I doubt anything this exciting will happen Tuesday in South Dakota, but probably only because the state Legislature no longer meets that day.
This comes from the South Dakota Historical Society Foundation:
All was not calm on Christmas Day 1862 in Yankton, Dakota Territory. According to Christmas on the American Frontier 1800-1900 by John E. Baur, a brawl broke out between a supporter of territorial legislator J.B.S Todd and a backer of territorial Governor William Jayne. Todd’s supporter threw in the towel, and Jayne’s defender broke the man’s thumb.