Democrat candidate for governor Ryan Taylor said in Dickinson Friday that unlike his opponent, Gov. Jack Dalrymple, he would not accept any campaign contributions linked to companies with cases pending before the North Dakota Industrial Commission.
FARGO — Jack Dalrymple served a decade as North Dakota’s lieutenant governor and two years ago moved into the governor’s mansion when John Hoeven was elected to the U.S. Senate. Now, according to a Forum Communications poll, Dalrymple appears poised to handily win election to the office he has held since 2010.
During a campaign stop in Dickinson on Wednesday, gubernatorial candidate Sen. Ryan Taylor, D-Towner, promoted the preservation of 40,000-plus acres of Badlands as wilderness, essentially keeping oil development off the land.
BISMARCK — North Dakota’s county and township roads, which have been pounded by truck traffic amid a flourishing state economy, will cost $7 billion to maintain over the next two decades, a new study estimates.
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.
U.S. Senate candidate Heidi Heitkamp, left, and gubernatorial candidate Ryan Taylor speak to a few dozen supporters Saturday about the importance of the November election when they gathered for the opening of the North Dakota Democratic–NPL’s Dickinson Coordinated Campaign office, located on the second floor at 113 First St. W.
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