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STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Crabtree, Cramer criticize campaign contributors
BISMARCKKevin Cramers campaign reports show a disturbing pattern of accepting money from companies and executives affected by his decisions as a Public Service Commission regulator, his Democratic cha... Posted on 10/25/10 at 12:05 PM
IN THE BLACK Chance to turn in unused or expired medications
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SCHAUMBURG, Ill. (AP) — Backed by a crushing television ad advantage, Mitt Romney sought a strong Illinois primary victory Tuesday to solidify his lead over Rick Santorum in the battle for the Republican presidential nomination. It was the latest-in a string of must-win industrial state contests for the front-runner.
CLEVELAND (AP) — President Barack Obama made Ohio his final campaign stop Sunday in the tumultuous midterm elections, trying to help hard-pressed Democrats in a state that could prove crucial to his fortunes in two years.
During this campaign season, I’ve read with interest the opposition’s political advertising and letters to the editor about Sen. Terry Wanzek, R-Jamestown, Rep. Craig Headland, R-Montpelier, and myself voting against our children and not expanding health care coverage to more uninsured children in North Dakota. In a letter to the editor, one of the opposing candidates said we left 1,158 children with no health insurance.
The exact opposite is true.
BISMARCK (AP) — North Dakota Republican U.S. House candidate Rick Berg says he’s raised more than $1 million for his campaign.
Berg said that puts him in better shape than previous challengers to Democratic Rep. Earl Pomeroy. Pomeroy is running for his 10th term in the House.
A former potential candidate in North Dakota’s 2010 U.S. Senate race says he’s keeping his options open for the future.
Duane Sand formed a campaign committee in April 2009 in pursuit of a possible Senate run this year but decided in late 2009 against seeking the GOP nomination.
Sand, who’s no stranger to federal campaigns, said recently he remains “undecided” about future bids for public office.
By Kristen M. Daum, Formum Communications Co.
, May 24, 2010
Saint James Basilica’s Building Community in God’s Kingdom Capital Campaign has surpassed $1 million in gifts and commitments, church officials said. In less than one month of active solicitation, parishioners have earmarked $1,072,669 toward the basilica’s $1.6 million goal needed to make improvements and additions to the church facilities.
Republican U.S. House candidate and Fargo legislator Rick Berg raised nearly $383,000 during the first quarter of 2010 — a feat the North Dakota GOP director calls “one of the most successful first-period fundraising efforts by a congressional challenger in North Dakota history.”
But, while his campaign touts it as an “outstanding” start, Berg is still a long way from matching Democratic incumbent Earl Pomeroy, who entered 2010 with more than $1.3 million in his campaign war chest.
First-quarter contributions to Pomeroy’s campaign were not available Monday.
By Kristen M. Daum, Forum Communications co.
, April 06, 2010
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