North Dakota Legislative Districts

North Dakota has 47 Legislative Districts, each comprised of one Senator and two Representatives. Each of these elected legislatures serve four year terms. Even numbered legislative districts are elected during General Election or Presidential Election years and odd numbered districts are elected on Mid-Term Election years.

The North Dakota Democratic Party holds 14 of the  47 seats in the state senate and 23 of the  94 seats in the state house.

These Senators & Representatives meet every two years for an 80 day legislative session in the Capitol City of Bismarck.

To learn more about these districts and their representatives, click below.

North Dakota Legislative Districts

District 1

District 1 is located in the city of Williston.

Their District Chair is Bruce Anderson and can be reached at the following:

Bruce Anderson

(701) 577-6327

brucea@wil.midco.net

923 7th Ave. W., Williston N.D.

District 1 has no Dem-NPL representation in the North Dakota legislature.

District 2

District 2 is located in the city of Williston.

Their District Chair is LuAnn Casler and can be reached at the following:

LuAnn Casler

(701) 572-8281

lcasler_2000@yahoo.com

411 149th Ave. NW, Williston N.D.

District 2 has no Dem-NPL representation in the North Dakota legislature.

District 3

District 3 is located in the city of Minot on the eastern edge.

Their District Chair is Bob Wolf and can be reached at the following:

Bob Wolf

(701) 838-4617 h

(701) 500-2293 c

wolf3462@gmail.com

District 3 has no Dem-NPL representation in the North Dakota legislature.

District 4

District 4 is located in Mountrail, Dunn and McLean county.

Their District Chair is Mike Zimmerman and can be reached at the following:

Mike Zimmerman

(701) 337-5541

mikez@rtc.coop

District 4 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:

John Warner – Senate

  • Address: 33200 331st Avenue SW, Ryder, ND 58779;
  • Telephone: 701-726-5663;
  • E-Mail: jwarner@nd.gov;
  • District: 4;
  • Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Farmer; BS, NDSU; BS, MSU; 1998 BILLD Fellow; Board, Minot Symphony Orchestra; Board, Ft. Stevenson Foundation; Farmers Union; St. John’s Lutheran Church.
  • Married (Janice); 4 children. House 1997-2003. Senate since 2005.

Kenton Onstad – House

  • Address: 3515 66th Avenue NW, Parshall, ND 58770;
  • Telephone: 701-862-3445;
  • E-Mail: konstad@nd.gov;
  • District: 4;
  • Party: Democrat

Committees

  • Standing: Judiciary, Transportation
  • Procedural:
  • Interim: Legislative Management, Tribal and State Relations, Water-Related Topics Overview

Biography

  • Business Development, Mountrail Wiliams Electric Cooperative;BS, Mathmatics, DSU; Township Supervisor; President, Parshall 2000 Inc.; Director, Mountrail County Job Development Authority
  • Married (Kathy); 3 children; House since 2001

District 5

District 5 is located in the city of Minot.

Their District Chair is Bill Klimpel and can be reached at the following:

Bill Klimpel 

(701) 837-0614

bklimpel@yahoo.vom

1540 4th St. SW, Minot N.D.

District 5 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 6

District 6 is located in Renville, Bottineau and McHenry county.

Their District Chair is Terry Peterson and can be reached at the following:

Terry Peterson

(701) 721-7286

rsi5@srt.com

501 Main St. N., Velva N.D. 58790

District 6 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:

Senator David O’Connell

  • Address: 2624 County Road 30, Lansford, ND 58750; Telephone: 701-784-5441;E-Mail: doconnell@nd.gov; District: 6; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Farmer; Glenburn High School; MSU-Bottineau; Director, North Central Electric; Farmers Union; Farm Bureau; Bottineau Wildlife Club; Knights of Columbus; St. John’s Catholic Church.
  • Married (Ann); 3 children. House 1983-88. Senate since 1989.

Representative Bob Hunskor

  • Address: P.O. Box 1, Newburg, ND 58762; Telephone: 701-272-6283; E-Mail: bhunskor@nd.gov; District: 6; Party: Democrat

Committees

  • Standing: Education, Energy and Natural Resources
  • Procedural: Inaugural Planning
  • Interim: Education Funding and Taxation, Natural Resources, Transportation

Biography

  • Retired; Newburg Public School; Minot State College;US Army
  • Widower; 4 children; House since 2001

District 7

District 7 is located in Burleigh county.

Their District Chair is Warren Larson and can be reached at the following:

Warren Larson

(701) 751-2329 h

(701) 400-1628 c

wdlarson@bis.midco.net

District 7 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 8

District 8 is located in McLean and Burleigh county.

Their District Chair is Josh Kramer and can be reached at the following:

Josh Kramer

(701) 527-9192

joshkramer@hotmail.com

4013 Cedar Pl., Bismarck N.D.

District 8 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 9

District 9 is located in Rolette county.

Their District Chair is Tracy Boe and can be reached at the following:

Tracy Boe

(701) 656-3427

boefarms@utma.com

5125 89th St., Mylo, N.D.

District 9 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:

Senator Richard Marcellais

  • Address: RR 1, Box 267A, Belcourt, ND 58316; Telephone: 701-477-8985; E-Mail: rmarcellais@nd.gov; District: 9; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • AAS, Business Administration; Structural Drafting Degree; US Army, Vietnam Veteran; Chairman, Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa; Board, Turtle Mountain Community School; President, National Indian School Board Association; American Legion #262; NARFE Charter #2168.
  • Married (Betty); 2 children. Senate since 2007.

Representative Tracy Boe

  • Address: 5125 89th Street, Mylo, ND 58353; Telephone: 701-656-3427; E-Mail: tboe@nd.gov; District: 9; Party: Democrat

Committees

  • Standing: Agriculture, Industry, Business and Labor
  • Procedural:
  • Interim: Administrative Rules, Legislative Audit and Fiscal Review, Property Tax Measure Review

Biography

  • Farmer; President, Nothern Plains Electric Cooperative; President, Rolette County Economic Development; ND Farm Bureau; ND Farmers Union; ND Grain Growers; Our Saviors Lutheran Church
  • Married (Sandy); House since 2003

Representative Marvin Nelson 

  • Address: P.O. Box 577, Rolla, ND 58367; Telephone: 701-477-3422; E-Mail: menelson@nd.gov; District: 9; Party: Democrat

Committees

  • Standing:  Energy and Natural Resources, Industry, Business and Labor
  • Procedural:
  • Interim: Health Care Reform Review, Taxation

Biography

  • Agricultural Consultant; AS, Agriculture, NDSU; BBIF, BS, Entomology, NDSU;Church of the Lutheran Brethern in America; Ebenezer Lutheran Brethern Church of Rolette; ND Farm Bureau; ND Farmers Union; ND Agricultural Consultant’s Association
  • Married (Susan); 2 children; House since 2011

District 10

District 10 is located in Cavalier, Pembina and Walsh county.

Their District Chair is Bob Nowatzki and can be reached at the following:

Bob Nowatzki

(701) 256-0674

10773 County Rd. 6, Langdon N.D.

District 10 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 11

District 11 is located in the city of Fargo.

Their District Chair is Scott Mathern-Jacobson and can be reached at the following:

Scott Mathern-Jacobson

(701) 799-2076

scottmathernjacobson@gmail.com

District 11 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature: 

Senator Tim Mathern

  • Address: 429 16th Avenue South, Fargo, ND 58103; Telephone: 701-235-9817;E-Mail: tmathern@nd.gov; District: 11; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Director of Public Policy at Prairie St. John’s Hospital; BA, NDSU; MSW, University of Nebraska; MPA, Harvard University; Board, Bush Foundation; Advisory Council, UND SMHS Council of States Government Health Capacity Task Force; Metro Youth Partnership; Cass Clay Wholesome Food Cooperative; Suicide Prevention Coalition; Dakota Medical Foundation-Lend a Hand; Knights of Columbus; ARC Public Service Award; 2008 Democratic-NPL Candidate for Governor; Cupler Community Government Award.
  • Married (Lorene); 4 children. Senate since 1987.

Representative Scot Kelsh

  • Address: 1502 Sixth Street South, Fargo, ND 58103; Telephone: 701-297-6623;E-Mail: skelsh@nd.gov; District: 11; Party: Democrat

Committees

  • Standing: Energy and Natural Resources, Finance and Taxation
  • Procedural: Employment
  • Interim:  Energy Development and Transmission, Natural Resources

Biography

  • Firefighter; BS, Architecture, NDSU; ACYPL delegate to Ireland and Northern Ireland-2002; Board, Prairie Public Boradcasting; Past Member, Fargo Historic Preservation Commission; Past Member, Wind on the Wires; 1997 BILLD Fellow; Fargo PTA; FM Chapter, MN Association of Songwriters; International Association of Firefighters, Local 642; Nativity Church
  • Married (Katie); 4 children; House since 1996

Representative Ron Guggisberg

  • Address: 1621 17th Street South, Fargo, ND 58103; Telephone: 701-367-2478;E-Mail: rguggisberg@nd.gov; District: 11; Party: Democrat

Committees

  • Standing: Government and Veterans Affairs, Judiciary
  • Procedural:
  • Interim: Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations, Employee Benefits Programs

Biography

  • Fire Department Captain; Attending College
  • Married (Gayle); 2 children; House since 2011

District 12

District 12 is located in the city of Jamestown.

Their District Chair is Scott Sandness and can be reached at the following:

Scott Sandness

(701) 269-9434 h

(701) 952-5291 c

ssandness@hotmail.com

District 12 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:

Senator John Grabinger 

John Grabinger is running for the North Dakota Senate in District 12. John is a former City Councilman who served Jamestown for eight years. He has a strong family background in local Dem-NPL politics. John’s grandfather was a charter member of the NPL and his father Bob served as district chair for many years. He is a well-respected business owner in a well-established family business of Grabinger Marina. John approaches city matters by constantly siding with people, and is well respected for adhering to those basic principles of good effective government.

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Representative Jessica Haak 

Jessica Haak is running for the North Dakota House in District 12. She currently works at the North Dakota Farmers Union as the Membership Development Coordinator. Jessica serves as the co-president for the American Association of University Women (AAUW) and also serves on the North Dakota Women’s Network Board. She is also an avid volunteer for the Safe Shelter, drives Meals on Wheels and coaches Special Olympics Volleyball. Jessica also serves as a Deacon at the United Church of Christ in Jamestown.

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District 13

District 13 is located in the cities of Fargo and West Fargo.

Their District Chair is Mary Tintes and can be reached at the following:

Mary Tintes

(701) 238-0714

mctintes@msn.com

524 3rd St. E., West Fargo, N.D.

District 13 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:

District 14

District 14 is located in Pierce, Sheridan, Wells, Berson and Kidder counties.

Their District Chair is Ted Sitz and can be reached at the following:

Ted Sitz

(701) 324-4573 h

(701) 866-2401 c

tedsitz22@gmail.com

District 14 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature. 

District 15

District 15 is located in Towner and Ramsey County.

Their District Chair is Adam Leiphon and can be reached at the following:

Adam Leiphon

(701) 398-3067 h

(701) 351-3475 c

adam.leiphon@gmail.com

District 15 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature. 

District 16

District 16 is located in the City of Fargo.

Their District Chair is John Lund and can be reached at the following:

John Lund

(701) 281-1244 h

(701) 371-7921 c

jlund@pdssleep.com

District 16 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:

Senator Tyler Axness 

Tyler Axness is running for the North Dakota Senate in District 16. Tyler is a fifth generation North Dakotan, born in Devils Lake and living in Leeds before he moved to Fargo to attend North Dakota State University. He worked for Senator Byron Dorgan as a Field Representative until his retirement in 2010. He currently works as the Communication and Policy Coordinator for the Freedom Resource Center in Fargo. Tyler believes that for North Dakota to achieve its potential we need new leadership with fresh ideas, long term planning for solutions, and a collective focus on the true challenges our state faces.

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Representative Ben Hanson 

Ben Hanson is running for the North Dakota House in the new District 16. He grew up in Fargo and is a Fargo South High School graduate. Ben earned his bachelor’s degree from Minnesota State University Moorhead studying political science. He currently works as a Commercial Realtor for Keller Williams.Ben is running for the North Dakota House of Representatives because he wants to fight for West Fargo and Fargo.

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District 17

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North Dakota has 47 Legislative Districts, each comprised of one Senator and two Representatives. Each of these elected legislatures serve four year terms. Even numbered legislative districts are elected during General Election or Presidential Election years and odd numbered districts are elected on Mid-Term Election years. The North Dakota Democratic Party holds 14 of the  47 seats in the state senate and 23 of the  94 seats in the state house. These Senators & Representatives meet every two years for an 80 day legislative session in the Capitol City of Bismarck. To learn more about these districts and their representatives, click below.

North Dakota Legislative Districts

District 1

District 1 is located in the city of Williston. Their District Chair is Bruce Anderson and can be reached at the following: Bruce Anderson (701) 577-6327 brucea@wil.midco.net 923 7th Ave. W., Williston N.D. District 1 has no Dem-NPL representation in the North Dakota legislature.

District 2

District 2 is located in the city of Williston. Their District Chair is LuAnn Casler and can be reached at the following: LuAnn Casler (701) 572-8281 lcasler_2000@yahoo.com 411 149th Ave. NW, Williston N.D. District 2 has no Dem-NPL representation in the North Dakota legislature.

District 3

District 3 is located in the city of Minot on the eastern edge. Their District Chair is Bob Wolf and can be reached at the following: Bob Wolf (701) 838-4617 h (701) 500-2293 c wolf3462@gmail.com

District 3 has no Dem-NPL representation in the North Dakota legislature.

District 4

District 4 is located in Mountrail, Dunn and McLean county. Their District Chair is Mike Zimmerman and can be reached at the following: Mike Zimmerman (701) 337-5541 mikez@rtc.coop District 4 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature: John Warner – Senate

  • Address: 33200 331st Avenue SW, Ryder, ND 58779;
  • Telephone: 701-726-5663;
  • E-Mail: jwarner@nd.gov;
  • District: 4;
  • Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Farmer; BS, NDSU; BS, MSU; 1998 BILLD Fellow; Board, Minot Symphony Orchestra; Board, Ft. Stevenson Foundation; Farmers Union; St. John’s Lutheran Church.
  • Married (Janice); 4 children. House 1997-2003. Senate since 2005.

Kenton Onstad – House

  • Address: 3515 66th Avenue NW, Parshall, ND 58770;
  • Telephone: 701-862-3445;
  • E-Mail: konstad@nd.gov;
  • District: 4;
  • Party: Democrat

Committees

  • Standing: Judiciary, Transportation
  • Procedural:
  • Interim: Legislative Management, Tribal and State Relations, Water-Related Topics Overview

Biography

  • Business Development, Mountrail Wiliams Electric Cooperative;BS, Mathmatics, DSU; Township Supervisor; President, Parshall 2000 Inc.; Director, Mountrail County Job Development Authority
  • Married (Kathy); 3 children; House since 2001

District 5

District 5 is located in the city of Minot. Their District Chair is Bill Klimpel and can be reached at the following: Bill Klimpel  (701) 837-0614 bklimpel@yahoo.vom 1540 4th St. SW, Minot N.D. District 5 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 6

District 6 is located in Renville, Bottineau and McHenry county. Their District Chair is Terry Peterson and can be reached at the following: Terry Peterson (701) 721-7286 rsi5@srt.com 501 Main St. N., Velva N.D. 58790 District 6 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature: Senator David O’Connell

  • Address: 2624 County Road 30, Lansford, ND 58750; Telephone: 701-784-5441;E-Mail: doconnell@nd.gov; District: 6; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Farmer; Glenburn High School; MSU-Bottineau; Director, North Central Electric; Farmers Union; Farm Bureau; Bottineau Wildlife Club; Knights of Columbus; St. John’s Catholic Church.
  • Married (Ann); 3 children. House 1983-88. Senate since 1989.

