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Adria Botella

In The Moment ... September 4, 2018 Show 414 Hour 2

South Dakota Public Broadcasting introduces you to the candidates of the 2018 election.

We've welcomed Democratic candidate Tim Bjorkman, Republican candidate Dusty Johnson, and Libertarian candidate George Hendrickson.

Today Independent candidate Ron Wieczorek joined In The Moment for a live conversation.

Adria Botella

In The Moment ... August 21, 2018 Show 405 Hour 2

South Dakota Public Broadcasting introduces you to the candidates of the 2018 election.

We've invited each candidate to join us for live interviews on In the Moment between now and November.

Today we welcome Peter Klebanoff. He is a registered Democrat but is on the ballot as an Independent out of District 25 and is running for State Senator. 

Lee Strubinger

In The Moment ... August 13, 2018 Show 399 Hour 1

South Dakota Public Broadcasting introduces you to the candidates of the 2018 election.

We've invited each candidate to join us for live interviews on In the Moment between now and November.

Today we welcome Nick Reid. He is an Independent candidate for the South Dakota State House of Representatives in District 33.  

In The Moment ... July 5, 2018 Show 372 Hour 1

South Dakota Public Broadcasting introduces you to the candidates of the 2018 election.

We've invited each candidate to join us for live interviews on In the Moment between now and November.

Today we welcome Cory Ann Ellis. She is an Independent out of District 7 and is running for state representative.

Effort Started To Put Two SD Senate Bills On Ballot

Mar 30, 2015
Kealey Bultena

Two bills passed by the legislature this session could see a challenge from voters in 2016 if the efforts to put them on the statewide ballot succeed.

Opponents to Senate Bills 69 and 177 submitted their intent to circulate petitions to the Secretary of State.
 
SDPB’s Charles Michael Ray reports that the issues deal with the minimum wage for teenagers and independent candidates who want to run for office.

Mike Myers for Governor

Mike Myers taught health care law and health care administration at the University of South Dakota for 23 years. He also hosted the “Elder Law Forum” radio show for more than a decade and provided free advice to senior citizens. He was CEO of Mayo-St. Mary’s Hospital in Rochester, Minnesota, and an executive at other hospitals.