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    North Dakota Republican Party added an event.

    District 25 will hold their Re-Org Meeting on Saturday, April 22nd at the Pizza Ranch in Wahpeton.

    A Social Hour with Legislators will begin at noon, followed by the meeting at 1 pm.

    For more information, contact Daniel Rugroden at 701-588-4316.
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    D25 Re-Org Meeting

    Apr 22, 12:00pm

    Pizza Ranch

    District 25 will hold their Re-Org Meeting on Saturday, April 22nd at the Pizza Ranch in Wahpeton. A Social Hour with Legislators will begin at noon, followed by the meeting at 1 pm. For more information, contact Daniel Rugroden at 701-588-4316.

    D25 Re-Org Meeting

    4 days ago

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    Great moments with Governor Doug Burgum at the Capitol today. #create #innovate

    4 days ago

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    Jon KorHi, I have some concerns about the following bill, (North Dakota lawmakers mull so-called anti-Sharia law bill) bismarcktribune.com/news/state-and-regional/north-dakota-lawmakers-mull-so-called-anti-sharia-law... it's complicated because no one to discriminate against someone... But I know what Sharia is no matter how you look at it, it always comes back to Sharia law the worshiping of a false God the Prophet of Allah. Islam: (Means): The religion of the Muslims, a monotheistic faith regarded as revealed through Muhammad as the Prophet of Allah. Like I said this might seem complicated to most people because no on wants to discriminate right. But Islam is not a religion, it's an ideology, the ideology of a retarded culture supporting Sharia Law. Those who support Islam believe it gives them the right to take slaves and treat women like dirt. If Islam passes it will soon bring Sharia law along with it - www.billionbibles.org/sharia/sharia-law.html Minnesota is having problems with ISIS/ Terrorists and the raising of ISIS flags and these terrorists support and favor Sharia law... Again if Islam passes here in ND it mostly like bring these terrorists here... Islam is a complicated issue and I think the passing of the (North Dakota lawmakers mull so-called anti-Sharia bill) should be put aside for now until ISIS is defeated! So you know an issue like this is already causing a lot of problems in California - creepingsharia.wordpress.com/2016/10/05/california-passes-sharia-like-bill and that's just tip of the iceberg.... My research has shown me that Islam always brings me back to Sharia law - www.billionbibles.org/sharia/sharia-law.html the worshiping of Allah also known as the devils work. You can research Allah online yourself through Google and speak with Muslims to if you want. Muslims who've converted over to Christian faith and they'll share with you what Allah is all about and why they fled the Middle east. Muslims who've converted came to the United States to get away from Islam. Please make the right choice in not passing this at, this time. I can be reached at 701-204-8551 from Bismarck... Thank you, Jon Scholl

    3 days ago
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    North Dakota Republican Party added 2 new photos.

    Great moments with Governor Doug Burgum at the Capitol today. #create #innovate
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    4 days ago

    Great moments with Governor Doug Burgum at the Capitol today. #create #innovate

    North Dakota Republican Party added an event.

    D22 will be holding a dinner to honor Governor Jack Dalrymple and Speaker Wes Belter for their years of leadership and public service to the state of North Dakota.

    Social begins at 5:30, with dinner and a program to follow.

    Cost is $50 per person .
    Please RSVP to Pete Silbernagel at psilbernagel@far.midco.net or (701)347-5490.

    All are welcome but rsvp's are required so the planning committee can make final decisions.
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    D22 Dinner to Honor Governor Dalrymple and Speaker Belter

    Apr 2, 5:30pm

    Ramada Plaza Fargo Hotel & Conf Center

    D22 will be holding a dinner to honor Governor Jack Dalrymple and Speaker Wes Belter for their years of leadership and public service to the state of North Dakota. Social begins at 5:30, with dinner and a program to follow. Cost is $50 per person . Please RSVP to Pete Silbernagel at psilbernagel@far.midco.net or (701)347-5490. All are welcome but rsvp's are required so the planning committee can make final decisions.