Representative Bob Hunskor

  • Address: P.O. Box 1, Newburg, ND 58762; Telephone: 701-272-6283; E-Mail: bhunskor@nd.gov; District: 6; Party: Democrat

Committees

  • Standing: Education, Energy and Natural Resources
  • Procedural: Inaugural Planning
  • Interim: Education Funding and Taxation, Natural Resources, Transportation

Biography

  • Retired; Newburg Public School; Minot State College;US Army
  • Widower; 4 children; House since 2001

District 7

District 7 is located in Burleigh county. Their District Chair is Warren Larson and can be reached at the following: Warren Larson (701) 751-2329 h (701) 400-1628 c wdlarson@bis.midco.net District 7 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 8

District 8 is located in McLean and Burleigh county. Their District Chair is Josh Kramer and can be reached at the following: Josh Kramer (701) 527-9192 joshkramer@hotmail.com 4013 Cedar Pl., Bismarck N.D. District 8 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 9

District 9 is located in Rolette county. Their District Chair is Tracy Boe and can be reached at the following: Tracy Boe (701) 656-3427 boefarms@utma.com 5125 89th St., Mylo, N.D. District 9 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature: Senator Richard Marcellais

  • Address: RR 1, Box 267A, Belcourt, ND 58316; Telephone: 701-477-8985; E-Mail: rmarcellais@nd.gov; District: 9; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • AAS, Business Administration; Structural Drafting Degree; US Army, Vietnam Veteran; Chairman, Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa; Board, Turtle Mountain Community School; President, National Indian School Board Association; American Legion #262; NARFE Charter #2168.
  • Married (Betty); 2 children. Senate since 2007.

Representative Tracy Boe

  • Address: 5125 89th Street, Mylo, ND 58353; Telephone: 701-656-3427; E-Mail: tboe@nd.gov; District: 9; Party: Democrat

Committees

  • Standing: Agriculture, Industry, Business and Labor
  • Procedural:
  • Interim: Administrative Rules, Legislative Audit and Fiscal Review, Property Tax Measure Review

Biography

  • Farmer; President, Nothern Plains Electric Cooperative; President, Rolette County Economic Development; ND Farm Bureau; ND Farmers Union; ND Grain Growers; Our Saviors Lutheran Church
  • Married (Sandy); House since 2003

Representative Marvin Nelson 

  • Address: P.O. Box 577, Rolla, ND 58367; Telephone: 701-477-3422; E-Mail: menelson@nd.gov; District: 9; Party: Democrat

Committees

  • Standing:  Energy and Natural Resources, Industry, Business and Labor
  • Procedural:
  • Interim: Health Care Reform Review, Taxation

Biography

  • Agricultural Consultant; AS, Agriculture, NDSU; BBIF, BS, Entomology, NDSU;Church of the Lutheran Brethern in America; Ebenezer Lutheran Brethern Church of Rolette; ND Farm Bureau; ND Farmers Union; ND Agricultural Consultant’s Association
  • Married (Susan); 2 children; House since 2011

District 10

District 10 is located in Cavalier, Pembina and Walsh county. Their District Chair is Bob Nowatzki and can be reached at the following: Bob Nowatzki (701) 256-0674 10773 County Rd. 6, Langdon N.D. District 10 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 11

District 11 is located in the city of Fargo. Their District Chair is Scott Mathern-Jacobson and can be reached at the following: Scott Mathern-Jacobson (701) 799-2076 scottmathernjacobson@gmail.com District 11 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:  Senator Tim Mathern

  • Address: 429 16th Avenue South, Fargo, ND 58103; Telephone: 701-235-9817;E-Mail: tmathern@nd.gov; District: 11; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Director of Public Policy at Prairie St. John’s Hospital; BA, NDSU; MSW, University of Nebraska; MPA, Harvard University; Board, Bush Foundation; Advisory Council, UND SMHS Council of States Government Health Capacity Task Force; Metro Youth Partnership; Cass Clay Wholesome Food Cooperative; Suicide Prevention Coalition; Dakota Medical Foundation-Lend a Hand; Knights of Columbus; ARC Public Service Award; 2008 Democratic-NPL Candidate for Governor; Cupler Community Government Award.
  • Married (Lorene); 4 children. Senate since 1987.

Representative Scot Kelsh

  • Address: 1502 Sixth Street South, Fargo, ND 58103; Telephone: 701-297-6623;E-Mail: skelsh@nd.gov; District: 11; Party: Democrat

Committees

  • Standing: Energy and Natural Resources, Finance and Taxation
  • Procedural: Employment
  • Interim:  Energy Development and Transmission, Natural Resources

Biography

  • Firefighter; BS, Architecture, NDSU; ACYPL delegate to Ireland and Northern Ireland-2002; Board, Prairie Public Boradcasting; Past Member, Fargo Historic Preservation Commission; Past Member, Wind on the Wires; 1997 BILLD Fellow; Fargo PTA; FM Chapter, MN Association of Songwriters; International Association of Firefighters, Local 642; Nativity Church
  • Married (Katie); 4 children; House since 1996

Representative Ron Guggisberg

  • Address: 1621 17th Street South, Fargo, ND 58103; Telephone: 701-367-2478;E-Mail: rguggisberg@nd.gov; District: 11; Party: Democrat

Committees

  • Standing: Government and Veterans Affairs, Judiciary
  • Procedural:
  • Interim: Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations, Employee Benefits Programs

Biography

  • Fire Department Captain; Attending College
  • Married (Gayle); 2 children; House since 2011

District 12

District 12 is located in the city of Jamestown. Their District Chair is Scott Sandness and can be reached at the following: Scott Sandness (701) 269-9434 h (701) 952-5291 c ssandness@hotmail.com

District 12 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:

Senator John Grabinger  John Grabinger is running for the North Dakota Senate in District 12. John is a former City Councilman who served Jamestown for eight years. He has a strong family background in local Dem-NPL politics. John’s grandfather was a charter member of the NPL and his father Bob served as district chair for many years. He is a well-respected business owner in a well-established family business of Grabinger Marina. John approaches city matters by constantly siding with people, and is well respected for adhering to those basic principles of good effective government. Add John on Facebook Representative Jessica Haak  Jessica Haak is running for the North Dakota House in District 12. She currently works at the North Dakota Farmers Union as the Membership Development Coordinator. Jessica serves as the co-president for the American Association of University Women (AAUW) and also serves on the North Dakota Women’s Network Board. She is also an avid volunteer for the Safe Shelter, drives Meals on Wheels and coaches Special Olympics Volleyball. Jessica also serves as a Deacon at the United Church of Christ in Jamestown. Add Jessica on Facebook

District 13

District 13 is located in the cities of Fargo and West Fargo. Their District Chair is Mary Tintes and can be reached at the following: Mary Tintes (701) 238-0714 mctintes@msn.com 524 3rd St. E., West Fargo, N.D. District 13 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:

District 14

District 14 is located in Pierce, Sheridan, Wells, Berson and Kidder counties. Their District Chair is Ted Sitz and can be reached at the following: Ted Sitz (701) 324-4573 h (701) 866-2401 c tedsitz22@gmail.com District 14 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature. 

District 15

District 15 is located in Towner and Ramsey County. Their District Chair is Adam Leiphon and can be reached at the following: Adam Leiphon (701) 398-3067 h (701) 351-3475 c adam.leiphon@gmail.com District 15 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature. 

District 16

District 16 is located in the City of Fargo. Their District Chair is John Lund and can be reached at the following: John Lund (701) 281-1244 h (701) 371-7921 c jlund@pdssleep.com District 16 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature: Senator Tyler Axness  Tyler Axness is running for the North Dakota Senate in District 16. Tyler is a fifth generation North Dakotan, born in Devils Lake and living in Leeds before he moved to Fargo to attend North Dakota State University. He worked for Senator Byron Dorgan as a Field Representative until his retirement in 2010. He currently works as the Communication and Policy Coordinator for the Freedom Resource Center in Fargo. Tyler believes that for North Dakota to achieve its potential we need new leadership with fresh ideas, long term planning for solutions, and a collective focus on the true challenges our state faces. Tyler’s Official Website Like Tyler on Facebook Representative Ben Hanson  Ben Hanson is running for the North Dakota House in the new District 16. He grew up in Fargo and is a Fargo South High School graduate. Ben earned his bachelor’s degree from Minnesota State University Moorhead studying political science. He currently works as a Commercial Realtor for Keller Williams.Ben is running for the North Dakota House of Representatives because he wants to fight for West Fargo and Fargo. Ben’s Official Website Like Ben on Facebook

District 17

District 17 is located in the City of Grand Forks. Their District Chair is Tom Potter and can be reached at the following: Tom Potter (701) 746-5893 tompotter@gra.midco.net District 17 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 18

District 18 is located in the City of Grand Forks. Their District Chair is Jennifer Barnes and can be reached at the following: Jennifer Barnes (218) 791-1129 jennifer.e.barnes@gmail.com 1516 1/2 14th St., Grand Forks, N.D. District 18 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature: Senator Connie Triplett 

  • Address: P.O. Box 5178, Grand Forks, ND 58206; Telephone: 701-772-8009;E-Mail: ctriplett@nd.gov; District: 18; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Attorney; BA, Political Science, UND; JD, University of Minnesota School of Law; Grand Forks County Commissioner 1993-2008; State Bar Association of ND; Executive Committee, Grand Forks Region Economic Development Corporation; 2007 Public Service Board, State Bar Association of ND; 2007 Outstanding Public Service Award, ND Petroleum Council; Board, Valley Health; ND Recipient “Building Disaster-Resistant Communities” Leadership Award, FEMA & NACO.
  • Married (Gerald Groenewald); 2 sons; 1 step-son. Senate since 2003.

Like District 18 on Facebook Representative Eliot Glassheim 

  • Address: 619 North Third Street, Grand Forks, ND 58203; Telephone: 701-772-8840; E-Mail: eglassheim@nd.gov; District: 18; Party: Democrat

Committees

  • Standing: Appropriations – Government Operations Division
  • Procedural: Correction and Revision of the Journal
  • Interim: Budget Section, Commission on Alternatives to Incarceration, Health Care Reform Review

Biography

  • Owner, Dr. Eliot’s Twice Sold Tales; BS, Wesleyan University; MA, PhD, University of New Mexico; Former Policy Analyst, Northern Great Plains Inc.; Former Grant writer, ND Museum of Art; Former Office Manager, Senator Quentin Burdick; Editor, Voices from the Flood; “Traceability of Agricultural Products”; Behind the Scenes: Leadership in a Natural Disaster; Renewing the Countryside – ND; Author, Foreign Exchange (poems); The Restless Giant (poems); Vice President, Grand Forks City Council;Board, ND Humanities Council; Board, Grand Forks Symphony; Board, Grand Forks Public Library; Board, Red River Valley Habitat for Humanity; Board, New North Neighborhood Association.
  • Married (Dyan Rey); 2 children. House since 1993.

Like District 18 on Facebook Representative Marie Strinden  Marie Strinden is running for the North Dakota House in District 18. Marie is the Executive Director of the North Valley Arts Council and serves on the Grand Forks Library Board. Previously, she was a small business owner, managing the Lone Fargoan, a production and talent management company in New York City and The Gym on Kittson, a private training studio in downtown Grand Forks. Marie was raised in North Dakota, holds a bachelor of Fine Arts from New York University, and is pursuing a Masters of Business Administration through Walden University. Add Marie on Facebook Like District 18 on Facebook

District 19

District 19 is located in the outside the city of Grand Forks. Their District Chair is Julius Wangler and can be reached at the following: Julius Wangler 701-360-1000 jandpwangler@gmail.com

15427 County Rd. 11, Grafton, ND 58237

District 19 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature: 

District 20

District 20 is located in Traill, Grand Forks and Cass County. Their District Chair is Carol Siegert and can be reached at the following: Carol Siegert (701) 874-2228 csiegert@polarcomm.com Box 305, Hunter N.D. District 20 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature: Senator Phil Murphy 

  • Address: 1212 Parke Avenue, Portland, ND 58274; Telephone: 701-430-9043;E-Mail: pmmurphy@nd.gov; District: 20; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Teacher of Economics, History, Government, Geography, and Psychology; Fargo South Graduate; BA, History and Education, St. John’s University; MA Counseling, NDSU; Board, Viking Township (20 years); Volunteer Fireman (11 years); Mayville Golf Board.
  • Married (Michelle); 3 children. Senate since 2011.

Representative Gail Mooney  Gail Mooney is running for the North Dakota House in District 20. Gail is a small business owner and community advocate and leader in Cummings, ND. She is involved in many community organizations surrounding her rural Cummings home and holds a leadership position on the Traill County Economic Development Commission. Currently, Gail serves as a Commissioner for District 3 of Traill County. She and her husband, Walter, own MoonShot Photography. Together, they have raised two children. Representative Rick Holman 

  • Address: 622 153rd Avenue NE, Mayville, ND 58257; Telephone: 701-788-2081;E-Mailrholman@nd.govDistrict: 20; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Retired, Teacher, Farmer, Professor; High School, Clifford, ND; BS, Math/Science Ed., Mayville State University; MS Math Ed., Bemidji State University; Ed.D, Teaching and Learning, UND; Trail County Economic Development Commission; Area Health Ed. Consortium; Red River Human Services Foundation; Gran Lutheran Church Council; Mayville SU Distinguished Alumni and Professor Emeritus; NDEA; Mayville-Port Lions; Hillsboro Kiwanis; Goose River Masonic Lodge.
  • Married (Marilyn); 3 children. Senate since 2009.

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District 21

District 21 is located in Cass County and East of Fargo. Their District Chair is Kyle Locket and can be reached at the following: Kyle Locket (701) 429-1510 kyle.locket@gmail.com District 21 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:  Senator Carolyn Nelson

  • Address: 1 Second Stree South #5-402, Fargo, ND 58103
  • Telephone: 701-235-5161
  • E-Mail: cnelson@nd.gov
  • District: 21
  • Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Senior Lecturer, Emeritus of Mathematics, NDSU; BS & MS, NDSU; First Vice President, National Federation of Music Clubs; Board, Consensus Council, Inc.; Board, Lewis & Clark Ft. Mandan Foundation; Past President, Fargo Board of Education; Past President, ND Federation of Music Clubs; Past President, ND PTA; American Guild of English Handbell Ringers; LWV; AAUW; First United Methodist Church.
  • Married (Gil); 3 children; 9 grandchildren. House 1987-1993; Senate since 1995.
Representative Kathy Hogan
  • Address: 710 South University Drive, Fargo, ND 58103
  • Telephone: 701-235-1916
  • E-Mail: khogan@nd.gov
  • District: 21
  • Party: Democrat

Committees

  • Standing: Judiciary, Transportation
  • Procedural:
  • Interim: Health Services, Human Services

Biography

  • Retired; BS, Jamestown College; MS, NDSU
  • Married (Dennis); 2 children; House since 2009

Representative Steve Zaiser 

  • Address: 802 Seventh Street South, Fargo, ND 58103
  • Telephone: 701-866-1814
  • E-Mail: szaiser@nd.gov
  • District: 21
  • Party: Democrat

Committees

  • Standing: Finance and Taxation, Political Subdivisions
  • Procedural:
  • Interim: Judiciary, Property Tax Measure Review

Biography

  • Retired, Part-time freelance writer and events promoter;BA American Studies; Graduate classes in planning and public administration from NDSU; Humphrey Institute at the University of MN; F-M Heritage Socity; Charter Board Member, MN Rivers Council; Executive Director and Co-Founder of River Keepers
  • 2 childrenHouse since 2003

District 22

District 22 is located in Cass County and West of Fargo. Their District Chair is Gerald Moderow and can be reached at the following: Gerald Moderow (701) 347-4848 superm@casselton.net 3768 175th Ave. S.E., Casselton, N.D. District 22 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 23

District 23 is located in Eddy, Benson, Nelson, Griggs and Steele County. Their District Chair is Jason Berquist and can be reached at the following: Susan Bergquist (701) 247-2970 sandh@polarcomm.com Distict 23 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature: Senator Joan Heckaman

  • Address: 322 Second Avenue North, New rockford, ND 58356
  • Telephone: 701-947-2106
  • E-Mail: jheckaman@nd.gov
  • District: 23
  • Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • High School Math Teacher; BS in Education, Valley City State University; MS in Special Education, Minot State University; Chair, United Methodist Church; Board, Central ND Steam Threshers; Eagles Auxiliary; New Rockford Golf Club; Quilt Guild; State Autism Task Force.
  • Married (Dewey); 4 children. Senate since 2007.

