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Members of Congress condemn violence after shots seemingly fired at Trump rally

BY: (North Dakota Monitor) ASHLEY MURRAY AND JENNIFER SHUTT  WASHINGTON — Members of Congress rejected political violence Saturday after a shooting at Donald Trump’s campaign rally in Pennsylvania left at least one rallygoer dead and forced the Secret Service to rush the former president off stage. Local authorities confirmed the shooter was killed, according to The Associated Press. […]
by The Dakotan
July 13, 2024

Trump Apparently Wounded, 2 Reported Dead In Rally Shooting

By RYAN MEILSTRUP (Daily Caller News Foundation) Former President Donald Trump was whisked off the stage by Secret Service on Saturday at a rally in Butler, Pennsylvania, after multiple rounds of gunfire could be heard. The former president gestured to the crowd with a fist before being escorted off the stage. The Secret Service said […]
by The Dakotan
July 13, 2024

New-Look City Council Debates Potential Land Purchase

A fresh look City Council took the dais Monday evening, the first of July, with three new members being sworn in. Outgoing City Councilmembers Stephan Podrygula, Scott Burlingame, and Carrie Evans were replaced with the newly elected members Mike Blessum, Rob Fuller, and Scott Samuelson in a special session taking place immediately before the regular […]
by K.L. Collom
July 3, 2024

North Dakota counties report absentee ballots with missing postmarks

BY: AMY DALRYMPLE (North Dakota Monitor) At least five North Dakota counties received absentee ballots through the mail that were missing postmarks, a situation Secretary of State Michael Howe calls “completely unacceptable.”  The Burleigh County Canvassing Board voted 5-4 on Monday morning to accept 58 ballots that were received by the deadline but were not […]
by The Dakotan
June 25, 2024

Complaint alleges Stutsman County election worker failed to initial ballots

BY: MICHAEL ACHTERLING AND AMY DALRYMPLE (North Dakota Monitor) JAMESTOWN, N.D. – An election judge in Stutsman County is under investigation for failing to initial multiple ballots given to voters during North Dakota’s primary election on June 11. Secretary of State Michael Howe said a complaint that’s under review also involves other potential violations of […]
by The Dakotan
June 25, 2024

Former North Dakota lawmaker to plead guilty to child sex tourism charge

BY: AMY DALRYMPLE (North Dakota Monitor) Former North Dakota state Sen. Ray Holmberg has signed an agreement indicating he will plead guilty to a child sex tourism charge. A plea agreement filed in U.S. District Court on Monday says Holmberg will voluntarily plead guilty to a charge of traveling with intent to engage in illicit […]
by The Dakotan
June 25, 2024

Trump Pulling Close To Even In Blue State That Hasn’t Voted Republican In Half A Century

By REBEKA ZELJKO (Daily Caller News Foundation) Former President Donald Trump is closing in on President Joe Biden in Minnesota, a state that hasn’t voted for a Republican president in over 50 years, according to several recent polls. Trump is tied with Biden at 45% in Minnesota, according to an Emerson College Polling/The Hill poll released earlier this week, […]
by The Dakotan
June 25, 2024

Feds Surveilling Thousands Of Americans’ Mail Each Year

By WALLACE WHITE (Daily Caller News Foundation) The United States Postal Service (USPS) gave law enforcement thousands of names, addresses and other details from the letters and packages of Americans without court approval, The Washington Post reported Monday. The USPS said it generally only granted information requests from law enforcement agencies when it aided in […]
by The Dakotan
June 25, 2024

Biden Admin Weighed Using ‘School Children’ To Help Register Dem-Leaning Voters, Emails Show

By ROBERT SCHMAD (Daily Caller News Foundation) The Biden administration sought taxpayer funding for a program that would have used school children to provide voter registration materials to Native Americans, according to emails obtained by Protect the Public’s Trust and shared with the Daily Caller News Foundation. Department of the Interior (DOI) officials in 2022 […]
by The Dakotan
June 25, 2024

Minot ND 2024 Primary Day Exit Polls

Minot, ND - June 11, 2024, is Primary day in North Dakota, and we at the Dakotan were out on the ground collecting data from some 50 residents. Polling was conducted at 3 separate locations between 9:30AM and 1:00PM. We selected 6 contentious races in the city of Minot, including City Council, School Board, Park […]
by K.L. Collom
June 11, 2024
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