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KATRINA CHRISTIANSEN

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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.
Here's a pro-tip for Democratic-NPL Senate candidate Katrina Christiansen: You're not a victim because someone disagrees with you.
"Is anybody trying to change minds anymore? We tend to think of electoral politics as the process through which a candidate wins over voters, but in reality, it's become an exercise in getting your people to the polls while convincing the other side's people to stay home."
Here's a look at the fundraising reports for North Dakota's federal candidates.
There has been a lot of talk about how the Democratic-NPL is at low-ebb, but looking at how things stand for them heading into the 2022 campaign season, it seems very possible, and even likely, that things can get worse for them.

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Is U.S. Senator John Hoeven too wealthy to be in touch with North Dakota voters? Kristina Christiansen, a candidate for the Democratic-NPL's endorsement in North Dakota's Senate race, made that argument on this episode of Plain Talk.

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