District 24

District 24 is located in Barnes and Ransom County and South of Valley City. Their District Chair is Steve Anderson and can be reached at the following: Steve Anderson (701) 845-6930 svsc@valleycity.net 506 4th Ave. S.W., Valley City, N.D. District 24 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature: Senator Larry Robinson  Larry Robinson has served in the North Dakota Senate since elected in 1988. He is the Executive Director of University Advancement at Valley City State University in Valley City, ND. Larry has served on the Appropriations and Delayed Bills Committees most recently in the 2011 Regular Session. Larry is the past president of the Valley City Area Chamber of Commerce; Elks; Eagles; Knights of Columbus; Kiwanis; Barnes County Wildlife Federation; Valley City Area Chamber of Commerce; Governor’s Alcohol & Drug Prevents Advisory Task Force; Barnes County Meth Task Force; Board, Mental Health America; Drug Court Advisory Committee; St. Catherine’s Catholic Church; Legislative Council 1991-2005. Larry is married to Mary lee and together they have two children. Join the District 24 Democrats Group on Facebook Representative Naomi Muscha Naomi Muscha is running for the North Dakota House in District 24. Naomi is a former teacher for Kindred, Leonard and Enderlin area high schools, and has lived in Enderlin since 1968. She is very involved with a group of people from her church, Faith Assembly of God in Lisbon and First Lutheran Church of Enderlin on mission trips and projects to Bustamante, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. She is married to Michael and together they have four children and 13 grandchildren. Join the District 24 Democrats Group on Facebook Add Naomi on Facebook

District 25

District 25 is located in Richland County and North of Wahpeton. Their District Chair is Cash Aaland and can be reached at the following: Cash Aaland 701.200.9433 NDdistrict25chair@gmail.com District 25 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:  Representative Clark Williams

  • Address: 112 Third Avenue North, Wahpeton, ND 58075: Telephone: 701-642-4951; E-Mailcdwilliams@nd.govDistrict: 25; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Retired after 38 years in Education, the last 32 years at Wahpeton Senior High; Lidgerwoord High School; BS, VCSU; MA, NDSU; Former Co-Chair, 25th District NPL Party; Wahpeton Eagles.
  • Married (Gail); 2 children. House 1983-87, since 2003.

District 26

District 26 is located in Dickey, Sargent, Ransom and Richland County and North of Forman. Their District Chair is Paul Anderson and can be reached at the following: Paul Anderson (701) 261-4638 pander@drtel.net PO Box 27, Rutland N.D. District 26 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature: Senator Jim Dotzenrod

  • Address: P.O. Box 69, Wyndmere, ND 58081; Telephone: 701-439-2427; E-Mail: jdotzenrod@nd.gov; District: 26; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Farmer; BS, Engineering, NDSU; Air Force; ND National Guard; American Legion; Wyndmere Lutheran
  • 2 children. Senate since 1978-94; since 2009

Representative Jerry Kelsh

  • Address: P.O. Box 27, Fullerton, ND 58441; Telephone: 701-375-7521; E-Mailjkelsh@nd.govDistrict: 26; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Retired; Fullerton High School; BS and BA, UND; School Board; County Commissioner; County Jobs Development; Board Member Regional RE and D.
  • Married (Ramona); 3 children. Senate 1984-2002; House since 2008.

Representative Bill Amerman 

  • Address: P.O. Box 43, Forman, ND 58032; Telephone: 701-724-3833; E-Mailbamerman@nd.govDistrict: 26; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Fab Operator, Bobcat Co., Gwinner; Sargent Central High School; Business Management, NDSCS; Vietnam Veteran; Past President, PACE LOCAL 7-560; Commander, Legion Post 83, Forman; Lifetime member VFW, Milnor.
  • Married (Roslyn); 2 children. House since 2003.

District 27

District 27 is located in Cass County and South of Fargo. Their District Chair is Brandon Solberg and can be reached at the following: Brandon Solberg (701) 793-1173 brandonsolberge@yahoo.com District 27 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 28

District 28 is located in Emmons, Burleigh, Logan, McIntosh and Dicey County. District 28 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:

District 29

District 29 is located in Stutsman, Foster and LaMoure County and North of Jamestown. Their District Chair is Jill Shaffer and can be reached at the following: Jill Shaffer (701) 952-1665 h (701) 368-8972 c jasnddem@outlook.com District 29 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 30

District 30 is located in Burleigh County and South Bismarck. Their District Chair is Brandon Schiwal and can be reached at the following: Brandon Schiwal (701) 541-0794 District 30 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 31

District 31 is located in Hettinger, Grant, Morton and Sioux County. Their District Chair is Wes Niederman and can be reached at the following: Wes Niederman (701) 522-3226 wniederman@ndfu.org 9075 65th Ave. SW, Morristown, N.D. District 31 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 32

District 32 is located in South-Central Bismarck County. Their District Chair is Wanda Rose and can be reached at the following: Wanda Rose (701) 222-2327 justducky@bis.midco.net 1429 Pocatello Dr., Bismarck N.D District 32 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the north Dakota legislature.

District 33

District 33 is located in Mercer, Oliver and Morton County. Their District Chair is Jesse Krieger and can be reached at the following: Jesse Krieger (701) 745-3240 jkrieger@westriv.com District 33 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 34

District 34 is located in the City of Mandan. Their District Chair is Lori Furaus and can be reached at the following: Lori Furaus (701) 214-0092 lori_lu86@yahoo.com 300 13th St NW apt #1, Mandan ND District 34 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 35

District 35 is located in the City of Bismarck. Their District Chair is Ondine Baird and can be reached at the following: Ondine Baird 701-471-8491 d35chair@demnpl.org District 35 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 36

District 36 is located in Dunn, Stark, Morton and Hettinger County. Their District Chair is Dean Meyer can be reached at the following: Dean Meyer (701) 225-2736 figurefour@msn.com 4301 Hwy 22, Dickinson N.D. District 36 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 37

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North Dakota has 47 Legislative Districts, each comprised of one Senator and two Representatives. Each of these elected legislatures serve four year terms. Even numbered legislative districts are elected during General Election or Presidential Election years and odd numbered districts are elected on Mid-Term Election years. The North Dakota Democratic Party holds 14 of the  47 seats in the state senate and 23 of the  94 seats in the state house. These Senators & Representatives meet every two years for an 80 day legislative session in the Capitol City of Bismarck. To learn more about these districts and their representatives, click below.

North Dakota Legislative Districts

District 1

District 1 is located in the city of Williston. Their District Chair is Bruce Anderson and can be reached at the following: Bruce Anderson (701) 577-6327 brucea@wil.midco.net 923 7th Ave. W., Williston N.D. District 1 has no Dem-NPL representation in the North Dakota legislature.

District 2

District 2 is located in the city of Williston. Their District Chair is LuAnn Casler and can be reached at the following: LuAnn Casler (701) 572-8281 lcasler_2000@yahoo.com 411 149th Ave. NW, Williston N.D. District 2 has no Dem-NPL representation in the North Dakota legislature.

District 3

District 3 is located in the city of Minot on the eastern edge. Their District Chair is Bob Wolf and can be reached at the following: Bob Wolf (701) 838-4617 h (701) 500-2293 c wolf3462@gmail.com

District 3 has no Dem-NPL representation in the North Dakota legislature.

District 4

District 4 is located in Mountrail, Dunn and McLean county. Their District Chair is Mike Zimmerman and can be reached at the following: Mike Zimmerman (701) 337-5541 mikez@rtc.coop District 4 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature: John Warner – Senate

  • Address: 33200 331st Avenue SW, Ryder, ND 58779;
  • Telephone: 701-726-5663;
  • E-Mail: jwarner@nd.gov;
  • District: 4;
  • Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Farmer; BS, NDSU; BS, MSU; 1998 BILLD Fellow; Board, Minot Symphony Orchestra; Board, Ft. Stevenson Foundation; Farmers Union; St. John’s Lutheran Church.
  • Married (Janice); 4 children. House 1997-2003. Senate since 2005.

Kenton Onstad – House

  • Address: 3515 66th Avenue NW, Parshall, ND 58770;
  • Telephone: 701-862-3445;
  • E-Mail: konstad@nd.gov;
  • District: 4;
  • Party: Democrat

Committees

  • Standing: Judiciary, Transportation
  • Procedural:
  • Interim: Legislative Management, Tribal and State Relations, Water-Related Topics Overview

Biography

  • Business Development, Mountrail Wiliams Electric Cooperative;BS, Mathmatics, DSU; Township Supervisor; President, Parshall 2000 Inc.; Director, Mountrail County Job Development Authority
  • Married (Kathy); 3 children; House since 2001

District 5

District 5 is located in the city of Minot. Their District Chair is Bill Klimpel and can be reached at the following: Bill Klimpel  (701) 837-0614 bklimpel@yahoo.vom 1540 4th St. SW, Minot N.D. District 5 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 6

District 6 is located in Renville, Bottineau and McHenry county. Their District Chair is Terry Peterson and can be reached at the following: Terry Peterson (701) 721-7286 rsi5@srt.com 501 Main St. N., Velva N.D. 58790 District 6 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature: Senator David O’Connell

  • Address: 2624 County Road 30, Lansford, ND 58750; Telephone: 701-784-5441;E-Mail: doconnell@nd.gov; District: 6; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Farmer; Glenburn High School; MSU-Bottineau; Director, North Central Electric; Farmers Union; Farm Bureau; Bottineau Wildlife Club; Knights of Columbus; St. John’s Catholic Church.
  • Married (Ann); 3 children. House 1983-88. Senate since 1989.

Representative Bob Hunskor

  • Address: P.O. Box 1, Newburg, ND 58762; Telephone: 701-272-6283; E-Mail: bhunskor@nd.gov; District: 6; Party: Democrat

Committees

  • Standing: Education, Energy and Natural Resources
  • Procedural: Inaugural Planning
  • Interim: Education Funding and Taxation, Natural Resources, Transportation

Biography

  • Retired; Newburg Public School; Minot State College;US Army
  • Widower; 4 children; House since 2001

District 7

District 7 is located in Burleigh county. Their District Chair is Warren Larson and can be reached at the following: Warren Larson (701) 751-2329 h (701) 400-1628 c wdlarson@bis.midco.net District 7 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 8

District 8 is located in McLean and Burleigh county. Their District Chair is Josh Kramer and can be reached at the following: Josh Kramer (701) 527-9192 joshkramer@hotmail.com 4013 Cedar Pl., Bismarck N.D. District 8 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 9

District 9 is located in Rolette county. Their District Chair is Tracy Boe and can be reached at the following: Tracy Boe (701) 656-3427 boefarms@utma.com 5125 89th St., Mylo, N.D. District 9 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature: Senator Richard Marcellais

  • Address: RR 1, Box 267A, Belcourt, ND 58316; Telephone: 701-477-8985; E-Mail: rmarcellais@nd.gov; District: 9; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • AAS, Business Administration; Structural Drafting Degree; US Army, Vietnam Veteran; Chairman, Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa; Board, Turtle Mountain Community School; President, National Indian School Board Association; American Legion #262; NARFE Charter #2168.
  • Married (Betty); 2 children. Senate since 2007.

Representative Tracy Boe

  • Address: 5125 89th Street, Mylo, ND 58353; Telephone: 701-656-3427; E-Mail: tboe@nd.gov; District: 9; Party: Democrat

Committees

  • Standing: Agriculture, Industry, Business and Labor
  • Procedural:
  • Interim: Administrative Rules, Legislative Audit and Fiscal Review, Property Tax Measure Review

Biography

  • Farmer; President, Nothern Plains Electric Cooperative; President, Rolette County Economic Development; ND Farm Bureau; ND Farmers Union; ND Grain Growers; Our Saviors Lutheran Church
  • Married (Sandy); House since 2003

Representative Marvin Nelson 

  • Address: P.O. Box 577, Rolla, ND 58367; Telephone: 701-477-3422; E-Mail: menelson@nd.gov; District: 9; Party: Democrat

Committees

  • Standing:  Energy and Natural Resources, Industry, Business and Labor
  • Procedural:
  • Interim: Health Care Reform Review, Taxation

Biography

  • Agricultural Consultant; AS, Agriculture, NDSU; BBIF, BS, Entomology, NDSU;Church of the Lutheran Brethern in America; Ebenezer Lutheran Brethern Church of Rolette; ND Farm Bureau; ND Farmers Union; ND Agricultural Consultant’s Association
  • Married (Susan); 2 children; House since 2011

District 10

District 10 is located in Cavalier, Pembina and Walsh county. Their District Chair is Bob Nowatzki and can be reached at the following: Bob Nowatzki (701) 256-0674 10773 County Rd. 6, Langdon N.D. District 10 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 11

District 11 is located in the city of Fargo. Their District Chair is Scott Mathern-Jacobson and can be reached at the following: Scott Mathern-Jacobson (701) 799-2076 scottmathernjacobson@gmail.com District 11 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:  Senator Tim Mathern

  • Address: 429 16th Avenue South, Fargo, ND 58103; Telephone: 701-235-9817;E-Mail: tmathern@nd.gov; District: 11; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Director of Public Policy at Prairie St. John’s Hospital; BA, NDSU; MSW, University of Nebraska; MPA, Harvard University; Board, Bush Foundation; Advisory Council, UND SMHS Council of States Government Health Capacity Task Force; Metro Youth Partnership; Cass Clay Wholesome Food Cooperative; Suicide Prevention Coalition; Dakota Medical Foundation-Lend a Hand; Knights of Columbus; ARC Public Service Award; 2008 Democratic-NPL Candidate for Governor; Cupler Community Government Award.
  • Married (Lorene); 4 children. Senate since 1987.

Representative Scot Kelsh

  • Address: 1502 Sixth Street South, Fargo, ND 58103; Telephone: 701-297-6623;E-Mail: skelsh@nd.gov; District: 11; Party: Democrat

Committees

  • Standing: Energy and Natural Resources, Finance and Taxation
  • Procedural: Employment
  • Interim:  Energy Development and Transmission, Natural Resources

Biography

  • Firefighter; BS, Architecture, NDSU; ACYPL delegate to Ireland and Northern Ireland-2002; Board, Prairie Public Boradcasting; Past Member, Fargo Historic Preservation Commission; Past Member, Wind on the Wires; 1997 BILLD Fellow; Fargo PTA; FM Chapter, MN Association of Songwriters; International Association of Firefighters, Local 642; Nativity Church
  • Married (Katie); 4 children; House since 1996

Representative Ron Guggisberg

  • Address: 1621 17th Street South, Fargo, ND 58103; Telephone: 701-367-2478;E-Mail: rguggisberg@nd.gov; District: 11; Party: Democrat

Committees

  • Standing: Government and Veterans Affairs, Judiciary
  • Procedural:
  • Interim: Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations, Employee Benefits Programs

Biography

  • Fire Department Captain; Attending College
  • Married (Gayle); 2 children; House since 2011

District 12

District 12 is located in the city of Jamestown. Their District Chair is Scott Sandness and can be reached at the following: Scott Sandness (701) 269-9434 h (701) 952-5291 c ssandness@hotmail.com

District 12 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:

Senator John Grabinger  John Grabinger is running for the North Dakota Senate in District 12. John is a former City Councilman who served Jamestown for eight years. He has a strong family background in local Dem-NPL politics. John’s grandfather was a charter member of the NPL and his father Bob served as district chair for many years. He is a well-respected business owner in a well-established family business of Grabinger Marina. John approaches city matters by constantly siding with people, and is well respected for adhering to those basic principles of good effective government. Add John on Facebook Representative Jessica Haak  Jessica Haak is running for the North Dakota House in District 12. She currently works at the North Dakota Farmers Union as the Membership Development Coordinator. Jessica serves as the co-president for the American Association of University Women (AAUW) and also serves on the North Dakota Women’s Network Board. She is also an avid volunteer for the Safe Shelter, drives Meals on Wheels and coaches Special Olympics Volleyball. Jessica also serves as a Deacon at the United Church of Christ in Jamestown. Add Jessica on Facebook

District 13

District 13 is located in the cities of Fargo and West Fargo. Their District Chair is Mary Tintes and can be reached at the following: Mary Tintes (701) 238-0714 mctintes@msn.com 524 3rd St. E., West Fargo, N.D. District 13 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:

District 14

District 14 is located in Pierce, Sheridan, Wells, Berson and Kidder counties. Their District Chair is Ted Sitz and can be reached at the following: Ted Sitz (701) 324-4573 h (701) 866-2401 c tedsitz22@gmail.com District 14 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature. 

