe I. Crawford 1893–1897 Republican
3 Melvin Grigsby 1897–1899 Republican
4 John L. Pyle 1899–1902 Republican
5 A. W. Burtt 1902–1903 Republican
6 Philo Hall 1903–1907 Republican
7 S. W. Clark 1907–1911 Republican
8 Royal C. Johnson 1911–1915 Republican
9 Clarence C. Caldwell 1915–1919 Republican
10 Byron S. Payne 1919–1923 Republican
11 Buell F. Jones 1923–1929 Republican
12 Merrell Q. Sharpe 1929–1933 Republican
13 Walter Conway 1933–1937 Republican
14 Clair Roddewig 1937–1939 Democratic
15 Leo A. Temmey 1939–1943 Republican
16 George Theodore Mickelson 1943–1947 Republican
17 Sigurd Anderson 1947–1951 Republican
18 Ralph A. Dunham 1951–1955 Republican
19 Phil Saunders 1955–1959 Republican
20 Parnell J. Donahue 1959–1961 Democratic
21 A. C. Miller 1961–1963 Republican
22 Frank Farrar 1963–1969 Republican
23 Gordon J. Mydland 1969–1973 Republican
24 Kermit A. Sande 1973–1975 Democratic
25 Bill Janklow 1975–1979 Republican
26 Mark V. Meierhenry 1979–1987 Republican
27 Roger Tellinghuisen 1987–1991 Republican
28 Mark Barnett 1991–2003 Republican
29 Larry Long 2003–2009 Republican
30 Marty Jackley 2009–present Republican

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