Seth Tupper

Seth Tupper (Rapid City Journal) and Dana Ferguson (Argus Leader Media) join Dakota Midday host Lori Walsh to discuss the top political headlines in the state. This week we discuss recent polling data, the logic behind the ban on ballot selfies, and the resonance of Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson as he campaigns in South Dakota.

Seth Tupper (Rapid City Journal enterprise reporter) and Dana Ferguson (Sioux Falls Argus Leader watchdog state government and political reporter) join Dakota Midday host Lori Walsh to discuss the politics of Black Elk Peak, the competitiveness of statehouse elections, and more.

Denise Ross from the Black Hills Knowledge Network and Seth Tupper from the Rapid City Journal lend their voices to the weekly Midday segment Dakota Political Junkies. Some topics of discussion include the memorable face palm from one South Dakotan, the GOP's platform, figures missing at the GOP national convention, and agriculture's role in the race for the U.S. House of Representatives between Kristi Noem and Paula Hawks.

  The Dakota Political Junkies are a rotating panel of the most experienced and insightful political reporters and editors in the state. Seth Tupper looks at the town of Cottonwood (population: 12) as it survives a dissolution vote.

Dakota Midday: Dakota Political Junkies On Sanders

May 11, 2016

South Dakotans are about to feel the Bern. Bernie Sanders is heading to the state to continue his pursuit of the Democratic presidential nomination. The Dakota Political Junkies talk about Sanders, superdelegates, Jay Williams, and the TMZ ambush of Senator John Thune.

The Dakota Political Junkies are a panel comprised of top political reporters in the state. This week we are joined by Denise Ross (editor with the Black Hills Knowledge Network and South Dakota Dashboard) and Seth Tupper (enterprise reporter for the Rapid City Journal).

Dakota Political Junkies Seth Tupper and Denise Ross join us for a rundown of the state’s political stories of the week. This week we focus on the presidential race through the lens of South Dakota politics. From the potential candidate visits to the state, to how George McGovern might cast his vote, the Junkies offer intelligent insight into the topics of the week.

Seth Tupper is a Rapid City Journal enterprise reporter. Denise Ross is an editor at Black Hills Knowledge Network / South Dakota Dashboard.

Kevin Woster, KELO-TV Rapid City Bureau, and Seth Tupper, Rapid City Journal enterprise reporter, join Lori Walsh at SDPB Radio’s Dahl Arts Center studio in Rapid City to discuss this week’s political news in South Dakota. From how a contested Republican convention could benefit John Thune to the recently announced grant for mental health initiatives in the state, Tupper and Woster provide insight into the political topics of the week.

Dakota Political Junkies

Oct 23, 2013
Argus Leader

Today's Dakota Political Junkies are KELO-TV Rapid City bureau reporter Kevin Woster and Mitchell Daily Republic editor Seth Tupper. Topics include the end of the partial government shutdown, former state Representative Lora Hubbel’s announcement that she’s running for Governor and retired Army officer and Iraq veteran Corinna Robinson’s plans to challenge Representative Kristi Noem in the 2014 election.  

  

  

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