District 15

District 15 is located in Towner and Ramsey County. Their District Chair is Adam Leiphon and can be reached at the following: Adam Leiphon (701) 398-3067 h (701) 351-3475 c adam.leiphon@gmail.com District 15 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature. 

District 16

District 16 is located in the City of Fargo. Their District Chair is John Lund and can be reached at the following: John Lund (701) 281-1244 h (701) 371-7921 c jlund@pdssleep.com District 16 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature: Senator Tyler Axness  Tyler Axness is running for the North Dakota Senate in District 16. Tyler is a fifth generation North Dakotan, born in Devils Lake and living in Leeds before he moved to Fargo to attend North Dakota State University. He worked for Senator Byron Dorgan as a Field Representative until his retirement in 2010. He currently works as the Communication and Policy Coordinator for the Freedom Resource Center in Fargo. Tyler believes that for North Dakota to achieve its potential we need new leadership with fresh ideas, long term planning for solutions, and a collective focus on the true challenges our state faces. Tyler’s Official Website Like Tyler on Facebook Representative Ben Hanson  Ben Hanson is running for the North Dakota House in the new District 16. He grew up in Fargo and is a Fargo South High School graduate. Ben earned his bachelor’s degree from Minnesota State University Moorhead studying political science. He currently works as a Commercial Realtor for Keller Williams.Ben is running for the North Dakota House of Representatives because he wants to fight for West Fargo and Fargo. Ben’s Official Website Like Ben on Facebook

District 17

District 17 is located in the City of Grand Forks. Their District Chair is Tom Potter and can be reached at the following: Tom Potter (701) 746-5893 tompotter@gra.midco.net District 17 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 18

District 18 is located in the City of Grand Forks. Their District Chair is Jennifer Barnes and can be reached at the following: Jennifer Barnes (218) 791-1129 jennifer.e.barnes@gmail.com 1516 1/2 14th St., Grand Forks, N.D. District 18 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature: Senator Connie Triplett 

  • Address: P.O. Box 5178, Grand Forks, ND 58206; Telephone: 701-772-8009;E-Mail: ctriplett@nd.gov; District: 18; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Attorney; BA, Political Science, UND; JD, University of Minnesota School of Law; Grand Forks County Commissioner 1993-2008; State Bar Association of ND; Executive Committee, Grand Forks Region Economic Development Corporation; 2007 Public Service Board, State Bar Association of ND; 2007 Outstanding Public Service Award, ND Petroleum Council; Board, Valley Health; ND Recipient “Building Disaster-Resistant Communities” Leadership Award, FEMA & NACO.
  • Married (Gerald Groenewald); 2 sons; 1 step-son. Senate since 2003.

Like District 18 on Facebook Representative Eliot Glassheim 

  • Address: 619 North Third Street, Grand Forks, ND 58203; Telephone: 701-772-8840; E-Mail: eglassheim@nd.gov; District: 18; Party: Democrat

Committees

  • Standing: Appropriations – Government Operations Division
  • Procedural: Correction and Revision of the Journal
  • Interim: Budget Section, Commission on Alternatives to Incarceration, Health Care Reform Review

Biography

  • Owner, Dr. Eliot’s Twice Sold Tales; BS, Wesleyan University; MA, PhD, University of New Mexico; Former Policy Analyst, Northern Great Plains Inc.; Former Grant writer, ND Museum of Art; Former Office Manager, Senator Quentin Burdick; Editor, Voices from the Flood; “Traceability of Agricultural Products”; Behind the Scenes: Leadership in a Natural Disaster; Renewing the Countryside – ND; Author, Foreign Exchange (poems); The Restless Giant (poems); Vice President, Grand Forks City Council;Board, ND Humanities Council; Board, Grand Forks Symphony; Board, Grand Forks Public Library; Board, Red River Valley Habitat for Humanity; Board, New North Neighborhood Association.
  • Married (Dyan Rey); 2 children. House since 1993.

Like District 18 on Facebook Representative Marie Strinden  Marie Strinden is running for the North Dakota House in District 18. Marie is the Executive Director of the North Valley Arts Council and serves on the Grand Forks Library Board. Previously, she was a small business owner, managing the Lone Fargoan, a production and talent management company in New York City and The Gym on Kittson, a private training studio in downtown Grand Forks. Marie was raised in North Dakota, holds a bachelor of Fine Arts from New York University, and is pursuing a Masters of Business Administration through Walden University. Add Marie on Facebook Like District 18 on Facebook

District 19

District 19 is located in the outside the city of Grand Forks. Their District Chair is Julius Wangler and can be reached at the following: Julius Wangler 701-360-1000 jandpwangler@gmail.com

15427 County Rd. 11, Grafton, ND 58237

District 19 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature: 

District 20

District 20 is located in Traill, Grand Forks and Cass County. Their District Chair is Carol Siegert and can be reached at the following: Carol Siegert (701) 874-2228 csiegert@polarcomm.com Box 305, Hunter N.D. District 20 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature: Senator Phil Murphy 

  • Address: 1212 Parke Avenue, Portland, ND 58274; Telephone: 701-430-9043;E-Mail: pmmurphy@nd.gov; District: 20; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Teacher of Economics, History, Government, Geography, and Psychology; Fargo South Graduate; BA, History and Education, St. John’s University; MA Counseling, NDSU; Board, Viking Township (20 years); Volunteer Fireman (11 years); Mayville Golf Board.
  • Married (Michelle); 3 children. Senate since 2011.

Representative Gail Mooney  Gail Mooney is running for the North Dakota House in District 20. Gail is a small business owner and community advocate and leader in Cummings, ND. She is involved in many community organizations surrounding her rural Cummings home and holds a leadership position on the Traill County Economic Development Commission. Currently, Gail serves as a Commissioner for District 3 of Traill County. She and her husband, Walter, own MoonShot Photography. Together, they have raised two children. Representative Rick Holman 

  • Address: 622 153rd Avenue NE, Mayville, ND 58257; Telephone: 701-788-2081;E-Mailrholman@nd.govDistrict: 20; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Retired, Teacher, Farmer, Professor; High School, Clifford, ND; BS, Math/Science Ed., Mayville State University; MS Math Ed., Bemidji State University; Ed.D, Teaching and Learning, UND; Trail County Economic Development Commission; Area Health Ed. Consortium; Red River Human Services Foundation; Gran Lutheran Church Council; Mayville SU Distinguished Alumni and Professor Emeritus; NDEA; Mayville-Port Lions; Hillsboro Kiwanis; Goose River Masonic Lodge.
  • Married (Marilyn); 3 children. Senate since 2009.

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District 21

District 21 is located in Cass County and East of Fargo. Their District Chair is Kyle Locket and can be reached at the following: Kyle Locket (701) 429-1510 kyle.locket@gmail.com District 21 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:  Senator Carolyn Nelson

  • Address: 1 Second Stree South #5-402, Fargo, ND 58103
  • Telephone: 701-235-5161
  • E-Mail: cnelson@nd.gov
  • District: 21
  • Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Senior Lecturer, Emeritus of Mathematics, NDSU; BS & MS, NDSU; First Vice President, National Federation of Music Clubs; Board, Consensus Council, Inc.; Board, Lewis & Clark Ft. Mandan Foundation; Past President, Fargo Board of Education; Past President, ND Federation of Music Clubs; Past President, ND PTA; American Guild of English Handbell Ringers; LWV; AAUW; First United Methodist Church.
  • Married (Gil); 3 children; 9 grandchildren. House 1987-1993; Senate since 1995.
Representative Kathy Hogan
  • Address: 710 South University Drive, Fargo, ND 58103
  • Telephone: 701-235-1916
  • E-Mail: khogan@nd.gov
  • District: 21
  • Party: Democrat

Committees

  • Standing: Judiciary, Transportation
  • Procedural:
  • Interim: Health Services, Human Services

Biography

  • Retired; BS, Jamestown College; MS, NDSU
  • Married (Dennis); 2 children; House since 2009

Representative Steve Zaiser 

  • Address: 802 Seventh Street South, Fargo, ND 58103
  • Telephone: 701-866-1814
  • E-Mail: szaiser@nd.gov
  • District: 21
  • Party: Democrat

Committees

  • Standing: Finance and Taxation, Political Subdivisions
  • Procedural:
  • Interim: Judiciary, Property Tax Measure Review

Biography

  • Retired, Part-time freelance writer and events promoter;BA American Studies; Graduate classes in planning and public administration from NDSU; Humphrey Institute at the University of MN; F-M Heritage Socity; Charter Board Member, MN Rivers Council; Executive Director and Co-Founder of River Keepers
  • 2 childrenHouse since 2003

District 22

District 22 is located in Cass County and West of Fargo. Their District Chair is Gerald Moderow and can be reached at the following: Gerald Moderow (701) 347-4848 superm@casselton.net 3768 175th Ave. S.E., Casselton, N.D. District 22 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 23

District 23 is located in Eddy, Benson, Nelson, Griggs and Steele County. Their District Chair is Jason Berquist and can be reached at the following: Susan Bergquist (701) 247-2970 sandh@polarcomm.com Distict 23 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature: Senator Joan Heckaman

  • Address: 322 Second Avenue North, New rockford, ND 58356
  • Telephone: 701-947-2106
  • E-Mail: jheckaman@nd.gov
  • District: 23
  • Party: Democrat

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Biography

  • High School Math Teacher; BS in Education, Valley City State University; MS in Special Education, Minot State University; Chair, United Methodist Church; Board, Central ND Steam Threshers; Eagles Auxiliary; New Rockford Golf Club; Quilt Guild; State Autism Task Force.
  • Married (Dewey); 4 children. Senate since 2007.

District 24

District 24 is located in Barnes and Ransom County and South of Valley City. Their District Chair is Steve Anderson and can be reached at the following: Steve Anderson (701) 845-6930 svsc@valleycity.net 506 4th Ave. S.W., Valley City, N.D. District 24 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature: Senator Larry Robinson  Larry Robinson has served in the North Dakota Senate since elected in 1988. He is the Executive Director of University Advancement at Valley City State University in Valley City, ND. Larry has served on the Appropriations and Delayed Bills Committees most recently in the 2011 Regular Session. Larry is the past president of the Valley City Area Chamber of Commerce; Elks; Eagles; Knights of Columbus; Kiwanis; Barnes County Wildlife Federation; Valley City Area Chamber of Commerce; Governor’s Alcohol & Drug Prevents Advisory Task Force; Barnes County Meth Task Force; Board, Mental Health America; Drug Court Advisory Committee; St. Catherine’s Catholic Church; Legislative Council 1991-2005. Larry is married to Mary lee and together they have two children. Join the District 24 Democrats Group on Facebook Representative Naomi Muscha Naomi Muscha is running for the North Dakota House in District 24. Naomi is a former teacher for Kindred, Leonard and Enderlin area high schools, and has lived in Enderlin since 1968. She is very involved with a group of people from her church, Faith Assembly of God in Lisbon and First Lutheran Church of Enderlin on mission trips and projects to Bustamante, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. She is married to Michael and together they have four children and 13 grandchildren. Join the District 24 Democrats Group on Facebook Add Naomi on Facebook

District 25

District 25 is located in Richland County and North of Wahpeton. Their District Chair is Cash Aaland and can be reached at the following: Cash Aaland 701.200.9433 NDdistrict25chair@gmail.com District 25 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:  Representative Clark Williams

  • Address: 112 Third Avenue North, Wahpeton, ND 58075: Telephone: 701-642-4951; E-Mailcdwilliams@nd.govDistrict: 25; Party: Democrat

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Biography

  • Retired after 38 years in Education, the last 32 years at Wahpeton Senior High; Lidgerwoord High School; BS, VCSU; MA, NDSU; Former Co-Chair, 25th District NPL Party; Wahpeton Eagles.
  • Married (Gail); 2 children. House 1983-87, since 2003.

District 26

District 26 is located in Dickey, Sargent, Ransom and Richland County and North of Forman. Their District Chair is Paul Anderson and can be reached at the following: Paul Anderson (701) 261-4638 pander@drtel.net PO Box 27, Rutland N.D. District 26 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature: Senator Jim Dotzenrod

  • Address: P.O. Box 69, Wyndmere, ND 58081; Telephone: 701-439-2427; E-Mail: jdotzenrod@nd.gov; District: 26; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Farmer; BS, Engineering, NDSU; Air Force; ND National Guard; American Legion; Wyndmere Lutheran
  • 2 children. Senate since 1978-94; since 2009

Representative Jerry Kelsh

  • Address: P.O. Box 27, Fullerton, ND 58441; Telephone: 701-375-7521; E-Mailjkelsh@nd.govDistrict: 26; Party: Democrat

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Biography

  • Retired; Fullerton High School; BS and BA, UND; School Board; County Commissioner; County Jobs Development; Board Member Regional RE and D.
  • Married (Ramona); 3 children. Senate 1984-2002; House since 2008.

Representative Bill Amerman 

  • Address: P.O. Box 43, Forman, ND 58032; Telephone: 701-724-3833; E-Mailbamerman@nd.govDistrict: 26; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Fab Operator, Bobcat Co., Gwinner; Sargent Central High School; Business Management, NDSCS; Vietnam Veteran; Past President, PACE LOCAL 7-560; Commander, Legion Post 83, Forman; Lifetime member VFW, Milnor.
  • Married (Roslyn); 2 children. House since 2003.

District 27

District 27 is located in Cass County and South of Fargo. Their District Chair is Brandon Solberg and can be reached at the following: Brandon Solberg (701) 793-1173 brandonsolberge@yahoo.com District 27 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 28

District 28 is located in Emmons, Burleigh, Logan, McIntosh and Dicey County. District 28 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:

District 29

District 29 is located in Stutsman, Foster and LaMoure County and North of Jamestown. Their District Chair is Jill Shaffer and can be reached at the following: Jill Shaffer (701) 952-1665 h (701) 368-8972 c jasnddem@outlook.com District 29 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 30

District 30 is located in Burleigh County and South Bismarck. Their District Chair is Brandon Schiwal and can be reached at the following: Brandon Schiwal (701) 541-0794 District 30 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 31

District 31 is located in Hettinger, Grant, Morton and Sioux County. Their District Chair is Wes Niederman and can be reached at the following: Wes Niederman (701) 522-3226 wniederman@ndfu.org 9075 65th Ave. SW, Morristown, N.D. District 31 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 32

District 32 is located in South-Central Bismarck County. Their District Chair is Wanda Rose and can be reached at the following: Wanda Rose (701) 222-2327 justducky@bis.midco.net 1429 Pocatello Dr., Bismarck N.D District 32 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the north Dakota legislature.

