A man who became an advocate for tougher drunk driving laws in North Dakota after losing family members to a drunk driver is asking Sen. Joe Miller, R-Park River, to step down after Miller pleaded guilty to alcohol-related driving charges.
North Dakota state Sen. Joe Miller, 30, was charged last Tuesday in state district court in Grafton, N.D., with speeding, having an open container and being in actual physical control of a motor vehicle while over the legal alcohol limit
It is my desire that people will read this and think about safety when operating machinery. More so, I wish that people understand why I am here to write this message, why I do not become depressed, why I am healing so well. Prayer!
State Sen. Joe Miller, R-Park River, won the first battle for the District 10 North Dakota Senate nomination Thursday, by defeating fellow Sen. Curtis Olafson, R-Edinburg, 141-91 for the district Republican endorsement.
Proposed map would remove District 16, call for special elections to narrow down too many regional incumbents Redrawing the boundaries of North Dakota’s 47 legislative districts could remove a northeastern district entirely and pit local incumbent representatives and senators against each other in the 2012 elections.
Republican Joe Miller said he won't stand in the way of incumbent Sen. Lisa Murkowski being certified the winner of Alaska's U.S. Senate race, but he vowed to continue his legal fight over the state's handling of the vote count.
A security guard said he placed a reporter under citizen's arrest at a campaign event for Alaska Republican Senate candidate Joe Miller after the journalist refused orders to leave and pushed someone into a locker.
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