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The North Dakota Republican Party no longer has any obligation to pretend as though Rick Becker is a member in good standing, whatever Becker himself might have to say about it.
When Rick Becker was seeking the North Dakota GOP's nomination, he said he intended to respect the vote of the convention delegates. That was his explanation for not continuing to pursue the nomination on the June primary ballot. Yet here we are in August, and Becker is reigniting his campaign, collecting signatures so that he can appear on the November ballot as an independent.
I'm just not seeing a constituency of North Dakota voters that Mund could appeal to that's large enough to lead her to victory. But, again, that's assuming that she's running to win, and not as a way to keep her celebrity alive post-Miss America.
Attorneys representing parties in two lawsuits said the litigation over the new districts won't change North Dakota's political boundaries before the November general election.
Two new advertisements in the span of a week and a ratcheting up of attacks focused on record mean it just might be election season.
South Dakota election law sets an Aug. 2 deadline for exiting a race and gives the party until Aug. 9 to select replacements.
"Jazz Lady, when are you coming to the US?" Timothy Lamb, the Democratic-NPL candidate for attorney general, asked in a comment under photos featuring a scantily clad model from the Philippines. He signed it "Tim the Starman" and appended several stars and a smirking emoji.
Chairman Patrick Hart talks about the abortion debate in his party, and his outlook as we enter "prime time" in the 2022 election cycle.
After voters complain, Cass County asks North Dakota AG for clarity on proof-of-citizenship question
Cass County State's Attorney Birch Burdick said his letter seeking an attorney general's opinion "was not written at the urging of any voting rights groups. I simply found the law was not as clear as it could be regarding proof of citizenship.
After a list of "where as" statements, the resolution states that "the Policy Committee of the North Dakota Democratic-Non Partisan League Party will no longer support the ongoing candidacy of Mark Haugen for U.S. House of Representatives."
Here's a pro-tip for Democratic-NPL Senate candidate Katrina Christiansen: You're not a victim because someone disagrees with you.
The Ward County State's Attorney Office will decide whether to pursue charges against North Dakota for Term Limits, the group behind the petition, after claims it paid signature gatherers bonuses.
The Democratic-NPL, outside of a few legislative races, is not going to be competitive this political cycle. They haven't been competitive in years, really. The NDGOP has nothing to fear. Yet that truth doesn't inspire political giving.