District 33

District 33 is located in Mercer, Oliver and Morton County. Their District Chair is Jesse Krieger and can be reached at the following: Jesse Krieger (701) 745-3240 jkrieger@westriv.com District 33 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 34

District 34 is located in the City of Mandan. Their District Chair is Lori Furaus and can be reached at the following: Lori Furaus (701) 214-0092 lori_lu86@yahoo.com 300 13th St NW apt #1, Mandan ND District 34 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 35

District 35 is located in the City of Bismarck. Their District Chair is Ondine Baird and can be reached at the following: Ondine Baird 701-471-8491 d35chair@demnpl.org District 35 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 36

District 36 is located in Dunn, Stark, Morton and Hettinger County. Their District Chair is Dean Meyer can be reached at the following: Dean Meyer (701) 225-2736 figurefour@msn.com 4301 Hwy 22, Dickinson N.D. District 36 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 37

District 37 is located in the City of Dickinson. Their District Chair is Mandy Kubik can be reached at the following: Mandy Kubik (701) 799-3494 kubik.amanda@gmail.com 942 9th Ave. W., Dickinson N.D. District 37 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 38

District 38 is located in Ward County and North West of Minot. Their District Chair is Clarice Granzotto can be reached at the following: Clarice Granzotto (701) 852-4623 h (701) 822-2487 c granzotto@srt.com District 38 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 39

District 39 is located in McKenzie, Golden Valley, Billings, Slope, Bowman, Dunns and Adams County. Their District Chair is Stephanie Pretzer can be reached at the following: Stephanie Pretzer (701) 206-1084 spretzer01@hamlineuniversity.edu 907 1st Ave. N., Scranton ND 58653 District 39 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 40

District 40 is located in Ward County and Northeast of Minot. Their District Chair is Bruce Anderson can be reached at the following: Bruce Anderson (701) 728-6533 banderson@srt.com 13500 42nd St. NE, Glenburn ND District 40 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 41

District 41 is located in the City of Fargo. Their District Chair is Nancy Hodur can be reached at the following: Nancy Hodur (701) 361-3628 nancy.hodur@ideaone.net 2915 40th Ave. S., Fargo N.D. District 41 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 42

District 42 is located in the City of Grand Forks. Their District Chair is Sherryl Weisenberger can be reached at the following: Sherryl Weisenberger (701) 739-0087 govettinusa@gra.midco.net 335 N. 50th St., Grand Forks, N.D. District 42 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature: Senator Mac Schneider 

  • Address: 1806 University Avenue, Grand Forks, ND 58203: Telephone: 701-610-6092: E-Mail: macschneider@nd.gov: District: 42: Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Attorney; BA, UND; JD, Georgetown University Law Center
  • Married (Crystal), 1 child. Senate since 2009

Mac’s official website Like Max on Facebook Representative Kylie Oversen  Kylie Oversen is running for the North Dakota House in District 42. Originally from Killdeer, North Dakota, Kylie graduated from UND with bachelor’s degrees in Social Work and Social Sciences. She was elected UND Student Body President in 2011 and served her term until March of 2012. During her time in Student Government at UND, she and her cabinet worked hard to increase transparency in student fees at UND. She currently works with the UND Alumni Association in Grand Forks. Kylie’s official website Like Kylie on Facebook Follow Kylie on Twitter Representative Corey Mock 

  • Address: P.O. Box 12542, Grand Forks, ND 58208; Telephone: 701-732-0085;E-Mail: 701-732-0085; District: 42; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Executive Director, Third Street Clinic; BA History (Magna Cum Laude), UND; MA, Community and Urban Development, UND; Rotary International; Grand Forks/East Grand Forks Chamber of Commerce; Sons of Norway; ND Farmers Union; Greater Grand Forks Young Professionals; United Way Health Task Force; Grand Forks Mayor’s Cabinet on Young People; Grand Forks Mayor’s Cabinet on Health and Human Services; Board, ND Leadership Seminar; American Legion Boys State Staff; Circle of Friends Humane Society; Secretary of Kennedy Memorial Foundation.
  • House since 2009.

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District 43

District 43 is located in the City of Grand Forks. Their District Chair is Chris Grieve can be reached at the following: Chris Grieve (319) 400-1603 d43chair@demnpl.org 3802 15th Ave S, Grand Forks, ND District 43 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature: Representative Lois Delmore 

  • Address: 714 South 22nd Street, Grand Forks, ND 58201; Telephone: 701-772-8428; E-Mailldelmore@nd.govDistrict: 43; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • English Teacher, Red River High School; Oberon High School; UND; Board, Crime Victims Services; Chair, Judiciary Interim Committee; Midwest Elections Task Force; 2001 Flemming Fellow; Lottery Commission; ND Drug and Alcohol Commission; Court Services Future Planning Committee; Higher Education Round Table; Steering Committee, International Legislators Forum.
  • Married (Michael); 1 child. House since 1995.

District 44

District 44 is located in the City of Fargo. Their District Chair is Rick Olek can be reached at the following: Rick Olek (701) 235-9336 h (701) 371-3070 c rbyanks@yahoo.com 221 22nd Ave N, Fargo, ND District 44 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature: Representative Joshua Boschee  Joshua Boschee is running for the North Dakota House in District 44. Joshua was born and raised in Minot, ND and graduated from Bishop Ryan High School and then attended North Dakota State University where he received a Bachelors degree in Political Science and Masters degree in Educational Leadership. He is very involved in the greater Fargo-Moorhead community; currently he serves on the Fargo Human Relations Commission, the Board of Directors for the Fargo Theatre and is an active volunteer with the Pride Collective and Community Center. As an active member of our community, Joshua is  inspired by the individual and collective contributions each one of us makes to our families, friends and neighbors have the opportunity to live, learn, work and play in a community that respects all individuals and families. Josh’s official website Like Josh on Facebook Follow Josh on Twitter Like District 44 on Facebook

District 45

District 45 is located in the City of Fargo. Their District Chair is John Maddock can be reached at the following: John Maddock (909) 645-3823 jnmaddoc@yahoo.com 9 35th Ave NE, Fargo, ND District 45 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature: Representative Ed Gruchalla 

  • Address: 3256 Evergreen Circle, Fargo, ND 58102; Telephone: 701-866-2305;E-Mailegruchalla@nd.govDistrict: 45; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Investigations and Sales; BS, Education, VCSU; Northwest School of Police Staff and Command Graduate; US Navy; Retired ND Highway Patrol; “Flame of Hope” Award, Special Olympics; State Director, Law Enforcement Torch Run; American Legion; AmVets.
  • Married (Rennae); 3 children. House since 2007.

District 46

District 46 is located in the City of Fargo. Their District Chair is Scott Stofferahn can be reached at the following: Scott Stofferahn (701) 799-0891 sjstofferahn@gmail.com 1739 37th Ave. S., Fargo N.D. District 46 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature: Senator George Sinner  George Sinner is running for the North Dakota Senate in District 46. He was born in Fargo, and raised and attended school in Casselton, ND, the second child of George A. and E. Jane Sinner. George graduated from the University of North Dakota with a degree in Political Science before beginning his career in banking. For the past 13 years he has been a partner in American Federal Bank in Fargo working as an Ag/Business banker. He is married to Margaret Jo Lamb and together they have two children. George’s official website Like George on Facebook Follow George on Twitter District 46 Democrat’s official website

District 47

District 47 is located in the City of Bismarck. Their District Chair is Brent Edison can be reached at the following: Brent Edison (701) 222-2721 brentedison@bis.midco.net 2616 Astronaut Dr., Bismarck N.D. District 47 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

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District 38

District 38 is located in Ward County and North West of Minot. Their District Chair is Clarice Granzotto can be reached at the following: Clarice Granzotto (701) 852-4623 h (701) 822-2487 c granzotto@srt.com District 38 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 39

District 39 is located in McKenzie, Golden Valley, Billings, Slope, Bowman, Dunns and Adams County. Their District Chair is Stephanie Pretzer can be reached at the following: Stephanie Pretzer (701) 206-1084 spretzer01@hamlineuniversity.edu 907 1st Ave. N., Scranton ND 58653 District 39 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 40

District 40 is located in Ward County and Northeast of Minot. Their District Chair is Bruce Anderson can be reached at the following: Bruce Anderson (701) 728-6533 banderson@srt.com 13500 42nd St. NE, Glenburn ND District 40 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 41

District 41 is located in the City of Fargo. Their District Chair is Nancy Hodur can be reached at the following: Nancy Hodur (701) 361-3628 nancy.hodur@ideaone.net 2915 40th Ave. S., Fargo N.D. District 41 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 42

District 42 is located in the City of Grand Forks. Their District Chair is Sherryl Weisenberger can be reached at the following: Sherryl Weisenberger (701) 739-0087 govettinusa@gra.midco.net 335 N. 50th St., Grand Forks, N.D. District 42 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature: Senator Mac Schneider 

  • Address: 1806 University Avenue, Grand Forks, ND 58203: Telephone: 701-610-6092: E-Mail: macschneider@nd.gov: District: 42: Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Attorney; BA, UND; JD, Georgetown University Law Center
  • Married (Crystal), 1 child. Senate since 2009

Mac’s official website Like Max on Facebook Representative Kylie Oversen  Kylie Oversen is running for the North Dakota House in District 42. Originally from Killdeer, North Dakota, Kylie graduated from UND with bachelor’s degrees in Social Work and Social Sciences. She was elected UND Student Body President in 2011 and served her term until March of 2012. During her time in Student Government at UND, she and her cabinet worked hard to increase transparency in student fees at UND. She currently works with the UND Alumni Association in Grand Forks. Kylie’s official website Like Kylie on Facebook Follow Kylie on Twitter Representative Corey Mock 

  • Address: P.O. Box 12542, Grand Forks, ND 58208; Telephone: 701-732-0085;E-Mail: 701-732-0085; District: 42; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Executive Director, Third Street Clinic; BA History (Magna Cum Laude), UND; MA, Community and Urban Development, UND; Rotary International; Grand Forks/East Grand Forks Chamber of Commerce; Sons of Norway; ND Farmers Union; Greater Grand Forks Young Professionals; United Way Health Task Force; Grand Forks Mayor’s Cabinet on Young People; Grand Forks Mayor’s Cabinet on Health and Human Services; Board, ND Leadership Seminar; American Legion Boys State Staff; Circle of Friends Humane Society; Secretary of Kennedy Memorial Foundation.
  • House since 2009.

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District 43

District 43 is located in the City of Grand Forks. Their District Chair is Chris Grieve can be reached at the following: Chris Grieve (319) 400-1603 d43chair@demnpl.org 3802 15th Ave S, Grand Forks, ND District 43 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature: Representative Lois Delmore 

  • Address: 714 South 22nd Street, Grand Forks, ND 58201; Telephone: 701-772-8428; E-Mailldelmore@nd.govDistrict: 43; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • English Teacher, Red River High School; Oberon High School; UND; Board, Crime Victims Services; Chair, Judiciary Interim Committee; Midwest Elections Task Force; 2001 Flemming Fellow; Lottery Commission; ND Drug and Alcohol Commission; Court Services Future Planning Committee; Higher Education Round Table; Steering Committee, International Legislators Forum.
  • Married (Michael); 1 child. House since 1995.

District 44

District 44 is located in the City of Fargo. Their District Chair is Rick Olek can be reached at the following: Rick Olek (701) 235-9336 h (701) 371-3070 c rbyanks@yahoo.com 221 22nd Ave N, Fargo, ND District 44 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature: Representative Joshua Boschee  Joshua Boschee is running for the North Dakota House in District 44. Joshua was born and raised in Minot, ND and graduated from Bishop Ryan High School and then attended North Dakota State University where he received a Bachelors degree in Political Science and Masters degree in Educational Leadership. He is very involved in the greater Fargo-Moorhead community; currently he serves on the Fargo Human Relations Commission, the Board of Directors for the Fargo Theatre and is an active volunteer with the Pride Collective and Community Center. As an active member of our community, Joshua is  inspired by the individual and collective contributions each one of us makes to our families, friends and neighbors have the opportunity to live, learn, work and play in a community that respects all individuals and families. Josh’s official website Like Josh on Facebook Follow Josh on Twitter Like District 44 on Facebook

District 45

District 45 is located in the City of Fargo. Their District Chair is John Maddock can be reached at the following: John Maddock (909) 645-3823 jnmaddoc@yahoo.com 9 35th Ave NE, Fargo, ND District 45 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature: Representative Ed Gruchalla 

  • Address: 3256 Evergreen Circle, Fargo, ND 58102; Telephone: 701-866-2305;E-Mailegruchalla@nd.govDistrict: 45; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Investigations and Sales; BS, Education, VCSU; Northwest School of Police Staff and Command Graduate; US Navy; Retired ND Highway Patrol; “Flame of Hope” Award, Special Olympics; State Director, Law Enforcement Torch Run; American Legion; AmVets.
  • Married (Rennae); 3 children. House since 2007.

District 46

District 46 is located in the City of Fargo. Their District Chair is Scott Stofferahn can be reached at the following: Scott Stofferahn (701) 799-0891 sjstofferahn@gmail.com 1739 37th Ave. S., Fargo N.D. District 46 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature: Senator George Sinner  George Sinner is running for the North Dakota Senate in District 46. He was born in Fargo, and raised and attended school in Casselton, ND, the second child of George A. and E. Jane Sinner. George graduated from the University of North Dakota with a degree in Political Science before beginning his career in banking. For the past 13 years he has been a partner in American Federal Bank in Fargo working as an Ag/Business banker. He is married to Margaret Jo Lamb and together they have two children. George’s official website Like George on Facebook Follow George on Twitter District 46 Democrat’s official website

District 47

District 47 is located in the City of Bismarck. Their District Chair is Brent Edison can be reached at the following: Brent Edison (701) 222-2721 brentedison@bis.midco.net 2616 Astronaut Dr., Bismarck N.D. District 47 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

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District 18

District 18 is located in the City of Grand Forks.

Their District Chair is Jennifer Barnes and can be reached at the following:

Jennifer Barnes

(218) 791-1129

jennifer.e.barnes@gmail.com

1516 1/2 14th St., Grand Forks, N.D.

District 18 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:

Senator Connie Triplett 

  • Address: P.O. Box 5178, Grand Forks, ND 58206; Telephone: 701-772-8009;E-Mail: ctriplett@nd.gov; District: 18; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Attorney; BA, Political Science, UND; JD, University of Minnesota School of Law; Grand Forks County Commissioner 1993-2008; State Bar Association of ND; Executive Committee, Grand Forks Region Economic Development Corporation; 2007 Public Service Board, State Bar Association of ND; 2007 Outstanding Public Service Award, ND Petroleum Council; Board, Valley Health; ND Recipient “Building Disaster-Resistant Communities” Leadership Award, FEMA & NACO.
  • Married (Gerald Groenewald); 2 sons; 1 step-son. Senate since 2003.

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Representative Eliot Glassheim 

  • Address: 619 North Third Street, Grand Forks, ND 58203; Telephone: 701-772-8840; E-Mail: eglassheim@nd.gov; District: 18; Party: Democrat

Committees

  • Standing: Appropriations – Government Operations Division
  • Procedural: Correction and Revision of the Journal
  • Interim: Budget Section, Commission on Alternatives to Incarceration, Health Care Reform Review

Biography

  • Owner, Dr. Eliot’s Twice Sold Tales; BS, Wesleyan University; MA, PhD, University of New Mexico; Former Policy Analyst, Northern Great Plains Inc.; Former Grant writer, ND Museum of Art; Former Office Manager, Senator Quentin Burdick; Editor, Voices from the Flood; “Traceability of Agricultural Products”; Behind the Scenes: Leadership in a Natural Disaster; Renewing the Countryside – ND; Author, Foreign Exchange (poems); The Restless Giant (poems); Vice President, Grand Forks City Council;Board, ND Humanities Council; Board, Grand Forks Symphony; Board, Grand Forks Public Library; Board, Red River Valley Habitat for Humanity; Board, New North Neighborhood Association.
  • Married (Dyan Rey); 2 children. House since 1993.

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Representative Marie Strinden 

Marie Strinden is running for the North Dakota House in District 18. Marie is the Executive Director of the North Valley Arts Council and serves on the Grand Forks Library Board. Previously, she was a small business owner, managing the Lone Fargoan, a production and talent management company in New York City and The Gym on Kittson, a private training studio in downtown Grand Forks. Marie was raised in North Dakota, holds a bachelor of Fine Arts from New York University, and is pursuing a Masters of Business Administration through Walden University.

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District 19

District 19 is located in the outside the city of Grand Forks.

Their District Chair is Julius Wangler and can be reached at the following:

Julius Wangler

701-360-1000

jandpwangler@gmail.com

15427 County Rd. 11, Grafton, ND 58237

District 19 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature: 

District 20

District 20 is located in Traill, Grand Forks and Cass County.

Their District Chair is Carol Siegert and can be reached at the following:

Carol Siegert

(701) 874-2228

csiegert@polarcomm.com

Box 305, Hunter N.D.

District 20 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:

Senator Phil Murphy 

  • Address: 1212 Parke Avenue, Portland, ND 58274; Telephone: 701-430-9043;E-Mail: pmmurphy@nd.gov; District: 20; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Teacher of Economics, History, Government, Geography, and Psychology; Fargo South Graduate; BA, History and Education, St. John’s University; MA Counseling, NDSU; Board, Viking Township (20 years); Volunteer Fireman (11 years); Mayville Golf Board.
  • Married (Michelle); 3 children. Senate since 2011.

