THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND N.D. Dems call on Pam Gulleson to run for U.S. Senate
UPDATED BISMARCK--North Dakota Democrats are encouraging a former state legislator and staffer of Sen. Byron Dorgan to enter the 2012 U.S. Senate race.
A letter signed by Democratic members of the No... Posted on 5/11/11 at 9:02 AM
RENEW ND Join us at Senator Dorgans renewable energy summit tomorrow
Hear why General Wesley Clark stresses the importance of diversifying our energy sources with higher efficiency and to help North Dakota lead the way toward more clean, home grown, home owned, sustain... Posted on 6/13/10 at 3:52 AM
IT'S GOOD TO BE IN N.D. Dorgan on Colbert Report
Sen. Byron Dorgan, D-N.D., was on Comedy Central's Colbert Report Monday night. Here is the video clip, assuming I embedded it properly:
The Colbert Report
Mon -... Posted on 6/4/09 at 9:52 AM
GRAND FORKS - North Dakota Democrats have enthusiastically endorsed former legislative leader and U.S. Senate aide Pam Gulleson for North Dakota's congressional race this year.
Gulleson is among only a handful of women to ever run for the state's U.S. House seat, and Democrats are rallying behind her in 2012 as their first viable chance at electing North Dakota's first-ever female member of Congress.
FARGO – Former North Dakota Democratic Sen. Byron Dorgan has made a huge withdrawal from his campaign warchest with a $1 million donation toward his new Center for Native American Youth.
Dorgan told The Forum today that the money he’s donated to the nonprofit Aspen Institute is reserved exclusively to fund the center – which focuses on teen suicide prevention, substance abuse and education. The center is housed at the Aspen Institute in Washington, D.C.
FARGO – Former North Dakota Sen. Byron Dorgan has launched the Center for Native American Youth, a new policy program at The Aspen Institute in Washington, D.C. The center is dedicated to combating the challenges facing young American Indians, such as teen suicide.
After former Sen. Byron Dorgan agreed last year to donate his congressional papers to the University of North Dakota, Libraries Director Wilbur Stolt said he discovered a long-standing practice for such donations wasn’t in line with state law.
Born March 12, 1948, in Bismarck, Kent Conrad was orphaned at age 5 when his parents were killed in a car accident. He and his brothers were raised by his grandparents and by an uncle and aunt. Here are some highlights of his life and career:
With Sen. Kent Conrad out of the picture, perhaps the right question isn’t who will run for his seat in 2012.
“Maybe it’d be easier to figure out who isn’t going to run for it,” state Republican Party Chairman Stan Stein said, laughing.
After departures of fellow Democrats, last member of Team North Dakota to leave the field
Sen. Kent Conrad announced Tuesday he won’t seek re-election next year, becoming the last of North Dakota’s three long-serving Democrats in Congress to bid farewell to the Capitol and busting the 2012 Senate race wide open.
Dave Thompson says it was “very seldom we saw him sitting anywhere.”
Thompson, who helped create a new one-hour documentary looking at the daily life of former North Dakota Sen. Byron Dorgan, was struck by the busyness of the state’s former senator.
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