SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — Obama or Romney.
That's the key decision for most voters in South Dakota and elsewhere who are voting in the presidential election on Tuesday.
But fed up with what he calls two "evil" candidates, Sioux Falls resident Russell Olson opted for a third-party candidate.
Olson voted for Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson on Tuesday morning when he cast his ballot at the Minnehaha County Administration building.
The 48-year-old Olson owns a local brewery called Steins and Vines. He says he's not Libertarian but felt forced to vote for Johnson.
He says, "There's nobody to vote for. I'd have voted for Mickey Mouse."