In the Moment Post-Election Coverage

Nov 7, 2018

Elected governor Kristi Noem
Credit Adria Botella

In the Moment brings you special post-election coverage with insight from SDPB's reporters, analysis from politial scientiests and the Dakota Political Junkies, and thoughts on lessons learned from state legislative and state party leaders.

SDPB's Lee Strubinger and Jackie Hendry recap Election Night in South Dakota.

Black Hills State University's Pam Carriveau discusses the statewide bollot questions and how South Dakotans spoke on citizen democracy.

State Representative Mark Mickelson talks about Initatied Measures 24 and 25 and the future of South Dakota technical school tuition.

Doug Kronaizl looks to the future after the defeat of Constitutional Amendment W.

Democrat Erin Healy talks about her campaign in District 14 as we discuss new lawmakers headed to Pierre next session.

Dakota Political Junkies Seth Tupper and Jon Hunter join us for analysis of the statewide election, including the significance of Governor-Elect Kristi Noem's historic win as South Dakota's first female governor.

John Miller, author and Professor Emeritus of History, SDSU looks at the impact of Justice Brett Kavanaugh on the national election.

Attorney General-Elect Jason Ravnsborg outlines his legislative priorities.

Ann Tornberg, Chair of the South Dakota Democratic Party, talks about the energy in the state party and what's next for South Dakota Democrats.

Dan Lederman, Chair of the South Dakota Republican Party, discusses the impact of effective social media in the statewide GOP campaign.

SDPB's Chynna Lockett recaps the elections for three of the sovereign nations that share South Dakota's borders.