UPDATED: Learn more about the ND candidates for 2010 federal, state races

FARGO – Here’s a compiled list of resources you can use to learn more about the candidates and campaigns in North Dakota’s federal and state races this year.

The data will be updated periodically with additional resources, as needed. (If information is incomplete, please e-mail me.)

Also, learn more about the candidates by checking out The Forum’s 2010 Voters Guide throughout the next several months. We’ll be adding to it as the November election draws closer.


U.S. SENATE
Read stories about this race by searching “Senate ND” on InForum.


U.S. HOUSE
Read stories about this race by searching “House ND” on InForum.


SECRETARY OF STATE
Read stories about this race by searching “ND Secretary of State” on InForum.


ATTORNEY GENERAL
Read stories about this race by searching “ND Attorney General” on InForum.

  • Jeanette “Jean” Boechler — Democratic-NPL candidate and Fargo attorney
    • No campaign Web sites, as of July 10
  • Wayne Stenehjem — Republican incumbent, first elected in 2000

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
Read stories about this race by searching “ND Public Service Commission” on InForum.

  • Brad Crabtree — Democratic-NPL candidate and Great Plains Institute policy director
  • Kevin Cramer — Republican incumbent, first elected in 2004
  • Joshua Voytek — libertarian candidate from Fargo
    • No campaign Web sites, as of July 10

AG COMMISSIONER
Read stories about this race by searching “ND Ag Commissioner” on InForum.


TAX COMMISSIONER
Read stories about this race by searching “ND Tax Commissioner” on InForum.

  • Cory Fong — Republican incumbent, appointed in June 2005 and first elected in 2006
  • Cynthia Kaldor — Democratic-NPL candidate and Mayville businesswoman
  • Richard Flattum-Riemers — libertarian candidate from Grand Forks
    • No campaign Web sites, as of July 10

Originally posted April 4, 2010 / 6:30 p.m.

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