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    7 days ago

    What a crowd in Jamestown tonight! Thx to everyone who came out in support of @SenJohnHoeven & our NDGOP officials! ow.ly/i/8JaR8 ... See MoreSee Less

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    Joe ChyleSenator Hoeven is a sheeple of the teabaggerz. In the spring of 2014, 41 Senators successfully blocked a veterans aid bill with a filibuster. Every major veterans organization urged Congress to pass this important Veterans Aid bill. but it didn't pass because of these 41 Senators, every single one of them a republican, including our own John Hoeven. Republicans said "the Democratic bill would have harmed veterans' services by flooding them with too many people". They said that it would "swamp an already overburdened system". Those "too many people" aren't coming out of thin air. They put their lives on the line for us and we need to keep our end of the deal. This bill was supposed to unburden the system by getting more resources to the Veterans where needed, so the veterans services wouldn’t be so overburdened. It doesn't take a very intelligent person to understand that. Republicans have no problem giving tax breaks to billionaires and protecting loopholes that allow many billionaires and corporations to pay no taxes at all, but when it comes to our veterans, they just can't see where we can afford it. The teabaggerz are just hypocritical lunatics who have no conscience. Their idea of governing is simply opposing anything President Obama is for. And John Hoeven stands in their midst.1   ·  1 day ago

    Joe ChyleJohn Hoeven is a member of the most obstructive, do-nothing congress in American history.1 day ago

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    2 weeks ago

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    I want to thank the House for passing the Senate version of this bill so that we can send it directly to the president rather than to conference committee. The Keystone XL pipeline project is about en...

    Upcoming events

    2015 Lincoln Day Dinner

    Monday March 2nd - 6:00pm

    Grand Hotel
    1505 N Broadway
    Minot, ND  58703 Map

    Guest Speaker: Ron Ness, ND Petroleum Council.

    Lincoln Day Dinner

    Saturday April 18th - 6:00pm

    Dickinson, North Dakota 58601

    Guest Speaker: Lieutenant Governor Drew Wrigley. More details to come.

    House Caucus Golf Tournament

    Monday June 15th - 12:00am

    Apple Creek Country Club, Bismarck, North Dakota Map

    June 15, 2015 at Apple Creek County Club More information TBA

    Governor's Cup Golf Tournament

    Monday June 22nd - 11:00am

    North Dakota Republican Party
    Bismarck, ND   Map

    Monday, June 22nd at Apple Creek Golf Club 11:00am Lunch and Registration Shotgun Start at noon $200/Player $800/Team of four $125 Lunch sponsor $250 Dinner Sponsor $1,000 Hole Sponsor (includes 1 g...

    Senate Caucus Golf Tournament

    Thursday July 30th - 12:00am

    Prairie West Golf Course
    Mandan, ND  58554 Map

    July 30th, 2015 More details TBA

    The latest news

    5 Things to Watch – Week of February 9

    February 9, 2015

      Tomorrow, the NDGOP Chairman’s Luncheon welcomes Ron Ness, President of the North Dakota Petroleum Council, for a discussion on the state’s oil industry. Mr. Ness will focus on a variety of policy proposals in the Legislature, and the impact of oil markets on jobs and state finances. As oil markets remain volatile, the state…

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    February Chairman’s Luncheon

    February 4, 2015

    Join us for the Chairman’s Luncheon on Tuesday, February 10, 2015 at 12:00 Noon at the Radisson Hotel in Bismarck. Ron Ness, President of the North Dakota Petroleum Council, will join us to discuss the state of North Dakota’s oil industry, focusing on policy proposals at the Legislature, and the impact of oil markets on jobs…

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    North Dakota Legislative Majority Leadership Releases Revised Revenue Forecasts

    January 29, 2015

    Republican Majority Leaders in the North Dakota Senate and House released revised revenue forecasts for the remainder of the 2013-2015 and the 2015-2017 bienniums today. Leadership has been working extensively with representatives from the North Dakota Tax Department, Department of Mineral Resources, Legislative Council, the oil and gas industry and the Governor’s office to update…

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    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…

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