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I’m trying to put together a column on how Measure 2 and how, even though it was defeated, it really tapped into a strong vein in North Dakota in that lots of people feel they either, A- Property taxes are … Continue reading
So I got this election ad in the mail earlier this week but never noticed it until this morning. It refers to newly-defeated Rep. Earl Pomeroy, D-N.D., as “Nancy Pelosi’s puppet” and has a piece you can pop out to … Continue reading
You might have noticed or even entered my contest earlier this week to guess the election’s outcome. I tabulated the results of everyone’s guesses and found we did an OK job of predicting the election. Here’s how the 18 entries … Continue reading
The election is over, and now we have a winner of our prediction contest. There were no perfect entries, which would have guessed all eight races right. Instead, the prize goes to Ben, who called seven races correctly (he missed … Continue reading
We’ve got a handy, dandy election page set up right here on The Jamestown Sun’s website. It’s also got a lovely search function that lets you find whatever race you’re looking for.
It’s 2 p.m. I’ve voted. My fiancee has voted. My boss has voted. We even got stickers. Have you voted? Well, have you?
It’s 7 a.m. on Election Day. If you didn’t partake in early voting or submit an absentee ballot, you have 12 hours to cast your ballot in Stutsman County. If you are legally allowed to vote, I strongly suggest you … Continue reading
Let’s have a bit of fun with this Election. I’m going to list a bunch of races going on the ballot in Stutsman County Tuesday, and you predict in the comments section who you think will win each race. Whoever … Continue reading
I noticed something interesting on this month’s November issue of American Rifleman, the magazine of the National Rifle Association (Yes, I’m a member). It was no surprise to me that the NRA endorses Gov. John Hoeven,Â a Republican who received an … Continue reading