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    2015 Republican Results - Infrastructure
    Our final session wrap-up video features Sen. Rich Wardner, Sen. Jon Casper, and Rep. Roscoe Streyle discussing the historic investments made in infrastructure across the state to support economic growth now and into the future.
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    Nancy A WegenastThanks Roscoe for all you do.5 days ago

    Rodger Boeddekeryea right, you reps will sell down the road1   ·  5 days ago

    Sam KessonTangarae Leucuta look who it is!! Rosco6 days ago

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    2 weeks ago

    In our 4th wrap up video, Commissioner Julie Fedorchak and Senator Jessica Unruh outline new oversight programs for North Dakota's rail and pipeline industries to help ensure that we transport our commodities in the safest way possible. ... See MoreSee Less

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    Marjorie Netto SchroederI know that you are proud of Julie. She is going places. We need fresh honest people in our government.1   ·  2 weeks ago

    Bruce GanglThe RR does inspect their tracks ,it used to be once a day but now it is with in 6 hrs or less of every oil train loaded or empty. RR has the highest percentage of getting their product over the road without incident, that is way when something does happen the news media blows it out of proportion! The way to make the RR safer is to have more people aboard the train, RR'S want to get the crews down to one man crew, there used to be 5 man crews now it is a two man crew Engineer and a conductor working 12 hr any day of the week any time of the day with a 2 hour notice to be to work where ever they are, I work for Canadian Pacific RR we have no schedule days off , we can only lay off one day a month with out compensation so if I lay off sick in the first part of the month I'd better not get sick the second half of the month (without a doctor's note) for both days I was off or I go in for an investigation and will have to serve time off without pay. When I first started along trip from home was 24 hours now it is 40 plus hours away from home 12 14 hours at home then gone again, with no assigned days off ,it is hard to get in for doctors appointment, dental appointment ect ,5   ·  1 week ago

    Bruce GanglI could go on and on about the RR but I won't , I do believe it is a safe way to transport product but I think we need to keep two people on the trains for safety!!!! There is alot of things to be aware of for only one person to keep up with and to watch for4   ·  1 week ago

    Kathleen Coad O'BrienRailroad need to inspect their tracks....tired of all the BS.2 weeks ago

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    2 weeks ago

    Empowering Victims
    In our third session wrap-up video, Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem, Rep. Diane Larson, and Sen. Nicole Poolman talk about steps the Legislature took to combat human trafficking and provide more support for victims of sex crimes.
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    Jim HelphreyWhat gives? Trying to justify the session? Move on!1   ·  2 weeks ago

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    Brian QvammenWayne didn't fight very hard to keep the Fighting Sioux name????2 weeks ago

    Dan Sancho GerrietsWayne just needs not to get voted back in next election. Maybe things in this great state would advance with the times..2 weeks ago

    Myrt ArmstrongGood job Wayne@ sane nurses are so needed to get justice for victims. It is good, but the house took all the money out so Senate had to fight! For half of it. People should know that too. Thanks again Wayne, appreciate.1   ·  2 weeks ago

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    Upcoming events

    2015 Republican Round-Up

    Friday June 5th - 4:00pm

    Bismarck, North Dakota

    All events held at the Ramada Inn (formerly the Doublewood Inn), 1400 E. Interchange Avenue, Bismarck Round Up Tickets may be purchased by calling Lexi at (701) 330-7868 or sending an e-mail to lexi...

    Pig Roast At The Park

    Monday June 8th - 5:30pm

    Sertoma Park, Bismarck, Nd
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    Sponsored by the Bismarck-Mandan Republican Women and Bismarck Legislators 5:30 p.m. - Social 6:00 p.m. - Dinner Sertoma Park Community Center Adults $20, Childred $5 (pig feed) Silent auction, do...

    Adopt a Highway with the URC

    Thursday June 11th - 6:00pm

    Meet at the Flying J

    Important Update: Due to the recent rain, there is a bit more standing water in the ditches than usual. We've postponed the event until June 11. Meet others, have fun, and do something good for our c...

    District 36 Fun-O-Rama

    Sunday June 14th - 12:00am

    Dickinson, ND Map

    Join the District 36 Republicans at the Heart River Retreat (next to Turtle Park) for a Family Fun Day. Fried chicken, hot dogs, brats, salad, chips and lemonade will be served. Entertainment for th...

    House Republican Caucus Golf Tournament

    Monday June 15th - 12:00pm

    Apple Creek Country Club, Bismarck, North Dakota Map

    Shotgun start at Noon More information or to register contact Lisa at

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    We Can’t Let It Happen

    April 8, 2015

    Imagine what North Dakota would be like if Heidi Heitkamp was governor and our state was dominated by the left.  There’s no doubt that North Dakota would change dramatically. Instead of the successful policies of Schafer, Hoeven, Dalrymple and other Republicans, Heitkamp will import the same out-of-control bureaucratic and regulatory nightmare that she has supported…


    April Chairman’s Luncheon

    March 30, 2015

    Join us for the “Chairman’s Luncheon” on Tuesday, April 14, 2015 at 12:00 p.m. Noon at the Radisson Hotel in Bismarck. Senate Majority Leader Rich Wardner and House Majority Leader Al Carlson will join us and highlight issues and take your questions as the 2015 Session comes down to the wire. Register: Single / Couple / 3 People / 4 People Register…


    March Chairman’s Luncheon

    March 5, 2015

      Join us for the “Chairman’s Luncheon” on Tuesday, March 10, 2015 at 12:00 Noon at the Radisson Hotel in Bismarck. Senator Dwight Cook and Representative Craig Headland will discuss the prospects for tax relief in the 2015 Legislative Session.  Now past the midway point of the session, and with low oil prices still looming…


    Candidate Spotlight:

    Senator Dick Dever

    Dick Dever has represented District 32 in the North Dakota Senate since 2000. Dick is chairman of the Government and Veterans Affairs Committee and a member of the Human Services Committee. During the interim, he serves as chairman of the Employee Benefits Programs Committee and on the Human Services Committee. Dick is an alumnus of…

    Representative Lisa Meier

    Lisa Meier has represented District 32 in the North Dakota House of Representatives since 2000. Lisa is a member of the Education and Political Subdivision committees and serves on the interim Education Funding and Government Finance committees. Lisa is a graduate of BSC and is in sales and interior design.

    Senator Judy Lee

    Judy Lee was born in California, grew up near Grafton, ND, and graduated from UND with a bachelor’s degree in medical technology. After she and Duane Lee were married, they lived in Wahpeton, ND, for 10 years where she worked in the local hospital and clinics. After her family’s move to West Fargo, Judy began…

    Christopher Olson

    Hi, I’m Christopher Olson – and thank you for taking time to consider my candidacy to be your representative in the North Dakota legislature. I am fourth-generation North Dakotan, and grew up in District 13, West Fargo. My wife Lisa and I have been married for over 13 years, and have just been blessed with…