North Dakota Politics

While lobbyists have poured money into opposing North Dakota’s anti-corruption measure, some of those same organizations and councils have been pouring your tax dollars into their own projects. In some ...

Following this month’s Supreme Court decision, North Dakota Native Americans rushed to adhere to the new voter requirements. They were told by the state’s top election officials if they didn’t ...

Yes, North Dakota politicians are threatening insurance protections for pre-existing condition. Some have made repeated attempts to accomplish this but have failed due to public outrage. Now facing that outrage ...

Days after launching a campaign ad attempting to claim responsibility for medical marijuana, Al Carlson’s allies are attacking his opponents for supporting medical marijuana. Voters in District 41 received mailers ...

Measure two is a nuanced measure pushed by former NDGOP Chair and current State Senate candidate for District 35, Gary Emineth. A lot of speculation has gone into why there ...

The list of politicians opposing Measure 1 continues to grow with the latest being State Auditor Josh Gallion. Gallion made his view known as he spoke to lobbyist groups who ...

In a new campaign ad, House Majority Leader Al Carlson seems to take responsibility for the two-year delay in medical marijuana. In the radio spot, Carlson’s campaign criticizes his opponent ...

Last night was the first debate between Heidi Heitkamp and Kevin Cramer. Unfortunately, there are only three total debates because Cramer has dodged others and refused to reschedule the debate on ...

With less than three weeks until the midterm election, North Dakota’s Secretary of State Al Jaeger created confusion with ballots and perpetuates uncertainty in the voting process. October 17th again ...

  Welcome to episode 2 of ND xPlains. In this part, we begin to look at who is in the “good old boys network” candidate Doug Burgum hinted at and ...