CROOKED CRAMER’S CHRONICLES – LAWSUIT COULD GUT PRE-EXISTING CONDITION COVERAGE – NEW GOOGLE ADS – “CATTY CRAMER” TRYING TO REWRITE HISTORY ON THE TRADE WAR

August 18, 2018By Media Release, News, News Clips, Press Release

Welcome to Cramer’s Chronicles where, every Friday, we’ll break down the latest and greatest weekly hits about Cramer’s crooked, self-serving, extreme, and gaffe-prone behavior that puts himself and his partisan politics ahead of North Dakotans. CRAMER-ENDORSED LAWSUIT COULD GUT PRE-EXISTING CONDITION COVERAGE. Last week, Kevin Cramer announced his support for the ill-advised, partisan lawsuit that … Read More

Schneider Hits Armstrong on Tariffs, Health Care in Debate

August 17, 2018By News

The Dem-NPL candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives stresses independent leadership and championing kitchen-table issues (BISMARCK, ND) — Tonight, viewers who tuned into the debate between Mac Schneider and Kelly Armstrong were presented with two different visions of what it means to be North Dakota’s sole voice in the U.S. House of Representatives. While Mac … Read More

Which Kelly Armstrong Are We Going to See Tonight?

August 16, 2018By News

The ND GOP candidate continues to say one thing, do another on trade war, health care (BISMARCK, ND) — When Kelly Armstrong takes the stage tonight for the first televised debate in the U.S. House of Representatives race, many viewers will be wondering: which Kelly Armstrong are they going to see tonight? It’s become obvious throughout the … Read More

NEW: Google Ads on Cramer’s Support for Disastrous Health Care Lawsuit

August 16, 2018By Media Release, News, News Clips, Press Release

(BISMARCK, ND) – Today the North Dakota Dem-NPL launched updated Google search ads highlighting Congressman Cramer’s support for the disastrous health care lawsuit that could deny coverage to the more than 300,000 North Dakotans with pre-existing conditions. The Google search ads will reach North Dakota voters who are searching for information about health care, Kevin … Read More