SDPB Radio Election Coverage
Governor Dennis Daugaard is appointing former state Representative David Lust of Rapid City to fill the seat of a state lawmaker who passed away last month.The late...
Retired businessman Joe Kirby joins Dakota Midday as part of SDPB's continued 2016 Election coverage. Kirby discusses his support of Amendment V, an effort to...
Two out of ten ballot measures up for vote in South Dakota deal with interest rates. Constitutional Amendment U establishes an 18 percent cap on interest rates in the...
The 2016 Ballot Questions are more than ballot clutter; they are compelling social and political conversations that give voters a voice on a variety of issues. SDPB's...
Two out of ten ballot measures up for vote in South Dakota deal with interest rates. Initiated Measure 21 caps interest rates at 36 percent. Opponents of the measure...
Spotlight On The Debates
Our team of in-house experts analyzed, fact checked and added context to the candidates’ statements as the debate happened.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump faced off for the first debate at Hofstra University.
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The Latest Reporting on the Issues
NPR | Donald Trump raised $90 million in August. But it's no match for Hillary Clinton, who raised $143 million in August, her campaign reported.
WASHINGTON WEEK | Where do Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton currently stand on issues such as police brutality and mass incarceration?
MARKETPLACE | Presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton didn’t hold back during their first official faceoff Monday night.
NPR | For nearly as long as she's been in the public eye, Hillary Clinton has counted the well-being of children among her defining causes.
MARKETPLACE | Implementing a mass deportation of undocumented workers would reduce cumulative GDP over 10 years by $4.7 trillion.
PBS NEWSHOUR | A new study finds that Donald Trump would cause about 20 million to lose coverage, but Hillary Clinton would provide coverage for an additional 9 million.
NPR | The lawsuits have targeted about a dozen counties so far in Texas, Florida, North Carolina and Mississippi. And even some cities, such as Philadelphia and Alexandria, Va.