    D22 Dinner to Honor Governor Dalrymple and Speaker Belter

    6 days ago

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    Jon KorI have some concerns about the following bill, (North Dakota lawmakers mull so-called anti-Sharia law bill) bismarcktribune.com/news/state-and-regional/north-dakota-lawmakers-mull-so-called-anti-sharia-law... it's complicated because no one to discriminate against someone... But I know what Sharia is no matter how you look at it, it always comes back to Sharia law the worshiping of a false God the Prophet of Allah. Islam: (Means): The religion of the Muslims, a monotheistic faith regarded as revealed through Muhammad as the Prophet of Allah. Like I said this might seem complicated to most people because no on wants to discriminate right. But Islam is not a religion, it's an ideology, the ideology of a retarded culture supporting Sharia Law. Those who support Islam believe it gives them the right to take slaves and treat women like dirt. If Islam passes it will soon bring Sharia law along with it - www.billionbibles.org/sharia/sharia-law.html Minnesota is having problems with ISIS/ Terrorists and the raising of ISIS flags and these terrorists support and favor Sharia law... Again if Islam passes here in ND it mostly like bring these terrorists here... Islam is a complicated issue and I think the passing of the (North Dakota lawmakers mull so-called anti-Sharia bill) should be put aside for now until ISIS is defeated! So you know an issue like this is already causing a lot of problems in California - creepingsharia.wordpress.com/2016/10/05/california-passes-sharia-like-bill and that's just tip of the iceberg.... My research has shown me that Islam always brings me back to Sharia law - www.billionbibles.org/sharia/sharia-law.html the worshiping of Allah also known as the devils work. You can research Allah online yourself through Google and speak with Muslims to if you want. Muslims who've converted over to Christian faith and they'll share with you what Allah is all about and why they fled the Middle east. Muslims who've converted came to the United States to get away from Islam. Please make the right choice in not passing this at, this time. I can be reached at 701-204-8551 from Bismarck... Thank you, Jon Scholl

    3 days ago
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    Arnold TranesAMERICAN HEALTH CARE ACT of 2017: A Scandalous TAX GIVEAWAY to the Wealthy Under Guise of Healthcare Reform; PLUNDERS the Poor, Working and Middle Classes “Just the Facts”, as Joe Friday used to say on the old ‘Dragnet’ TV detective series: 1. 30% penalty for coverage gaps endangers the general population because millions of people have job or personal changes, financial problems, etc., and may not be able to pay a higher premium after lapses. This especially affects cancer victims who are more vulnerable. Such penalties far exceed the nominal tax penalties under Obamacare. 2. Pre-existing condition clause not relevant for people who can’t afford a policy, especially because insurers can price older patients out of affordable coverage, and with less government oversight giving insurers administrative excuses to avoid coverage of such patients. 3. Huge tax reductions are given to the wealthy, including: a.) The High Income payroll tax on wages over $250,000 (on joint tax returns) is repealed after this year. With a rate of .9%, that would translate to a megabucks tax savings on some wealthy people who get the lions’ share of tax benefits from the reform package. For example, Sec of State Rex Tillerson, with a reported salary of 24 million in 2016, would save over $200,000 in taxes on his 1040 -individual tax return. This is before Congress even considers regular tax reform later. b.) The 3.8% tax on unearned income for high income taxpayers is also repealed. This means that a wealthy person with about 10 million in unearned income would save roughly $380,000 on his/her 1040., again- before tax reforms coming later. c.) Various other high- income taxpayer benefits, such as health savings accounts and drug reimbursement plans. 4. As well as tax reform benefitting the wealthy, there are abortion restrictions and defunding of Planned Parenthood built into the reform act. Besides these politically explosive issues, there are unrelated casualties of such clauses. For example, a woman not intending to have an abortion, or a man or child, would find fewer plans to choose from if such plans are ‘blanket’ not available for tax credits, as opposed to just not covering certain procedures. 5. Tax credits for healthcare coverage- which need to be clarified, may have certain restrictions, such as no upfront credit and basically insufficient to cover insurance rates likely to rise under a new “Malthusian” environment under the Trump administration. 6. The reform act defunds research and other government health agencies, also especially damaging to cancer patients. 7. To the extent interstate marketing of health insurance will be permitted, which also needs clarification, there will likely be excessive bureaucracy to administer this. With each state having its’ own rules and the Feds avoiding regulations, there could be abuse by some insurers and many patients left without recourse to obtain proper coverage. 8. Insurers and drug companies are given advantages under this reform act. Little or nothing is done to regulate pricing of policies, medical services, or drugs. Arnold Tranes

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    North Dakota Republican Party added an event.

