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    9 hours ago

    Tomorrow: Tues Sept 23 - Town Hall Discussion & Meet & Greet Join Congressman Cramer and District 31 candidates Karen Rohr, Don Schaible and Jim Schmidt for a Town Hall Discussion & Meet & Greet Fundraiser - It's a great chance to visit with candidates, learn about their positions on the issues and talk about their priorities! Town Hall Discussion Tuesday September 23 at 3:30 p.m. Central Time Highway 21 Steakhouse and Cafe ("My Place") 111 College Street, Flasher, ND Refreshments Will Be Provided Open House Fundraiser Tuesday Sept 23 at 5:30 p.m. Mountain Time Home of Don & Carmel Schaible 9115 Highway 21, Mott, ND Other GOP Candidates Invited Meal & Refreshments Provided Suggested Minimum Contribution: $31 ... See MoreSee Less

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    Ron SchalowSorry; but I can't make it to Mott... Congressman Cramer and District 31 candidates Karen Rohr, Don Schaible and Jim Schmidt: As a North Dakota citizen, I would like to know where you stand on a major public safety issue; the dozens of explosive Bakken oil trains running through many ND towns and cities. The citizens deserve to know where their political leaders, and potential leaders, stand on issues, big and small. Question 1: Where do you stand on the issue of requiring Bakken oil producers to "stabilize" the crude before shipping the product by rail? Producers are currently using a process called "conditioning." There have been six massive explosions involving Bakken oil trains. The first was in 2008. There have been five more incidents since July 2013, including Lac-Megantic, where 47 people were killed, and the town was decimated. "Stabilization" is a process that removes the explosive "natural gas liquids" (NGL's) from the mixture that is pumped from the ground; leaving only the crude oil to be shipped in the 100 tanker car unit trains. John Auers of Turner Mason & Company, the energy consulting firm that wrote “The North Dakota Petroleum Council Study on Bakken Crude Properties” told a Congressional Committee, “If I threw a match into Bakken crude oil it would not ignite it." Question 2: The North Dakota Industrial Commission has complete authority to mandate "stabilization." Will you publicly advise them to require Stabilization? Ron Schalow Fargo, North Dakota1   ·  9 hours ago

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    12 hours ago

    Brian Kalk PSC Meet & Greet Fund Raiser - Tonight! Stop by "Rookies Sports Bar & Grill" (formerly O'Leary's) in West Fargo anytime between 5:30 & 7 for a visit! Meet Brian - the man who is truly working for you! ... See MoreSee Less

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    North Dakota Republican Party shared Wayne Stenehjem, Attorney General (Official)'s photo. ... See MoreSee Less

    Signs are ready to go!! Please let us know if you are willing to have a sign in your yard. We can deliver (in ND) or you can pick up at GOP Headquarters at 1029 N 5th if you are in Bismarck. Signs wil...

    Upcoming events

    Biannual Grand Forks Republican Pie Auction and Chili Supper

    Tuesday September 23rd - 6:00pm

    Grand Forks Republicans
    1726 South Washington Street
    Grand Forks, ND  58201 Map

    Please joing the Grand Forks United Republican Committee for their Biannual Pie Auction and Chili Supper! The event will include a variety of pies up for auction and homemade chili! Bring your family...

    District 27 Shoot-Out!

    Thursday September 25th - 5:30pm

    Red River Regional Marksmanship Center
    640 16th Ave NE
    West Fargo, ND  58078 Map

    Come join the District 27 GOP team at the Red River Regional Marksmanship Center on September 25th for a fun night filled with food and the exercising of your 2nd amendment rights! Attorney General...

    Victory Rally with Senator Rubio

    Tuesday October 14th - 5:00pm

    2043 Rose Creek Blvd, Fargo, ND

    Hosted by: Senator John and Mikey Hoeven Governor Jack and Betsy Dalrymple Congressman Kevin and Kris Cramer Chairman Robert and Cherie Harms At the home of Drs. Ahmed & Kay Abdullah 2043 Rose Creek...

    North Dakota General Election

    Tuesday November 4th - 12:00am

    North Dakota Republican Party
    Bismarck, ND   Map

    Be sure to get out and vote for your Republican candidates this November

    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

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    NDGOP Seeks Regional Political Directors in Bismarck, Minot

    September 12, 2014

    The North Dakota Republican Party (NDGOP) currently has openings for the position of Regional Political Director in our Bismarck and Minot, North Dakota offices. Regional Field Directors will be responsible for implementing the NDGOP’s Voter ID and “Get Out the Vote” programs in their designated regions of the state. Regional Field Directors will recruit, organize and…

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    Sinner Hurts Credibility with Hypocritical Attacks

    July 23, 2014

    For Immediate Release July 23, 2014 Contact: Jason Flohrs (jason@ndgop.org) Sinner Hurts Credibility with Hypocritical Attacks George Sinner hurt his credibility with North Dakota voters this week, as the truth about his own voting and attendance record has been brought to light. After criticizing Republican Congressman Kevin Cramer over missing votes in Washington while on…

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    District 11 Republican Watermelon Feed

    July 17, 2014

    Join your family, friends, and neighbors for some summer fun at our District 11 Republican Watermelon Feed! Join us in welcoming special guests, ND Public Service Commissioners, Brian Kalk and Julie Fedorchak. Get updates and learn how you can get more involved in all the exciting events and opportunities happening in our district! We hope…

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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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