MINOT, N.D. — Since he was appointed earlier this year to replace Wayne Stenehjem, who passed away, Attorney General Drew Wrigley has been a busy man.
His office is handling the investigation of officer-involved shootings. He’s been tasked with certifying North Dakota’s abortion ban which was triggered by the U.S. Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade. He’s been dealing with controversy stemming from a major budget overrun in a construction project initiated by his predecessor that, in turn, has turned into a scandal over deleted email accounts .
Amid all that, Wrigley also has to run for election to a full term of his own in that office, something he was in the process of doing before Stenehjem died.
Meanwhile, what has his Democratic opponent, Timothy Lamb, a Grand Forks-based attorney, been doing?
Chatting up a bikini model on Facebook.