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Now that the Republicans are back in power in the house, will they spend their time making good on their promises or will they devote useless energy, time and our tax money on getting revenge on the Democrats for perceived injustices they suffered during the time they were out of power?
"It's kind of an HR matter so I'm apprehensive about providing details as there is a process that is ongoing," party chairman Patrick Hart said.
Maybe the problem isn't gerrymandering. Maybe the problem is the Democratic-NPL.
The North Dakota Republican Party now controls 90% of the seats in the state Legislature.
These faux news/Republican styled comments labeling the Democratic Party as such are simply attempts to generate unfounded fear and garner support for their party. The Republicans also want you to believe they stand for “law and order.”
Jill Abahsain, DFL-endorsed candidate for Congress, met with supporters in New London, Minnesota, for a campaign rally last week.

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Several members of the North Dakota Democratic-NPL, people who serve in leadership positions in the party, and who have represented the party on the ballot, are using words like "disgusted" and "livid" to describe erstwhile U.S. House candidate Mark Haugen getting pushed off the ballot in favor of former Miss America Cara Mund.
The mantra may be good politics — the usual partisan drones will pick it up and repeat it without bothering to examine or think about the proposal itself — but it's not honest.
"Jazz Lady, when are you coming to the US?" Timothy Lamb, the Democratic-NPL candidate for attorney general, asked in a comment under photos featuring a scantily clad model from the Philippines. He signed it "Tim the Starman" and appended several stars and a smirking emoji.

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