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CARA MUND

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There sure are a lot of liberals and Democrats working very hard to elect to Congress someone who claims she would vote for Republican leadership there. Don't actions speak louder than words?
"We have polled three times since Cara has gotten in the race. We have used three different polling companies to ensure we are getting the most diverse/accurate information," Armstrong told me of his surveys. "We don't do it for a press release. We do it so that we know how to move forward with our campaign. The only way to do that well is if we can trust the data."
Cara Mund is trying to unseat Rep. Kelly Armstrong to become North Dakota’s first female elected to the U.S. House.
A memo says the race between incumbent Republican and independent "competitive" was sparked by the overturning of Roe v. Wade.
Incumbent Republican Rep. Kelly Armstrong and Independent challenger Cara Mund discussed numerous issues on Tuesday, Sept. 27, including abortion, student loans, Social Security and inflation.
Mund, who got into this race late, who has zero track record outside of campaign-trail statements to illustrate how she might vote in Congress, is trying to be all things to all people, and in politics, that's an excellent way to make most people not like you.

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In this week's column, Jim Shaw shares some recent positive and negative feedback he's received from readers.
Mund would be a much more interesting candidate if she ran an authentic campaign, that reflected who she truly is, rather than trying to perpetrate this fraud.
On this episode of Plain Talk, Sen. Kevin Cramer weighs in on being banned from Russia, President Joe Biden's student loan forgiveness, and the emergence of high-profile independent candidates in North Dakota's congressional races.

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