Searching for a profile in courage…

October 5, 2016By robertMedia Release

How do NDGOP candidates respond to fmr. top NDGOP official? *** Fmr. NDGOP official: Clinton “the only candidate rational enough to be trusted with the nuclear codes. The choice for North Dakota Republicans should be clear.” (BISMARCK, ND) – How do North Dakota’s Republican candidates and office holders respond to an op-ed published by the former … Read More

First Presidential Debate: Hillary Shows She’s Most Qualified Candidate in a Generation, Trump Fails Commander-in-Chief Test

October 5, 2016By robertMedia Release

(BISMARCK, ND) – Following the first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, it is more apparent than ever that the 2016 general election is a choice between the most qualified presidential candidate in a generation, and the least fit presidential candidate in American history. “The choice before North Dakotans this November could not be … Read More

Veep Debate: Like Pence, Hoeven, Dalrymple, Cramer & Burgum must answer for Donald Trump

October 4, 2016By alisonMedia Release

(BISMARCK, ND) – Following tonight’s Vice Presidential debate between Tim Kaine and Mike Pence, the North Dakota Democratic-NPL party released the following statement from Executive Director Robert Haider: “Tonight, Mike Pence tried in vain to defend his running mate’s indefensible behavior and total lack of fitness to serve as President of the United States. Pence … Read More

Dem-NPL calls on Hoeven, Cramer, Dalrymple & Burgum to speak out on Trump’s praise for Putin, assertion that he’d replace U.S. Generals en masse

September 9, 2016By alisonMedia Release

(BISMARCK,ND) – During last night’s NBC forum, Donald Trump once again demonstrated his utter lack of fitness to serve as commander-in-chief. Responding to Trump’s praise for Russian strongman Vladimir Putin, as well as Trump’s assertion that he would replace American military generals en masse, Dem-NPL Executive Director Robert Haider called on North Dakota’s Republican leaders … Read More