Representative Gail Mooney 

Gail Mooney is running for the North Dakota House in District 20. Gail is a small business owner and community advocate and leader in Cummings, ND. She is involved in many community organizations surrounding her rural Cummings home and holds a leadership position on the Traill County Economic Development Commission. Currently, Gail serves as a Commissioner for District 3 of Traill County. She and her husband, Walter, own MoonShot Photography. Together, they have raised two children.

Representative Rick Holman 

  • Address: 622 153rd Avenue NE, Mayville, ND 58257; Telephone: 701-788-2081;E-Mailrholman@nd.govDistrict: 20; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Retired, Teacher, Farmer, Professor; High School, Clifford, ND; BS, Math/Science Ed., Mayville State University; MS Math Ed., Bemidji State University; Ed.D, Teaching and Learning, UND; Trail County Economic Development Commission; Area Health Ed. Consortium; Red River Human Services Foundation; Gran Lutheran Church Council; Mayville SU Distinguished Alumni and Professor Emeritus; NDEA; Mayville-Port Lions; Hillsboro Kiwanis; Goose River Masonic Lodge.
  • Married (Marilyn); 3 children. Senate since 2009.

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District 21

District 21 is located in Cass County and East of Fargo.

Their District Chair is Kyle Locket and can be reached at the following:

Kyle Locket

(701) 429-1510

kyle.locket@gmail.com

District 21 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature: 

Senator Carolyn Nelson

  • Address: 1 Second Stree South #5-402, Fargo, ND 58103
  • Telephone: 701-235-5161
  • E-Mail: cnelson@nd.gov
  • District: 21
  • Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Senior Lecturer, Emeritus of Mathematics, NDSU; BS & MS, NDSU; First Vice President, National Federation of Music Clubs; Board, Consensus Council, Inc.; Board, Lewis & Clark Ft. Mandan Foundation; Past President, Fargo Board of Education; Past President, ND Federation of Music Clubs; Past President, ND PTA; American Guild of English Handbell Ringers; LWV; AAUW; First United Methodist Church.
  • Married (Gil); 3 children; 9 grandchildren. House 1987-1993; Senate since 1995.
Representative Kathy Hogan
  • Address: 710 South University Drive, Fargo, ND 58103
  • Telephone: 701-235-1916
  • E-Mail: khogan@nd.gov
  • District: 21
  • Party: Democrat

Committees

  • Standing: Judiciary, Transportation
  • Procedural:
  • Interim: Health Services, Human Services

Biography

  • Retired; BS, Jamestown College; MS, NDSU
  • Married (Dennis); 2 children; House since 2009

Representative Steve Zaiser 

  • Address: 802 Seventh Street South, Fargo, ND 58103
  • Telephone: 701-866-1814
  • E-Mail: szaiser@nd.gov
  • District: 21
  • Party: Democrat

Committees

  • Standing: Finance and Taxation, Political Subdivisions
  • Procedural:
  • Interim: Judiciary, Property Tax Measure Review

Biography

  • Retired, Part-time freelance writer and events promoter;BA American Studies; Graduate classes in planning and public administration from NDSU; Humphrey Institute at the University of MN; F-M Heritage Socity; Charter Board Member, MN Rivers Council; Executive Director and Co-Founder of River Keepers
  • 2 childrenHouse since 2003

District 22

District 22 is located in Cass County and West of Fargo.

Their District Chair is Gerald Moderow and can be reached at the following:

Gerald Moderow

(701) 347-4848

superm@casselton.net

3768 175th Ave. S.E., Casselton, N.D.

District 22 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 23

District 23 is located in Eddy, Benson, Nelson, Griggs and Steele County.

Their District Chair is Jason Berquist and can be reached at the following:

Susan Bergquist

(701) 247-2970

sandh@polarcomm.com

Distict 23 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:

Senator Joan Heckaman

  • Address: 322 Second Avenue North, New rockford, ND 58356
  • Telephone: 701-947-2106
  • E-Mail: jheckaman@nd.gov
  • District: 23
  • Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • High School Math Teacher; BS in Education, Valley City State University; MS in Special Education, Minot State University; Chair, United Methodist Church; Board, Central ND Steam Threshers; Eagles Auxiliary; New Rockford Golf Club; Quilt Guild; State Autism Task Force.
  • Married (Dewey); 4 children. Senate since 2007.

District 24

District 24 is located in Barnes and Ransom County and South of Valley City.

Their District Chair is Steve Anderson and can be reached at the following:

Steve Anderson

(701) 845-6930

svsc@valleycity.net

506 4th Ave. S.W., Valley City, N.D.

District 24 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:

Senator Larry Robinson 

Larry Robinson has served in the North Dakota Senate since elected in 1988. He is the Executive Director of University Advancement at Valley City State University in Valley City, ND. Larry has served on the Appropriations and Delayed Bills Committees most recently in the 2011 Regular Session. Larry is the past president of the Valley City Area Chamber of Commerce; Elks; Eagles; Knights of Columbus; Kiwanis; Barnes County Wildlife Federation; Valley City Area Chamber of Commerce; Governor’s Alcohol & Drug Prevents Advisory Task Force; Barnes County Meth Task Force; Board, Mental Health America; Drug Court Advisory Committee; St. Catherine’s Catholic Church; Legislative Council 1991-2005. Larry is married to Mary lee and together they have two children.

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Representative Naomi Muscha

Naomi Muscha is running for the North Dakota House in District 24. Naomi is a former teacher for Kindred, Leonard and Enderlin area high schools, and has lived in Enderlin since 1968. She is very involved with a group of people from her church, Faith Assembly of God in Lisbon and First Lutheran Church of Enderlin on mission trips and projects to Bustamante, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. She is married to Michael and together they have four children and 13 grandchildren.

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District 25

District 25 is located in Richland County and North of Wahpeton.

Their District Chair is Cash Aaland and can be reached at the following:

Cash Aaland

701.200.9433

NDdistrict25chair@gmail.com

District 25 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature: 

Representative Clark Williams

  • Address: 112 Third Avenue North, Wahpeton, ND 58075: Telephone: 701-642-4951; E-Mailcdwilliams@nd.govDistrict: 25; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Retired after 38 years in Education, the last 32 years at Wahpeton Senior High; Lidgerwoord High School; BS, VCSU; MA, NDSU; Former Co-Chair, 25th District NPL Party; Wahpeton Eagles.
  • Married (Gail); 2 children. House 1983-87, since 2003.

District 26

District 26 is located in Dickey, Sargent, Ransom and Richland County and North of Forman.

Their District Chair is Paul Anderson and can be reached at the following:

Paul Anderson

(701) 261-4638

pander@drtel.net

PO Box 27, Rutland N.D.

District 26 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:

Senator Jim Dotzenrod

  • Address: P.O. Box 69, Wyndmere, ND 58081; Telephone: 701-439-2427; E-Mail: jdotzenrod@nd.gov; District: 26; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Farmer; BS, Engineering, NDSU; Air Force; ND National Guard; American Legion; Wyndmere Lutheran
  • 2 children. Senate since 1978-94; since 2009

Representative Jerry Kelsh

  • Address: P.O. Box 27, Fullerton, ND 58441; Telephone: 701-375-7521; E-Mailjkelsh@nd.govDistrict: 26; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Retired; Fullerton High School; BS and BA, UND; School Board; County Commissioner; County Jobs Development; Board Member Regional RE and D.
  • Married (Ramona); 3 children. Senate 1984-2002; House since 2008.

Representative Bill Amerman 

  • Address: P.O. Box 43, Forman, ND 58032; Telephone: 701-724-3833; E-Mailbamerman@nd.govDistrict: 26; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Fab Operator, Bobcat Co., Gwinner; Sargent Central High School; Business Management, NDSCS; Vietnam Veteran; Past President, PACE LOCAL 7-560; Commander, Legion Post 83, Forman; Lifetime member VFW, Milnor.
  • Married (Roslyn); 2 children. House since 2003.

District 27

District 27 is located in Cass County and South of Fargo.

Their District Chair is Brandon Solberg and can be reached at the following:

Brandon Solberg

(701) 793-1173

brandonsolberge@yahoo.com

District 27 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 28

District 28 is located in Emmons, Burleigh, Logan, McIntosh and Dicey County.

District 28 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:

District 29

District 29 is located in Stutsman, Foster and LaMoure County and North of Jamestown.

Their District Chair is Jill Shaffer and can be reached at the following:

Jill Shaffer

(701) 952-1665 h

(701) 368-8972 c

jasnddem@outlook.com

District 29 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 30

District 30 is located in Burleigh County and South Bismarck.

Their District Chair is Brandon Schiwal and can be reached at the following:

Brandon Schiwal

(701) 541-0794

District 30 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 31

District 31 is located in Hettinger, Grant, Morton and Sioux County.

Their District Chair is Wes Niederman and can be reached at the following:

Wes Niederman

(701) 522-3226

wniederman@ndfu.org

9075 65th Ave. SW, Morristown, N.D.

District 31 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 32

District 32 is located in South-Central Bismarck County.

Their District Chair is Wanda Rose and can be reached at the following:

Wanda Rose

(701) 222-2327

justducky@bis.midco.net

1429 Pocatello Dr., Bismarck N.D

District 32 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the north Dakota legislature.

District 33

District 33 is located in Mercer, Oliver and Morton County.

Their District Chair is Jesse Krieger and can be reached at the following:

Jesse Krieger

(701) 745-3240

jkrieger@westriv.com

District 33 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 34

District 34 is located in the City of Mandan.

Their District Chair is Lori Furaus and can be reached at the following:

Lori Furaus

(701) 214-0092

lori_lu86@yahoo.com

300 13th St NW apt #1, Mandan ND

District 34 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 35

District 35 is located in the City of Bismarck.

Their District Chair is Ondine Baird and can be reached at the following:

Ondine Baird

701-471-8491

d35chair@demnpl.org

District 35 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 36

District 36 is located in Dunn, Stark, Morton and Hettinger County.

Their District Chair is Dean Meyer can be reached at the following:

Dean Meyer

(701) 225-2736

figurefour@msn.com

4301 Hwy 22, Dickinson N.D.

District 36 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 37

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North Dakota has 47 Legislative Districts, each comprised of one Senator and two Representatives. Each of these elected legislatures serve four year terms. Even numbered legislative districts are elected during General Election or Presidential Election years and odd numbered districts are elected on Mid-Term Election years.

The North Dakota Democratic Party holds 14 of the  47 seats in the state senate and 23 of the  94 seats in the state house.

These Senators & Representatives meet every two years for an 80 day legislative session in the Capitol City of Bismarck.

To learn more about these districts and their representatives, click below.

North Dakota Legislative Districts

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District 1

District 1 is located in the city of Williston.

Their District Chair is Bruce Anderson and can be reached at the following:

Bruce Anderson

(701) 577-6327

brucea@wil.midco.net

923 7th Ave. W., Williston N.D.

District 1 has no Dem-NPL representation in the North Dakota legislature.

District 2

District 2 is located in the city of Williston.

Their District Chair is LuAnn Casler and can be reached at the following:

LuAnn Casler

(701) 572-8281

lcasler_2000@yahoo.com

411 149th Ave. NW, Williston N.D.

District 2 has no Dem-NPL representation in the North Dakota legislature.

District 3

District 3 is located in the city of Minot on the eastern edge.

Their District Chair is Bob Wolf and can be reached at the following:

Bob Wolf

(701) 838-4617 h

(701) 500-2293 c

wolf3462@gmail.com

District 3 has no Dem-NPL representation in the North Dakota legislature.

District 4

District 4 is located in Mountrail, Dunn and McLean county.

Their District Chair is Mike Zimmerman and can be reached at the following:

Mike Zimmerman

(701) 337-5541

mikez@rtc.coop

District 4 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:

John Warner – Senate

  • Address: 33200 331st Avenue SW, Ryder, ND 58779;
  • Telephone: 701-726-5663;
  • E-Mail: jwarner@nd.gov;
  • District: 4;
  • Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Farmer; BS, NDSU; BS, MSU; 1998 BILLD Fellow; Board, Minot Symphony Orchestra; Board, Ft. Stevenson Foundation; Farmers Union; St. John’s Lutheran Church.
  • Married (Janice); 4 children. House 1997-2003. Senate since 2005.

Kenton Onstad – House

  • Address: 3515 66th Avenue NW, Parshall, ND 58770;
  • Telephone: 701-862-3445;
  • E-Mail: konstad@nd.gov;
  • District: 4;
  • Party: Democrat

Committees

  • Standing: Judiciary, Transportation
  • Procedural:
  • Interim: Legislative Management, Tribal and State Relations, Water-Related Topics Overview

Biography

  • Business Development, Mountrail Wiliams Electric Cooperative;BS, Mathmatics, DSU; Township Supervisor; President, Parshall 2000 Inc.; Director, Mountrail County Job Development Authority
  • Married (Kathy); 3 children; House since 2001

District 5

District 5 is located in the city of Minot.

Their District Chair is Bill Klimpel and can be reached at the following:

Bill Klimpel 

(701) 837-0614

bklimpel@yahoo.vom

1540 4th St. SW, Minot N.D.

District 5 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 6

District 6 is located in Renville, Bottineau and McHenry county.

Their District Chair is Terry Peterson and can be reached at the following:

Terry Peterson

(701) 721-7286

rsi5@srt.com

501 Main St. N., Velva N.D. 58790

District 6 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:

Senator David O’Connell

  • Address: 2624 County Road 30, Lansford, ND 58750; Telephone: 701-784-5441;E-Mail: doconnell@nd.gov; District: 6; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Farmer; Glenburn High School; MSU-Bottineau; Director, North Central Electric; Farmers Union; Farm Bureau; Bottineau Wildlife Club; Knights of Columbus; St. John’s Catholic Church.
  • Married (Ann); 3 children. House 1983-88. Senate since 1989.

Representative Bob Hunskor

  • Address: P.O. Box 1, Newburg, ND 58762; Telephone: 701-272-6283; E-Mail: bhunskor@nd.gov; District: 6; Party: Democrat

Committees

  • Standing: Education, Energy and Natural Resources
  • Procedural: Inaugural Planning
  • Interim: Education Funding and Taxation, Natural Resources, Transportation

Biography

  • Retired; Newburg Public School; Minot State College;US Army
  • Widower; 4 children; House since 2001

District 7

District 7 is located in Burleigh county.

Their District Chair is Warren Larson and can be reached at the following:

Warren Larson

(701) 751-2329 h

(701) 400-1628 c

wdlarson@bis.midco.net

District 7 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 8

District 8 is located in McLean and Burleigh county.

Their District Chair is Josh Kramer and can be reached at the following:

Josh Kramer

(701) 527-9192

joshkramer@hotmail.com

4013 Cedar Pl., Bismarck N.D.

District 8 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 9

District 9 is located in Rolette county.

Their District Chair is Tracy Boe and can be reached at the following:

Tracy Boe

(701) 656-3427

boefarms@utma.com

5125 89th St., Mylo, N.D.

District 9 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:

Senator Richard Marcellais

  • Address: RR 1, Box 267A, Belcourt, ND 58316; Telephone: 701-477-8985; E-Mail: rmarcellais@nd.gov; District: 9; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • AAS, Business Administration; Structural Drafting Degree; US Army, Vietnam Veteran; Chairman, Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa; Board, Turtle Mountain Community School; President, National Indian School Board Association; American Legion #262; NARFE Charter #2168.
  • Married (Betty); 2 children. Senate since 2007.

Representative Tracy Boe

  • Address: 5125 89th Street, Mylo, ND 58353; Telephone: 701-656-3427; E-Mail: tboe@nd.gov; District: 9; Party: Democrat

Committees

  • Standing: Agriculture, Industry, Business and Labor
  • Procedural:
  • Interim: Administrative Rules, Legislative Audit and Fiscal Review, Property Tax Measure Review

Biography

  • Farmer; President, Nothern Plains Electric Cooperative; President, Rolette County Economic Development; ND Farm Bureau; ND Farmers Union; ND Grain Growers; Our Saviors Lutheran Church
  • Married (Sandy); House since 2003

Representative Marvin Nelson 

  • Address: P.O. Box 577, Rolla, ND 58367; Telephone: 701-477-3422; E-Mail: menelson@nd.gov; District: 9; Party: Democrat

Committees

  • Standing:  Energy and Natural Resources, Industry, Business and Labor
  • Procedural:
  • Interim: Health Care Reform Review, Taxation

Biography

  • Agricultural Consultant; AS, Agriculture, NDSU; BBIF, BS, Entomology, NDSU;Church of the Lutheran Brethern in America; Ebenezer Lutheran Brethern Church of Rolette; ND Farm Bureau; ND Farmers Union; ND Agricultural Consultant’s Association
  • Married (Susan); 2 children; House since 2011

District 10

District 10 is located in Cavalier, Pembina and Walsh county.

