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Dalrymple’s ethics questioned on campaign contributions

October 26, 2012 in The Dickinson Press

Democrat candidate for governor Ryan Taylor said in Dickinson Friday that unlike his opponent, Gov. Jack Dalrymple, he would not accept any campaign contributions linked to companies with cases pending before the North Dakota Industrial Commission. Continue Reading

In N.D. politics, most oil industry contributions go to Republicans

July 16, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald

A Forum Communications review of campaign finance reports shows oil companies haven’t been shy with their donations to North Dakota politicians, particularly to Republicans in power. Continue Reading

Rep. Noem under scrutiny for witnesses

November 1, 2011 in The Daily Republic

Those testifying at hearings are also campaign donors; ethical questions have been raised.
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North Dakota PSC candidates spar over contributions

October 25, 2010 in INFORUM

Crabtree says Cramer’s campaign reports show ‘disturbing pattern’
BISMARCK Kevin Cramer’s campaign reports show “a disturbing pattern” of accepting money from companies and executives affected by his decisions as a Public Service Commission regulator, his Democratic challenger said Monday. Continue Reading

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North Dakota PSC candidates spar over contributions

October 25, 2010 in INFORUM

Crabtree says Cramer’s campaign reports show ‘disturbing pattern’
BISMARCK Kevin Cramer’s campaign reports show “a disturbing pattern” of accepting money from companies and executives affected by his decisions as a Public Service Commission regulator, his Democratic challenger said Monday. Continue Reading

Pomeroy has raised $2.7 million for campaign

October 15, 2010 in Grand Forks Herald

North Dakota Democratic Rep. Earl Pomeroy has raised $527,000 for his campaign from July through September. Continue Reading

Minnesota Democrats keep cash edge despite corporate giving

September 20, 2010 in Grand Forks Herald

Democratic-leaning political action committees and independent political funds in Minnesota had a 3-to-1 cash advantage over groups favoring Republicans, an Associated Press analysis found. Continue Reading