STAFF BLOG OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! The Long Dark Christmas Carol of the Soul
My friends who work in retail are already beginning to get a little... funny... about havingto listen to the same twenty or so Christmas carols over and over again at work.
I'm not sure this constitu... Posted on 12/7/11 at 7:00 AM
STAFF BLOG DIRTY LAUNDRY Way to go, Chris
Way back in 1492, a guy who yearned for the title “Great Admiral of the Ocean” set sail with a group of people and three ships after having math issues and incorrectly figuring the circumf... Posted on 10/12/09 at 6:49 AM
Dave Nething retains his seat as District 12 senator after the completion of a recount Friday. The final results gave Nething, a Republican who has served in the Senate since 1966, an 8-vote margin over Democratic challenger John Grabinger.
The final results determined 2,974 votes for Nething and 2,966 votes for Grabinger after the recount committee had ruled on 105 ballots challenged by either Johnson or the representatives of the candidates.
About 3,800 absentee and early voting ballots in the District 12 Senate race were inspected Friday by Noel Johnson, election administrator for Stutsman County, Joel Larson, representing Republican Sen. Dave Nething and Jamie Selzer, executive director of the North Dakota Democratic Party representing challenger John Grabinger.
The recount started Friday morning.
The state Canvassing Board will make the results of the Nov. 4 election official today and that’ll set in motion an automatic recount in the Jamestown state Senate race, which will decide the fate of the current longest-serving legislator in the state.
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