Cramer’s Fundraising Far Behind Heitkamp’s

U.S. Rep. Kevin Cramer raised about $322,000 in the first quarter of 2017, far behind the campaign total raised by his potential opponent in a 2018 Senate race in North Dakota. Filings with the Federal Election Commission show Cramer’s fundraising committee, Cramer for Congress, raised $322,390 in the first three months of the year and…
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CNN: Some Republicans Want Campbell, Not Cramer, To Run Against Heitkamp

CNN is reporting that some Washington, D.C., Republicans, nervous that Rep. Kevin Cramer has the propensity to say outlandish things, are wooing state Sen. Tom Campbell of Grafton to run against U.S. Sen. Heidi Heitkamp in 2018. “Senior Senate GOP officials have grown concerned that Rep. Kevin Cramer’s penchant for controversial remarks could damage their…
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City Commissioner: ‘Some People Won’t Be Satisfied Ever’ With Refugee Studies

Fargo city commissioner John Strand says some people “won’t be satisfied ever” with reports looking into the costs and benefits of refugee resettlement. Also, South Dakota state Sen. Jason Frerichs on a new court ruling limiting public access to some “new” lakes; super angler Ray Welle on where to find crappies this weekend in Minnesota;…
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LISTEN: Negative Dave Makes Show Debut And Insults Host, Bison And Everything Else

Twitter “personality” Negative Dave made his 970 WDAY debut today to comment on the Minnesota Wild’s overtime loss to St. Louis in the NHL playoffs. He insulted the Wild and their players — and found time to insult just about everything else, too. So negative.

Rep. Kevin Cramer Triples Down On His Belief Media Blew Spicer Comments Out Of Proportion

North Dakota Rep. Kevin Cramer joined the program to defend his comments that White House spokesman Sean Spicer had some “validity” when he used Hitler as an analogy for the Syrian president’s use of chemical weapons. Also, Negative Dave made is 970 WDAY debut to analyze the Minnesota Wild loss; WDAY-TV’s Kevin Wallevand talked about…
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