Their District Chair is Bob Nowatzki and can be reached at the following:

Bob Nowatzki

(701) 256-0674

10773 County Rd. 6, Langdon N.D.

District 10 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 11

District 11 is located in the city of Fargo.

Their District Chair is Scott Mathern-Jacobson and can be reached at the following:

Scott Mathern-Jacobson

(701) 799-2076

scottmathernjacobson@gmail.com

District 11 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature: 

Senator Tim Mathern

  • Address: 429 16th Avenue South, Fargo, ND 58103; Telephone: 701-235-9817;E-Mail: tmathern@nd.gov; District: 11; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Director of Public Policy at Prairie St. John’s Hospital; BA, NDSU; MSW, University of Nebraska; MPA, Harvard University; Board, Bush Foundation; Advisory Council, UND SMHS Council of States Government Health Capacity Task Force; Metro Youth Partnership; Cass Clay Wholesome Food Cooperative; Suicide Prevention Coalition; Dakota Medical Foundation-Lend a Hand; Knights of Columbus; ARC Public Service Award; 2008 Democratic-NPL Candidate for Governor; Cupler Community Government Award.
  • Married (Lorene); 4 children. Senate since 1987.

Representative Scot Kelsh

  • Address: 1502 Sixth Street South, Fargo, ND 58103; Telephone: 701-297-6623;E-Mail: skelsh@nd.gov; District: 11; Party: Democrat

Committees

  • Standing: Energy and Natural Resources, Finance and Taxation
  • Procedural: Employment
  • Interim:  Energy Development and Transmission, Natural Resources

Biography

  • Firefighter; BS, Architecture, NDSU; ACYPL delegate to Ireland and Northern Ireland-2002; Board, Prairie Public Boradcasting; Past Member, Fargo Historic Preservation Commission; Past Member, Wind on the Wires; 1997 BILLD Fellow; Fargo PTA; FM Chapter, MN Association of Songwriters; International Association of Firefighters, Local 642; Nativity Church
  • Married (Katie); 4 children; House since 1996

Representative Ron Guggisberg

  • Address: 1621 17th Street South, Fargo, ND 58103; Telephone: 701-367-2478;E-Mail: rguggisberg@nd.gov; District: 11; Party: Democrat

Committees

  • Standing: Government and Veterans Affairs, Judiciary
  • Procedural:
  • Interim: Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations, Employee Benefits Programs

Biography

  • Fire Department Captain; Attending College
  • Married (Gayle); 2 children; House since 2011

District 12

District 12 is located in the city of Jamestown.

Their District Chair is Scott Sandness and can be reached at the following:

Scott Sandness

(701) 269-9434 h

(701) 952-5291 c

ssandness@hotmail.com

District 12 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:

Senator John Grabinger 

John Grabinger is running for the North Dakota Senate in District 12. John is a former City Councilman who served Jamestown for eight years. He has a strong family background in local Dem-NPL politics. John’s grandfather was a charter member of the NPL and his father Bob served as district chair for many years. He is a well-respected business owner in a well-established family business of Grabinger Marina. John approaches city matters by constantly siding with people, and is well respected for adhering to those basic principles of good effective government.

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Representative Jessica Haak 

Jessica Haak is running for the North Dakota House in District 12. She currently works at the North Dakota Farmers Union as the Membership Development Coordinator. Jessica serves as the co-president for the American Association of University Women (AAUW) and also serves on the North Dakota Women’s Network Board. She is also an avid volunteer for the Safe Shelter, drives Meals on Wheels and coaches Special Olympics Volleyball. Jessica also serves as a Deacon at the United Church of Christ in Jamestown.

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District 13

District 13 is located in the cities of Fargo and West Fargo.

Their District Chair is Mary Tintes and can be reached at the following:

Mary Tintes

(701) 238-0714

mctintes@msn.com

524 3rd St. E., West Fargo, N.D.

District 13 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:

District 14

District 14 is located in Pierce, Sheridan, Wells, Berson and Kidder counties.

Their District Chair is Ted Sitz and can be reached at the following:

Ted Sitz

(701) 324-4573 h

(701) 866-2401 c

tedsitz22@gmail.com

District 14 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature. 

District 15

District 15 is located in Towner and Ramsey County.

Their District Chair is Adam Leiphon and can be reached at the following:

Adam Leiphon

(701) 398-3067 h

(701) 351-3475 c

adam.leiphon@gmail.com

District 15 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature. 

District 16

District 16 is located in the City of Fargo.

Their District Chair is John Lund and can be reached at the following:

John Lund

(701) 281-1244 h

(701) 371-7921 c

jlund@pdssleep.com

District 16 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:

Senator Tyler Axness 

Tyler Axness is running for the North Dakota Senate in District 16. Tyler is a fifth generation North Dakotan, born in Devils Lake and living in Leeds before he moved to Fargo to attend North Dakota State University. He worked for Senator Byron Dorgan as a Field Representative until his retirement in 2010. He currently works as the Communication and Policy Coordinator for the Freedom Resource Center in Fargo. Tyler believes that for North Dakota to achieve its potential we need new leadership with fresh ideas, long term planning for solutions, and a collective focus on the true challenges our state faces.

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Representative Ben Hanson 

Ben Hanson is running for the North Dakota House in the new District 16. He grew up in Fargo and is a Fargo South High School graduate. Ben earned his bachelor’s degree from Minnesota State University Moorhead studying political science. He currently works as a Commercial Realtor for Keller Williams.Ben is running for the North Dakota House of Representatives because he wants to fight for West Fargo and Fargo.

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District 17

District 17 is located in the City of Grand Forks.

Their District Chair is Tom Potter and can be reached at the following:

Tom Potter

(701) 746-5893

tompotter@gra.midco.net

District 17 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 18

District 18 is located in the City of Grand Forks.

Their District Chair is Jennifer Barnes and can be reached at the following:

Jennifer Barnes

(218) 791-1129

jennifer.e.barnes@gmail.com

1516 1/2 14th St., Grand Forks, N.D.

District 18 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:

Senator Connie Triplett 

  • Address: P.O. Box 5178, Grand Forks, ND 58206; Telephone: 701-772-8009;E-Mail: ctriplett@nd.gov; District: 18; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Attorney; BA, Political Science, UND; JD, University of Minnesota School of Law; Grand Forks County Commissioner 1993-2008; State Bar Association of ND; Executive Committee, Grand Forks Region Economic Development Corporation; 2007 Public Service Board, State Bar Association of ND; 2007 Outstanding Public Service Award, ND Petroleum Council; Board, Valley Health; ND Recipient “Building Disaster-Resistant Communities” Leadership Award, FEMA & NACO.
  • Married (Gerald Groenewald); 2 sons; 1 step-son. Senate since 2003.

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Representative Eliot Glassheim 

  • Address: 619 North Third Street, Grand Forks, ND 58203; Telephone: 701-772-8840; E-Mail: eglassheim@nd.gov; District: 18; Party: Democrat

Committees

  • Standing: Appropriations – Government Operations Division
  • Procedural: Correction and Revision of the Journal
  • Interim: Budget Section, Commission on Alternatives to Incarceration, Health Care Reform Review

Biography

  • Owner, Dr. Eliot’s Twice Sold Tales; BS, Wesleyan University; MA, PhD, University of New Mexico; Former Policy Analyst, Northern Great Plains Inc.; Former Grant writer, ND Museum of Art; Former Office Manager, Senator Quentin Burdick; Editor, Voices from the Flood; “Traceability of Agricultural Products”; Behind the Scenes: Leadership in a Natural Disaster; Renewing the Countryside – ND; Author, Foreign Exchange (poems); The Restless Giant (poems); Vice President, Grand Forks City Council;Board, ND Humanities Council; Board, Grand Forks Symphony; Board, Grand Forks Public Library; Board, Red River Valley Habitat for Humanity; Board, New North Neighborhood Association.
  • Married (Dyan Rey); 2 children. House since 1993.

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Representative Marie Strinden 

Marie Strinden is running for the North Dakota House in District 18. Marie is the Executive Director of the North Valley Arts Council and serves on the Grand Forks Library Board. Previously, she was a small business owner, managing the Lone Fargoan, a production and talent management company in New York City and The Gym on Kittson, a private training studio in downtown Grand Forks. Marie was raised in North Dakota, holds a bachelor of Fine Arts from New York University, and is pursuing a Masters of Business Administration through Walden University.

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District 19

District 19 is located in the outside the city of Grand Forks.

Their District Chair is Julius Wangler and can be reached at the following:

Julius Wangler

701-360-1000

jandpwangler@gmail.com

15427 County Rd. 11, Grafton, ND 58237

District 19 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature: 

District 20

District 20 is located in Traill, Grand Forks and Cass County.

Their District Chair is Carol Siegert and can be reached at the following:

Carol Siegert

(701) 874-2228

csiegert@polarcomm.com

Box 305, Hunter N.D.

District 20 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:

Senator Phil Murphy 

  • Address: 1212 Parke Avenue, Portland, ND 58274; Telephone: 701-430-9043;E-Mail: pmmurphy@nd.gov; District: 20; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Teacher of Economics, History, Government, Geography, and Psychology; Fargo South Graduate; BA, History and Education, St. John’s University; MA Counseling, NDSU; Board, Viking Township (20 years); Volunteer Fireman (11 years); Mayville Golf Board.
  • Married (Michelle); 3 children. Senate since 2011.

Representative Gail Mooney 

Gail Mooney is running for the North Dakota House in District 20. Gail is a small business owner and community advocate and leader in Cummings, ND. She is involved in many community organizations surrounding her rural Cummings home and holds a leadership position on the Traill County Economic Development Commission. Currently, Gail serves as a Commissioner for District 3 of Traill County. She and her husband, Walter, own MoonShot Photography. Together, they have raised two children.

Representative Rick Holman 

  • Address: 622 153rd Avenue NE, Mayville, ND 58257; Telephone: 701-788-2081;E-Mailrholman@nd.govDistrict: 20; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Retired, Teacher, Farmer, Professor; High School, Clifford, ND; BS, Math/Science Ed., Mayville State University; MS Math Ed., Bemidji State University; Ed.D, Teaching and Learning, UND; Trail County Economic Development Commission; Area Health Ed. Consortium; Red River Human Services Foundation; Gran Lutheran Church Council; Mayville SU Distinguished Alumni and Professor Emeritus; NDEA; Mayville-Port Lions; Hillsboro Kiwanis; Goose River Masonic Lodge.
  • Married (Marilyn); 3 children. Senate since 2009.

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District 21

District 21 is located in Cass County and East of Fargo.

Their District Chair is Kyle Locket and can be reached at the following:

Kyle Locket

(701) 429-1510

kyle.locket@gmail.com

District 21 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature: 

Senator Carolyn Nelson

  • Address: 1 Second Stree South #5-402, Fargo, ND 58103
  • Telephone: 701-235-5161
  • E-Mail: cnelson@nd.gov
  • District: 21
  • Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Senior Lecturer, Emeritus of Mathematics, NDSU; BS & MS, NDSU; First Vice President, National Federation of Music Clubs; Board, Consensus Council, Inc.; Board, Lewis & Clark Ft. Mandan Foundation; Past President, Fargo Board of Education; Past President, ND Federation of Music Clubs; Past President, ND PTA; American Guild of English Handbell Ringers; LWV; AAUW; First United Methodist Church.
  • Married (Gil); 3 children; 9 grandchildren. House 1987-1993; Senate since 1995.
Representative Kathy Hogan
  • Address: 710 South University Drive, Fargo, ND 58103
  • Telephone: 701-235-1916
  • E-Mail: khogan@nd.gov
  • District: 21
  • Party: Democrat

Committees

  • Standing: Judiciary, Transportation
  • Procedural:
  • Interim: Health Services, Human Services

Biography

  • Retired; BS, Jamestown College; MS, NDSU
  • Married (Dennis); 2 children; House since 2009

Representative Steve Zaiser 

  • Address: 802 Seventh Street South, Fargo, ND 58103
  • Telephone: 701-866-1814
  • E-Mail: szaiser@nd.gov
  • District: 21
  • Party: Democrat

Committees

  • Standing: Finance and Taxation, Political Subdivisions
  • Procedural:
  • Interim: Judiciary, Property Tax Measure Review

Biography

  • Retired, Part-time freelance writer and events promoter;BA American Studies; Graduate classes in planning and public administration from NDSU; Humphrey Institute at the University of MN; F-M Heritage Socity; Charter Board Member, MN Rivers Council; Executive Director and Co-Founder of River Keepers
  • 2 childrenHouse since 2003

District 22

District 22 is located in Cass County and West of Fargo.

Their District Chair is Gerald Moderow and can be reached at the following:

Gerald Moderow

(701) 347-4848

superm@casselton.net

3768 175th Ave. S.E., Casselton, N.D.

District 22 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 23

District 23 is located in Eddy, Benson, Nelson, Griggs and Steele County.

Their District Chair is Jason Berquist and can be reached at the following:

Susan Bergquist

(701) 247-2970

sandh@polarcomm.com

Distict 23 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:

Senator Joan Heckaman

  • Address: 322 Second Avenue North, New rockford, ND 58356
  • Telephone: 701-947-2106
  • E-Mail: jheckaman@nd.gov
  • District: 23
  • Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • High School Math Teacher; BS in Education, Valley City State University; MS in Special Education, Minot State University; Chair, United Methodist Church; Board, Central ND Steam Threshers; Eagles Auxiliary; New Rockford Golf Club; Quilt Guild; State Autism Task Force.
  • Married (Dewey); 4 children. Senate since 2007.

District 24

District 24 is located in Barnes and Ransom County and South of Valley City.

Their District Chair is Steve Anderson and can be reached at the following:

Steve Anderson

(701) 845-6930

svsc@valleycity.net

506 4th Ave. S.W., Valley City, N.D.

District 24 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:

Senator Larry Robinson 

Larry Robinson has served in the North Dakota Senate since elected in 1988. He is the Executive Director of University Advancement at Valley City State University in Valley City, ND. Larry has served on the Appropriations and Delayed Bills Committees most recently in the 2011 Regular Session. Larry is the past president of the Valley City Area Chamber of Commerce; Elks; Eagles; Knights of Columbus; Kiwanis; Barnes County Wildlife Federation; Valley City Area Chamber of Commerce; Governor’s Alcohol & Drug Prevents Advisory Task Force; Barnes County Meth Task Force; Board, Mental Health America; Drug Court Advisory Committee; St. Catherine’s Catholic Church; Legislative Council 1991-2005. Larry is married to Mary lee and together they have two children.

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Representative Naomi Muscha

Naomi Muscha is running for the North Dakota House in District 24. Naomi is a former teacher for Kindred, Leonard and Enderlin area high schools, and has lived in Enderlin since 1968. She is very involved with a group of people from her church, Faith Assembly of God in Lisbon and First Lutheran Church of Enderlin on mission trips and projects to Bustamante, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. She is married to Michael and together they have four children and 13 grandchildren.

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District 25

District 25 is located in Richland County and North of Wahpeton.

Their District Chair is Cash Aaland and can be reached at the following:

Cash Aaland

701.200.9433

NDdistrict25chair@gmail.com

District 25 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature: 

Representative Clark Williams

  • Address: 112 Third Avenue North, Wahpeton, ND 58075: Telephone: 701-642-4951; E-Mailcdwilliams@nd.govDistrict: 25; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Retired after 38 years in Education, the last 32 years at Wahpeton Senior High; Lidgerwoord High School; BS, VCSU; MA, NDSU; Former Co-Chair, 25th District NPL Party; Wahpeton Eagles.
  • Married (Gail); 2 children. House 1983-87, since 2003.

District 26

District 26 is located in Dickey, Sargent, Ransom and Richland County and North of Forman.

Their District Chair is Paul Anderson and can be reached at the following:

Paul Anderson

(701) 261-4638

pander@drtel.net

PO Box 27, Rutland N.D.

