Dem-NPL Day of Action Reaches Over 10,000 Voters

As Vice President Pence hosts a high-dollar fundraiser for Kevin Cramer, almost 200 Dem-NPL volunteers packed field offices across the state

(BISMARCK, ND) — Yesterday, while Vice President Pence and Congressman Cramer hosted a closed-door, high-dollar fundraiser in Grand Forks, Democratic-NPL offices across the state were buzzing with nearly 200 volunteers, organizers, and candidates reaching out to over 10,000 voters.

In addition to the Day of Action, the Dem-NPL also hosted Ladies’ Night events throughout the state, drawing attention to Congressman Cramer’s anti-working families policies and Senator Heitkamp’s proactive work on behalf of North Dakota’s women, girls, and families.

“It was great to see so many volunteers show up for another Day of Action,” said Scott McNeil, Executive Director of the North Dakota Democratic-NPL. “While Kevin Cramer and Vice President Pence were dining with high-dollar donors, our volunteers were knocking on doors, placing phone calls, and speaking to voters about the issues that affect their lives. From demanding action to end the trade war to protecting health care, the voters we talked to made it clear: they want a Senator that will stand with North Dakota, not a rubber stamp for the administration.”