Dan Lederman


In The Moment ... July 23, 2019 Show 621 Hour 1

The South Dakota Republican Party has several programs that bring teens, college students, and women into the party as possible future GOP leaders.

South Dakota GOP Chairman Dan Lederman discusses the pipeline the Republican Party has in place for developing new leadership.

South Dakota Republican Chair Looks To 2020

Apr 17, 2019

In The Moment ... April 17, 2019 Show 558 Hour 1

Republican leadership will stay the same at the top as the South Dakota GOP looks to the 2020 legislative session and a big election year.

Dan Lederman continues at the helm. He discusses the recently ended session and 2020.

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.

The State Senate Judiciary Committee passed a bill to protect South Dakotans Freedom of Speech. The legislation protects citizens against libel judgments from some foreign countries. State Senator Dan Lederman says this is a way South Dakota can ensure writers of their rights when dealing with foreign publications.   "If you get a judgment against you for writing something and it’s in a foreign court and that judgment comes here.

State Senator Supports Captive Insurance In SD

Jan 27, 2013

A state senator says 2013 Legislative Session bills are now coming in fast, and some of them open doors for big business. Dan Lederman says one bill positions South Dakota to get in on the captive insurance industry, and another removes a requirement that keeps South Dakota’s ethanol out of certain foreign markets.
Lederman acknowledges that the topic of insurance is not universally scintillating. But he’s excited about House Bill 1061, which allows captive insurance companies to expand. That bill has passed through the House and is heading for the Senate.