Pay-to-Play: Cramer’s “Conflicts of Interest” as Public Service Commissioner

October 11, 2018By Media Release, News, News Clips, Press Release

(BISMARCK, ND) – Kevin Cramer’s history of pay-to-play is well-documented. While he was on the Public Service Commission, Cramer “willingly took thousands of dollars in campaign contributions from a coal mining company they were making decisions about.” This lead to a suit alleging that Cramer took “improper campaign contributions,” with the judge writing that Cramer’s … Read More

While North Dakota Braces for Long-term Impacts of Tariffs, Cramer “Almost Derailed” Trade Talks

October 9, 2018By Media Release, News, News Clips, Press Release

ND ag bankers are told to “brace for a ‘long’” and “unpredictable, unforeseen event with extreme consequences” (BISMARCK, ND) – The Cramer-endorsed trade war is having disastrous consequences across North Dakota, not only for farmers but for bankers, agribusinesses, and the state’s overall economy. AgWeek reports that “the period of soybean price reductions due to … Read More