    Districts 11, 13, 16, 21, 22, 27, 41, 44, 45, and 46 will be holding their District Re-Org Meetings on Tuesday, May 2nd at PRACS, 4801 Amber Valley Pkwy. S. in Fargo. Registration begins at 6pm, with the meeting to follow at 6:30pm.

    For more information, contat Conner Swanson at 701-206-1281.
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    Fargo District Re-Orgs

    May 2, 6:00pm

    Pracs Recruiting

    Districts 11, 13, 16, 21, 22, 27, 41, 44, 45, and 46 will be holding their District Re-Org Meetings on Tuesday, May 2nd at PRACS, 4801 Amber Valley Pkwy. S. in Fargo. Registration begins at 6pm, with the meeting to follow at 6:30pm. For more information, contat Conner Swanson at 701-206-1281.

    Fargo District Re-Orgs

    1 week ago

    North Dakota Republican Party added an event.

    Districts 17, 18, and 42 will be holding their District Re-Org Meetings on Thursday, May 4th at 7 pm. The location is to be determined.

    For more information, contact Marissa Bauer at 320-493-1877.
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    Grand Forks District Re-Orgs

    May 4, 7:00pm

    Districts 17, 18, and 42 will be holding their District Re-Org Meetings on Thursday, May 4th at 7 pm. The location is to be determined. For more information, contact Marissa Bauer at 320-493-1877.

    Grand Forks District Re-Orgs

    1 week ago

    Upcoming events

    D34 Re-Org Meeting

    D34 Re-Org Meeting

    Mar 27, 7:00pm - Mar 27, 8:00pm

    Baymont Inn & Suites Mandan, North Dakota
    2611 Old Red Trl NW
    Mandan, ND  58554 Map

    D34 will be holding their Re-Org Meeting on Monday, March 27th from 7 to 8 pm at the Baymont Inn & Suites in Mandan.

    For more information, contact Will at 701-388-6171.

    D26 Re-Org

    D26 Re-Org

    Mar 30, 7:00pm - Mar 30, 10:00pm

    Senior Citizens Center
    Milnor, ND,   Map

    The D26 Re-Org Meeting will be held on Thursday, March 30th at the Milnor Senior Center, 408 Main St, Milnor Randy Christmann will be the guest speaker.

    For more informtion, contact Norma at 701-318-1012.

    D23 Re-Org Meeting

    D23 Re-Org Meeting

    Apr 1, 10:00am - Apr 1, 2:00pm

    City Hall Cooperstown ND

    The D23 Re-Org Meeting willo be held on Saturday, April 1st at 10 am at the Cooperstown City Hall.

    For more information, contact Lauri Olson at 701-789-0414.

    D24 Re-Org Meeting

    D24 Re-Org Meeting

    Apr 1, 3:00pm - Apr 1, 6:00pm

    VFW Post 2764
    138 E Main St
    Valley City, ND  58072 Map

    The D24 Re-Org Meeting will be held Saturday, April 1st from 3pm to 6pm at VFW Post 2764 138 E. Main St. in Valley City, ND.

    For more information, contact Ed Kuhlmann at 701-320-0495.

    D22 Dinner to Honor Governor Dalrymple and Speaker Belter

    D22 Dinner to Honor Governor Dalrymple and Speaker Belter

    Apr 2, 5:30pm - Apr 2, 8:30pm

    Ramada Plaza Fargo Hotel & Conf Center
    1635 42nd Street South
    Fargo, ND  58103 Map

    D22 will be holding a dinner to honor Governor Jack Dalrymple and Speaker Wes Belter for their years of leadership and public service to the state of North Dakota.

    Social begins at 5:30, with dinner and a program to follow.

    Cost is $50 per person .
    Please RSVP to Pete Silbernagel at psilbernagel@far.midco.net or (701)347-5490.

    All are welcome but rsvp's are required so the planning committee can make final decisions.

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