Whether it’s farmers, working families or small business owners, North Dakotans are united against GOP tax bill

December 1, 2017By Media Release, News, Press Release

Cramer-supported tax bill takes a beating in North Dakota newspapers   (BISMARCK, ND) – Whether it’s farmers, working families, teachers, or small business owners concerned about their taxes and the federal deficit, North Dakotans are united in their message to North Dakota’s delegation: The GOP tax bill that passed the House and is currently being debated … Read More

Rep. Cramer should denounce the president’s use of a derogatory insult at Native American Code Talker event

November 29, 2017By Media Release, News, Press Release

(BISMARCK, ND) – Democratic-NPL executive director Scott McNeil issued the following statement calling on Congressman Kevin Cramer to denounce the president’s use of a derogatory insult during a White House event honoring Native American Code Talkers.  “Using the name of a historic Native American figure to throw cheap insults at a political opponent – most recently at a … Read More

Kevin Cramer’s Trillion-Dollar Two-Step

November 21, 2017By Media Release, News, Press Release

(BISMARCK, ND) – Politicians are known for contradicting themselves, but their flip-flops usually don’t cost over one trillion dollars.   Kevin Cramer’s latest flip-flop does. And if he gets his way, North Dakota taxpayers are going to foot the bill.   For more than a decade, Kevin Cramer decried the national debt, calling on members of Congress … Read More

“Political survival” – Rep. Cramer admits the real reason for his vote to hike taxes on working and middle-class North Dakotans

November 18, 2017By Media Release, News, Press Release

(BISMARCK, ND) – This week, Rep. Kevin Cramer voted for the House Republican tax bill, a measure that would give massive benefits to the wealthiest Americans, while increasing taxes on low- and middle-income earners in North Dakota. Under Cramer’s tax bill, working North Dakotans with incomes between $10,000 – $40,000 would see their income taxes increase … Read More

Will Cramer, Campbell and Hoeven torpedo bipartisan health care deal?

October 18, 2017By Media Release, News, Press Release

(BISMARCK, ND) – Yesterday’s announcement of a bipartisan health care deal was met with unsurprising silence from North Dakota’s Republican leaders Rep. Kevin Cramer, senate candidate Tom Campbell, and U.S. Sen. John Hoeven – all of whom previously supported efforts to eliminate health care protections for tens of thousands of North Dakotans and totally dismantle Medicaid. … Read More