Lori Walsh

In The Moment ... May 17, 2018 Show 339 Hour 1

This season's campaign ads offer sweeping landscapes of South Dakota, flannel-clad candidates, family dinners with a fiscal lesson, close-ups of cow manure, and ... don't forget ... endorsements.

SDPB's Kevin Woster has seen them all, and he has something to say about it. Find his blog here, On the Other Hand

Two candidates for South Dakota’s open U.S. Senate seat aren’t happy with big business contributions to political campaigns. Republican candidate Stace Nelson and Democrat Rick Weiland held a joint press conference Monday. Weiland says although he doesn’t share the same political ideologies with Nelson, they both disagree Republican Mike Rounds should focus on out-of-state money.

Dakota Political Junkies

Dec 12, 2012

Denise Ross of the Mitchell Daily Republic and David Montgomery of the Sioux Falls Argus Leader talked about charges against Daniel Willard for robocalls that broke state election law, Senator John Thune's possible ascension as the ranking Republican on the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee, Senator Tim Johnson's plans for 2014 and the 2013 legislative session in Pierre.

Campaign Review

Nov 6, 2012

Chad Newswander, Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of South Dakota, reviews the campaigns of President  Barack Obama and Mitt Romney leading up to election day.  He talks about the mistakes and smart political moves by both candidates.