GRAND FORKS — The major-party candidates for North Dakota’s only seat in the U.S. House of Representatives present a choice between the legacy of the state’s powerful retired senator or a fixture of Republican government here.
GRAND FORKS — Republican U.S. House of Representatives candidate Kevin Cramer is ahead of his opponent Pam Gulleson by 20 percentage points, according to a recent poll commissioned by Forum Communications.
BISMARCK — Republican U.S. House candidate Kevin Cramer on Tuesday defended his support for ending a federal tax break that is important to North Dakota’s wind energy industry, saying the subsidy isn’t affordable at a time of huge budget deficits.
When it comes to leading the state of North Dakota, third-party candidates have not had much luck. In the state’s 123-year history, all of its governors have been either Democrat or Republican, or affiliated with a supporting party. The same holds true for its representatives and senators in the U.S. Congress.
BISMARCK — North Dakota’s candidates for the U.S. Senate, U.S. House and governor argued about Social Security, taxes and the management of the state’s oil boom Wednesday as they met in their first series of debates.
FARGO — Marking the 47th anniversary of Medicare, Democrat Pam Gulleson pledged Wednesday to defend the federal health care program for senior citizens against Republican proposals that she said would seek to dismantle it.
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