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Maybe We Shouldn't Wait Until Election Day To Tell People To Get Involved?

Maybe We Shouldn't Wait Until Election Day To Tell People To Get Involved?

Today’s election day for the North Dakota primary ballot. None of the candidates for statewide office are facing primary challenges, but there is one statewide measure to be settled (pushing the due date for ballot measures out to 120 days before the election from 90 days) and numerous local races. So the message we’re getting

Duane Sand Still Raising Funds For His 2012 Primary Campaign, Runs Afoul Of FEC

Duane Sand is the Republican politician who seems to be running for one federal office or another every single election cycle. He ran for the Senate in 2000, for the House in 2004 and 2008, and the Senate again in 2012. In that last cycle, Sand skipped the NDGOP’s endorsement convention and ran against fellow

Legislature Gets Another Bill To Toughen Petitioning Laws

Earlier this week I posted an interview with Rep. Keith Kepenich who has introduced a resolution to amend the state constitution adding a requirement that a constitutional measure put on the state ballot get signatures from at least half of the state’s counties in addition to the total number of signatures equaling 4% of the

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