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Oh My: New Polls Show Heidi Getting Crushed in North Dakota, Donnelly Trailing in Indiana
According to the long-held media consensus, buttressed by Democrats' repetition of their preferred narrative, Republican Sen. Dean Heller of Nevada was supposed to be the most vulnerable incumbent in Congress' upper chamber this cycle. There's no question that he's in a tight race, and both parties
First poll ever shows marijuana legalization initiative could pass in North Dakota next month
While most of the attention from cannabis advocates for next month's election has been focused onMichigan, a new poll indicates thatNorth Dakotacould also join the ranks of legal recreational states, writesJoseph Misulonas.
OCTOBER SURPRISE: New Undercover Video Set to Rock NORTH DAKOTA Midterm Race | Sean Hannity
“It’s time. We get this, we get the Senate back, [Trump’s] gonna have some pressure on him. He’s gonna start acting right or he’s gonna face some consequences… Well he’ll know that he’s got that impeachment word looking at him,” admitted one staffer.
LPN-PACT Primary Care Job in Fargo, North Dakota - Department of Veterans Affairs - LemonWire
· Must have a full, current, active and unrestricted license as a graduate licensed practical or vocational nurse in a State, Territory, or Commonwealth (i.e., Puerto Rico) of the United States or District of Columbia.
Cramer Pulling Away In North Dakota Race, Now Leads Heitkamp By 16 Points
A poll conducted by KVLY, KFYR and Strategic Research Associates of likely North Dakota voters revealed Monday that incumbent North Dakota Democratic Sen. Heidi Heitkamp is continuing to lose her grip on the race to GOP challenger Rep. Kevin Cramer, who leads by 16 points.
Does no registration make voting easiest in North Dakota?
A North Dakota resident receives voting instructions at the downtown Fargo public library on June 12, 2018 in Fargo, N.D.
Eagle feather in his guitar, Billy Ray Cyrus jumps into North Dakota voting advocacy
Depending on which generation they hail from, Americans either know Billy Ray Cyrus as a country singer best known for his number one single "Achy Breaky Heart," or the father of the uber-successful 25-year-old pop star Miley Cyrus. But these days, Cyrus says he is using his fame to call attentio
What the grisly murder of a pregnant woman taught us about police surveillance in a North Dakota town
FARGO, N.D. — A detail that came to light in last month’s high-profile trial in the grisly case of slain Savanna LaFontaine-Greywind was that drones were used to surveil the suspects.This technically-advanced tactic isn’t typically used here, but the Fargo Police Department teamed up with U.S. Custo
This fundraiser to make sure Native Americans can vote in North Dakota is smashing its goals | DeviceDaily.com
Last week, the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear a case about North Dakota’s voter ID law, which experts say may make it incredibly difficult for the state’s Native American population to vote in the midterms. A crowdfunding campaign to help give those voters the credentials they need beat its init
Dakota Access pipeline - Sunbury News
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — The developer of the Dakota Access pipeline is gauging shippers’ interest in a possible expansion of the volume of crude oil moved through the pipeline from 500,000 barrels to 570,000 barrels per day, despite ongoing tribal efforts to shut the pipeline down.
12 races contested for official county newspaper in North Dakota -- but it's more than a name
Races for official county newspaper don’t usually headline election years, but a few papers around North Dakota could flip in this cycle.Twelve races are contested in the Nov. 6 general election for designation of official county newspaper. They include newspapers seeking official status for Barnes,
Moorhead man to be extradited to North Dakota
AUSTIN – A Moorhead man accused of murdering a man in North Dakota will be extradited back to North Dakota.Miguel Jay Cooley Sr., 44, appeared in Mower County District Court Monday morning where he signed a waiver of extradition. The waiver means that Cooley has voluntarily agreed to be sent back to
#HimToo Movement™ announces endorsement of Kevin Cramer for North Dakota Senate
"Candidates were evaluated on numerous factors, including their voting record on issues relevant to gender equality and civil rights," says #HimToo Movement™ spokesperson Haley Adams.
Uber Drone Food Delivery Could Come to North Dakota
Just yesterday (October 22nd), Uber announced it is expanding statewide across North Dakota. Now, there's a chance that by 2021, Uber could deliver food from the skies by way of drones.According toThe Wall Street Journal, Uber had posted a job listing for an operations executive capable of helping t
Doug Leier: Fall fish survey indicates North Dakota waters fared well
I grew up with the mindset that game wardens were busy during hunting season, wildlife biologists surveyed the birds and big game animals, and the busy time of year for fisheries biologists was spring and summer when spawning and stocking took place.All those were correct, but I didn’t understand un
USDA Issues Disaster County Declarations for North Dakota
Dunn, Billings, Slope, Hettinger and Stark Counties have already been designated as natural disaster counties by the United States Department of Agriculture after meeting requirements under 7 CFR 759.5(a) earlier in the year, as each county suffered from drought conditions during the growing season
Why is North Dakota closer to legalizing weed than Minnesota is? | City Pages
A2017 Gallup pollrecognized it, Mississippi, and Wyoming as the right-leaning creme de la creme, with self-identified conservatives outnumbering self-identified liberals by 30 percentage points. The state hasn’t voted for a Democratic presidential candidate since 1964.Minnesota’s last Republican pre
North Dakota's Measure 2 emphasizes that 'only a citizen' of...
The measure aims to change the language of a Article II, Section 1 from "Every citizen of the United States, who has attained the age of eighteen years and who is a North Dakota resident, shall be a qualified elector." to "Only a citizen of the United States, who has attained the age of eighteen yea
Young: Why I love North Dakota
Considering I've begun by mentioning the election, you may expect I'll tell you who I'm voting for, and why you should vote for them, too. But, in reflecting, I've realized that even more important than who I vote for, are the values I hope my candidates hold dear. So, in lieu of highlighting who I'
NEW POLL: Majority of North Dakotans Ready to Say YES to Legalization
This November, Measure 3 will be on the ballot in North Dakota to prohibit the prosecution of any person over the age of 21 for any nonviolent, marijuana-related activity and seal the records of adults with past nonviolent marijuana charges. The measure also would add penalties for individuals under