STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Clark stepping down as Republican chairman
Public Service Commissioner Tony Clark says he's stepping down as North Dakota's Republican Party chairman.
Clark said Tuesday that he said from the beginning the position was temporary for him. Clar... Posted on 11/9/10 at 6:06 PM
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — North Dakota Public Service Commissioner Tony Clark is being nominated for an opening on a federal regulatory board that oversees the reliability of the nation's electric grid, U.S. Sen. John Hoeven said Monday.
Dale Wetzel, Associated Press
, January 23, 2012
BISMARCK — Public Service Commission Chairman Tony Clark, who is leaving office at year’s end, is being considered for a spot on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, a spokesman for North Dakota Sen. John Hoeven said.
Dale Wetzel, Associated Press
, January 09, 2012
North Dakota’s public service commissioners serve six-year terms, and Clark, who was first elected to the commission in 2000, said he believed he will accomplish most of his goals by the end of his second term in 2012.
“You have to ask yourself, in another six or seven years beyond that, am I still going to have the same enthusiasm that I had when I walked in the door on that first day ... or even the same enthusiasm that I still have for the job today?” Clark said.
By Dale Wetzel, The Associated Press
, May 06, 2011
Gen. Wesley Clark will be the keynote speaker at the North Dakota Farmer’s Union State Convention in Minot on Nov. 19-20.
“Gen. Wesley Clark is a strong advocate of Farmers Union policies as he works to create green-collar jobs, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, expand ethanol use in gasoline and decrease our dependence on foreign oil,” said North Dakota Farmers Union President Robert Carlson in a press release. “Gen. Clark will offer insight to NDFU’s members regarding what needs to be done to achieve energy independence and how our organization can help make that happen.”
Recently, there have been comments about Public Service Commissioner Tony Clark surrounding his election as state Republican Party chairman. I am writing to provide an insight as one who has walked a mile in his shoes. For full disclosure, I met Clark shortly after he was elected to the PSC. We serve on the National Association of Utility Commissioners and its Telecommunications Committee.
Pick a job, Tony Clark.
Clark, one of the three members of the Public Service Commission, is also the newest chairman of the North Dakota Republican Party after being elected by the party’s state committee.
Stuart Leroy Clark, 76, Pingree, North Dakota died Wednesday, July 14, 2010 at Innovis Hospital in Fargo, ND. Mr. Clark was born April 18, 1934 near Edmunds, North Dakota, the son of Stuart and Alice (Wescom) Clark.
As police charged a Yale animal lab technician with murdering a graduate student who worked in his building, a portrait began to emerge Thursday of an un-pleasant stickler for the rules who often clashed with researchers and considered the mice cages his personal fiefdom.
By Ray Henry and Michael Hill, The Associated Press
, September 18, 2009
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