Sen. Cramer Says Measure 2 Will Bring ‘Transparency and Organized Debate’ to Ballot Measures

U.S. Senator Kevin Cramer (R-ND) speaks in a video support Measure 2 on North Dakota's November 2020 general election ballot (Screenshot via YouTube)

MINOT, N.D. — The campaign promoting Measure 2 on North Dakota’s general election ballot got a shot in the arm today from one of the state’s top elected officials.

Sen. Kevin Cramer, who is not on the ballot this cycle, recorded a video message touting the measure. “The problem is there are just too many out of state special interest groups with radical ideas about how we should spend our own money and govern ourselves,” Cramer says in the video. Deriding these groups who spend “hundreds of thousands of dollars” paying people to collect signatures, he said Measure 2 will bring “transparency and organized debate to their persistent, crazy attempts to amend our constitution.”

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