District 26 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:

Senator Jim Dotzenrod

  • Address: P.O. Box 69, Wyndmere, ND 58081; Telephone: 701-439-2427; E-Mail: jdotzenrod@nd.gov; District: 26; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Farmer; BS, Engineering, NDSU; Air Force; ND National Guard; American Legion; Wyndmere Lutheran
  • 2 children. Senate since 1978-94; since 2009

Representative Jerry Kelsh

  • Address: P.O. Box 27, Fullerton, ND 58441; Telephone: 701-375-7521; E-Mailjkelsh@nd.govDistrict: 26; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Retired; Fullerton High School; BS and BA, UND; School Board; County Commissioner; County Jobs Development; Board Member Regional RE and D.
  • Married (Ramona); 3 children. Senate 1984-2002; House since 2008.

Representative Bill Amerman 

  • Address: P.O. Box 43, Forman, ND 58032; Telephone: 701-724-3833; E-Mailbamerman@nd.govDistrict: 26; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Fab Operator, Bobcat Co., Gwinner; Sargent Central High School; Business Management, NDSCS; Vietnam Veteran; Past President, PACE LOCAL 7-560; Commander, Legion Post 83, Forman; Lifetime member VFW, Milnor.
  • Married (Roslyn); 2 children. House since 2003.

District 27

District 27 is located in Cass County and South of Fargo.

Their District Chair is Brandon Solberg and can be reached at the following:

Brandon Solberg

(701) 793-1173

brandonsolberge@yahoo.com

District 27 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 28

District 28 is located in Emmons, Burleigh, Logan, McIntosh and Dicey County.

District 28 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:

District 29

District 29 is located in Stutsman, Foster and LaMoure County and North of Jamestown.

Their District Chair is Jill Shaffer and can be reached at the following:

Jill Shaffer

(701) 952-1665 h

(701) 368-8972 c

jasnddem@outlook.com

District 29 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 30

District 30 is located in Burleigh County and South Bismarck.

Their District Chair is Brandon Schiwal and can be reached at the following:

Brandon Schiwal

(701) 541-0794

District 30 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 31

District 31 is located in Hettinger, Grant, Morton and Sioux County.

Their District Chair is Wes Niederman and can be reached at the following:

Wes Niederman

(701) 522-3226

wniederman@ndfu.org

9075 65th Ave. SW, Morristown, N.D.

District 31 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 32

District 32 is located in South-Central Bismarck County.

Their District Chair is Wanda Rose and can be reached at the following:

Wanda Rose

(701) 222-2327

justducky@bis.midco.net

1429 Pocatello Dr., Bismarck N.D

District 32 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the north Dakota legislature.

District 33

District 33 is located in Mercer, Oliver and Morton County.

Their District Chair is Jesse Krieger and can be reached at the following:

Jesse Krieger

(701) 745-3240

jkrieger@westriv.com

District 33 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 34

District 34 is located in the City of Mandan.

Their District Chair is Lori Furaus and can be reached at the following:

Lori Furaus

(701) 214-0092

lori_lu86@yahoo.com

300 13th St NW apt #1, Mandan ND

District 34 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 35

District 35 is located in the City of Bismarck.

Their District Chair is Ondine Baird and can be reached at the following:

Ondine Baird

701-471-8491

d35chair@demnpl.org

District 35 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 36

District 36 is located in Dunn, Stark, Morton and Hettinger County.

Their District Chair is Dean Meyer can be reached at the following:

Dean Meyer

(701) 225-2736

figurefour@msn.com

4301 Hwy 22, Dickinson N.D.

District 36 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 37

District 37 is located in the City of Dickinson.

Their District Chair is Mandy Kubik can be reached at the following:

Mandy Kubik

(701) 799-3494

kubik.amanda@gmail.com

942 9th Ave. W., Dickinson N.D.

District 37 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 38

District 38 is located in Ward County and North West of Minot.

Their District Chair is Clarice Granzotto can be reached at the following:

Clarice Granzotto

(701) 852-4623 h

(701) 822-2487 c

granzotto@srt.com

District 38 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 39

District 39 is located in McKenzie, Golden Valley, Billings, Slope, Bowman, Dunns and Adams County.

Their District Chair is Stephanie Pretzer can be reached at the following:

Stephanie Pretzer

(701) 206-1084

spretzer01@hamlineuniversity.edu

907 1st Ave. N., Scranton ND 58653

District 39 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 40

District 40 is located in Ward County and Northeast of Minot.

Their District Chair is Bruce Anderson can be reached at the following:

Bruce Anderson

(701) 728-6533

banderson@srt.com

13500 42nd St. NE, Glenburn ND

District 40 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 41

District 41 is located in the City of Fargo.

Their District Chair is Nancy Hodur can be reached at the following:

Nancy Hodur

(701) 361-3628

nancy.hodur@ideaone.net

2915 40th Ave. S., Fargo N.D.

District 41 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 42

District 42 is located in the City of Grand Forks.

Their District Chair is Sherryl Weisenberger can be reached at the following:

Sherryl Weisenberger

(701) 739-0087

govettinusa@gra.midco.net

335 N. 50th St., Grand Forks, N.D.

District 42 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:

Senator Mac Schneider 

  • Address: 1806 University Avenue, Grand Forks, ND 58203: Telephone: 701-610-6092: E-Mail: macschneider@nd.gov: District: 42: Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Attorney; BA, UND; JD, Georgetown University Law Center
  • Married (Crystal), 1 child. Senate since 2009

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Representative Kylie Oversen 

Kylie Oversen is running for the North Dakota House in District 42. Originally from Killdeer, North Dakota, Kylie graduated from UND with bachelor’s degrees in Social Work and Social Sciences. She was elected UND Student Body President in 2011 and served her term until March of 2012. During her time in Student Government at UND, she and her cabinet worked hard to increase transparency in student fees at UND. She currently works with the UND Alumni Association in Grand Forks.

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Representative Corey Mock 

  • Address: P.O. Box 12542, Grand Forks, ND 58208; Telephone: 701-732-0085;E-Mail: 701-732-0085; District: 42; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Executive Director, Third Street Clinic; BA History (Magna Cum Laude), UND; MA, Community and Urban Development, UND; Rotary International; Grand Forks/East Grand Forks Chamber of Commerce; Sons of Norway; ND Farmers Union; Greater Grand Forks Young Professionals; United Way Health Task Force; Grand Forks Mayor’s Cabinet on Young People; Grand Forks Mayor’s Cabinet on Health and Human Services; Board, ND Leadership Seminar; American Legion Boys State Staff; Circle of Friends Humane Society; Secretary of Kennedy Memorial Foundation.
  • House since 2009.

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District 43

District 43 is located in the City of Grand Forks.

Their District Chair is Chris Grieve can be reached at the following:

Chris Grieve

(319) 400-1603

d43chair@demnpl.org

3802 15th Ave S, Grand Forks, ND

District 43 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:

Representative Lois Delmore 

  • Address: 714 South 22nd Street, Grand Forks, ND 58201; Telephone: 701-772-8428; E-Mailldelmore@nd.govDistrict: 43; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • English Teacher, Red River High School; Oberon High School; UND; Board, Crime Victims Services; Chair, Judiciary Interim Committee; Midwest Elections Task Force; 2001 Flemming Fellow; Lottery Commission; ND Drug and Alcohol Commission; Court Services Future Planning Committee; Higher Education Round Table; Steering Committee, International Legislators Forum.
  • Married (Michael); 1 child. House since 1995.

District 44

District 44 is located in the City of Fargo.

Their District Chair is Rick Olek can be reached at the following:

Rick Olek

(701) 235-9336 h

(701) 371-3070 c

rbyanks@yahoo.com

221 22nd Ave N, Fargo, ND

District 44 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:

Representative Joshua Boschee 

Joshua Boschee is running for the North Dakota House in District 44. Joshua was born and raised in Minot, ND and graduated from Bishop Ryan High School and then attended North Dakota State University where he received a Bachelors degree in Political Science and Masters degree in Educational Leadership. He is very involved in the greater Fargo-Moorhead community; currently he serves on the Fargo Human Relations Commission, the Board of Directors for the Fargo Theatre and is an active volunteer with the Pride Collective and Community Center. As an active member of our community, Joshua is  inspired by the individual and collective contributions each one of us makes to our families, friends and neighbors have the opportunity to live, learn, work and play in a community that respects all individuals and families.

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District 45

District 45 is located in the City of Fargo.

Their District Chair is John Maddock can be reached at the following:

John Maddock

(909) 645-3823

jnmaddoc@yahoo.com

9 35th Ave NE, Fargo, ND

District 45 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:

Representative Ed Gruchalla 

  • Address: 3256 Evergreen Circle, Fargo, ND 58102; Telephone: 701-866-2305;E-Mailegruchalla@nd.govDistrict: 45; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Investigations and Sales; BS, Education, VCSU; Northwest School of Police Staff and Command Graduate; US Navy; Retired ND Highway Patrol; “Flame of Hope” Award, Special Olympics; State Director, Law Enforcement Torch Run; American Legion; AmVets.
  • Married (Rennae); 3 children. House since 2007.

District 46

District 46 is located in the City of Fargo.

Their District Chair is Scott Stofferahn can be reached at the following:

Scott Stofferahn

(701) 799-0891

sjstofferahn@gmail.com

1739 37th Ave. S., Fargo N.D.

District 46 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:

Senator George Sinner 

George Sinner is running for the North Dakota Senate in District 46. He was born in Fargo, and raised and attended school in Casselton, ND, the second child of George A. and E. Jane Sinner. George graduated from the University of North Dakota with a degree in Political Science before beginning his career in banking. For the past 13 years he has been a partner in American Federal Bank in Fargo working as an Ag/Business banker. He is married to Margaret Jo Lamb and together they have two children.

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District 47

District 47 is located in the City of Bismarck.

Their District Chair is Brent Edison can be reached at the following:

Brent Edison

(701) 222-2721

brentedison@bis.midco.net

2616 Astronaut Dr., Bismarck N.D.

District 47 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 38

District 38 is located in Ward County and North West of Minot.

Their District Chair is Clarice Granzotto can be reached at the following:

Clarice Granzotto

(701) 852-4623 h

(701) 822-2487 c

granzotto@srt.com

District 38 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 39

District 39 is located in McKenzie, Golden Valley, Billings, Slope, Bowman, Dunns and Adams County.

Their District Chair is Stephanie Pretzer can be reached at the following:

Stephanie Pretzer

(701) 206-1084

spretzer01@hamlineuniversity.edu

907 1st Ave. N., Scranton ND 58653

District 39 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 40

District 40 is located in Ward County and Northeast of Minot.

Their District Chair is Bruce Anderson can be reached at the following:

Bruce Anderson

(701) 728-6533

banderson@srt.com

13500 42nd St. NE, Glenburn ND

District 40 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 41

District 41 is located in the City of Fargo.

Their District Chair is Nancy Hodur can be reached at the following:

Nancy Hodur

(701) 361-3628

nancy.hodur@ideaone.net

2915 40th Ave. S., Fargo N.D.

District 41 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.

District 42

District 42 is located in the City of Grand Forks.

Their District Chair is Sherryl Weisenberger can be reached at the following:

Sherryl Weisenberger

(701) 739-0087

govettinusa@gra.midco.net

335 N. 50th St., Grand Forks, N.D.

District 42 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:

Senator Mac Schneider 

  • Address: 1806 University Avenue, Grand Forks, ND 58203: Telephone: 701-610-6092: E-Mail: macschneider@nd.gov: District: 42: Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Attorney; BA, UND; JD, Georgetown University Law Center
  • Married (Crystal), 1 child. Senate since 2009

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Representative Kylie Oversen 

Kylie Oversen is running for the North Dakota House in District 42. Originally from Killdeer, North Dakota, Kylie graduated from UND with bachelor’s degrees in Social Work and Social Sciences. She was elected UND Student Body President in 2011 and served her term until March of 2012. During her time in Student Government at UND, she and her cabinet worked hard to increase transparency in student fees at UND. She currently works with the UND Alumni Association in Grand Forks.

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Representative Corey Mock 

  • Address: P.O. Box 12542, Grand Forks, ND 58208; Telephone: 701-732-0085;E-Mail: 701-732-0085; District: 42; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Executive Director, Third Street Clinic; BA History (Magna Cum Laude), UND; MA, Community and Urban Development, UND; Rotary International; Grand Forks/East Grand Forks Chamber of Commerce; Sons of Norway; ND Farmers Union; Greater Grand Forks Young Professionals; United Way Health Task Force; Grand Forks Mayor’s Cabinet on Young People; Grand Forks Mayor’s Cabinet on Health and Human Services; Board, ND Leadership Seminar; American Legion Boys State Staff; Circle of Friends Humane Society; Secretary of Kennedy Memorial Foundation.
  • House since 2009.

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District 43

District 43 is located in the City of Grand Forks.

Their District Chair is Chris Grieve can be reached at the following:

Chris Grieve

(319) 400-1603

d43chair@demnpl.org

3802 15th Ave S, Grand Forks, ND

District 43 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:

Representative Lois Delmore 

  • Address: 714 South 22nd Street, Grand Forks, ND 58201; Telephone: 701-772-8428; E-Mailldelmore@nd.govDistrict: 43; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • English Teacher, Red River High School; Oberon High School; UND; Board, Crime Victims Services; Chair, Judiciary Interim Committee; Midwest Elections Task Force; 2001 Flemming Fellow; Lottery Commission; ND Drug and Alcohol Commission; Court Services Future Planning Committee; Higher Education Round Table; Steering Committee, International Legislators Forum.
  • Married (Michael); 1 child. House since 1995.

District 44

District 44 is located in the City of Fargo.

Their District Chair is Rick Olek can be reached at the following:

Rick Olek

(701) 235-9336 h

(701) 371-3070 c

rbyanks@yahoo.com

221 22nd Ave N, Fargo, ND

District 44 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:

Representative Joshua Boschee 

Joshua Boschee is running for the North Dakota House in District 44. Joshua was born and raised in Minot, ND and graduated from Bishop Ryan High School and then attended North Dakota State University where he received a Bachelors degree in Political Science and Masters degree in Educational Leadership. He is very involved in the greater Fargo-Moorhead community; currently he serves on the Fargo Human Relations Commission, the Board of Directors for the Fargo Theatre and is an active volunteer with the Pride Collective and Community Center. As an active member of our community, Joshua is  inspired by the individual and collective contributions each one of us makes to our families, friends and neighbors have the opportunity to live, learn, work and play in a community that respects all individuals and families.

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District 45

District 45 is located in the City of Fargo.

Their District Chair is John Maddock can be reached at the following:

John Maddock

(909) 645-3823

jnmaddoc@yahoo.com

9 35th Ave NE, Fargo, ND

District 45 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:

Representative Ed Gruchalla 

  • Address: 3256 Evergreen Circle, Fargo, ND 58102; Telephone: 701-866-2305;E-Mailegruchalla@nd.govDistrict: 45; Party: Democrat

Committees

Biography

  • Investigations and Sales; BS, Education, VCSU; Northwest School of Police Staff and Command Graduate; US Navy; Retired ND Highway Patrol; “Flame of Hope” Award, Special Olympics; State Director, Law Enforcement Torch Run; American Legion; AmVets.
  • Married (Rennae); 3 children. House since 2007.

District 46

District 46 is located in the City of Fargo.

Their District Chair is Scott Stofferahn can be reached at the following:

Scott Stofferahn

(701) 799-0891

sjstofferahn@gmail.com

1739 37th Ave. S., Fargo N.D.

District 46 has the following Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature:

Senator George Sinner 

George Sinner is running for the North Dakota Senate in District 46. He was born in Fargo, and raised and attended school in Casselton, ND, the second child of George A. and E. Jane Sinner. George graduated from the University of North Dakota with a degree in Political Science before beginning his career in banking. For the past 13 years he has been a partner in American Federal Bank in Fargo working as an Ag/Business banker. He is married to Margaret Jo Lamb and together they have two children.

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District 47

District 47 is located in the City of Bismarck.

Their District Chair is Brent Edison can be reached at the following:

Brent Edison

(701) 222-2721

brentedison@bis.midco.net

2616 Astronaut Dr., Bismarck N.D.

District 47 has no Dem-NPL representatives in the North Dakota legislature.