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July 23, 2014
Yesterday, George Sinner showed how disconnected he is from the duties owed to the people of North Dakota. Sinner has shown that he is more concerned with the act of voting in Washington than producing results.
THE REAL TRUTH: When the North Dakota Legislature went into the final hours, George Sinner skipped town on vacation and missed votes on some of the state’s most important issues. If every legislator quit one day early and went on vacation like George Sinner, North Dakota’s K-12 schools, colleges, and universities would have been left without funding for two years and thousands of homeowners would have lost out on $850 million in property tax reductions.
July 1, 2014
By David Rupkalvis, The Williston Herald
Congressman Kevin Cramer will host an online energy town hall Tuesday and is accepting questions from North Dakota residents.
June 22, 2014
The House Republican Caucus named Congressman Kevin Cramer’s establishment of the Veterans Advisory Board as last week’s featured Best Practice. The recognition evaluates efforts to connect with constituents by all Republican members of the House.
The Veterans Advisory Board is made up of leaders in the veterans’ advocacy world and includes a Medal of Honor recipient, a Purple Heart recipient, the State Veterans Commissioner, the Women and Minority Veterans Coordinator, a National Guard colonel, a former VFW State Commander, and a county veterans service officer.