Political scientist Kyle Kondik of the University of Virginia provides a national perspective on the upcoming race between Sen. Heidi Heitkamp and Rep. Kevin Cramer for the U.S. Senate seat from North Dakota. Also, great customer service; the value of GEDs; and University of North Dakota president Mark Kennedy looking for another job already.
Host Mike McFeely has choice words for those who don’t want the media to talk about mass shootings. Also, Fargo School Board president Jim Johnson on the controversy surrounding school boundaries; dogs getting old is tough.
Valentine’s Day gift ideas; North Dakota State political science professor Thomas Ambrosio; Moorhead mayor candidate Brenda Elmer; Fargo Park District director Joel Vettel.
West Fargo mayoral candidate Bernie Dardis joined the show to discuss his decision to run against longtime incumbent Rich Mattern. It should make for an interesting race. Also, WDAY-TV and Forum reporter Robin Huebner made her weekly appearance; U.S. House candidate Ben Hanson talked budgets; host Mike McFeely talked toilets.
Gov. Doug Burgum accepted $37,000 in Super Bowl tickets from Xcel Energy, and only agreed to pay his own way after being caught. But the sense host Mike McFeely gets from N.D. citizens is that they don’t particularly care — or understand — about what Burgum did. Also, Fargo Public Schools and birthday parties; Clay…