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Conservationists Dismiss Complaints From Anti-Measure 5 People In Their Ads

Conservationists Dismiss Complaints From Anti-Measure 5 People In Their Ads

Yesterday while guest hosting the Jay Thomas Show on WDAY AM970 in Fargo I interviewed Sara Otte Coleman from the North Dakota Tourism Department about those Measure 5 ads featuring people who don’t support Measure 5. I had some questions about how footage shot for a tourism ad for the state ended up in a

Men In Television Ads Say They Were Exploited By Measure 5 Supporters

Yesterday I wrote a post about a gentleman from Devils Lake named Clint Devier. Clint is an avid outdoorsman and had participated in an ad campaign for the North Dakota Tourism Department promoting North Dakota. Unfortunately, video of him was used by the North Dakotans for Clean Water, Wildlife and Parks to promote Measure 5

Whoops: Guy In Pro-Measure 5 Ad Doesn't Actually Support Measure 5

Post by North Dakotans for Clean Water, Wildlife & Parks. You’ve probably seen the television ad above recently. It’s being run by the North Dakotans for Clean Water, Wildlife, and Parks, the group formed to support Measure 5. The ad shows a number of outdoors sports enthusiasts expressing their support for the measure. Only, not

SAB/VNL Poll: Majority Opposes Measure 5, Plurality Opposes Measure 1

The two hottest measures on the statewide ballot this cycle are, without a doubt, Measures 1 and 5. Measure 1 would add this statement to the state constitution: “The inalienable right to life of every human being at any stage of development must be recognized and protected.” Supporters say it will protect North Dakota’s existing

Whoops: Pro-Measure 5 Activists Use Fake Mandan Teacher In Ad

Recently the group supporting Measure 5 held a press conference calling on opponents of the measure to “stop the lies.” That’s pretty rich given how often they have trouble telling the truth. For instance, there was that time they got caught using pictures of South Dakota to promote Measure 5 in North Dakota. There’s that

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