Dwight Grotberg on Principles & Values
A: I have been thinking about it for 16 years. Kent Conrad came to speak at my economics class at NDSU. I began envisioning how a Republican could do a better job of representing North Dakota since then.
Q: What has been your involvement in politics in the past?
A: I have been a township board officer, and have been active in the party supporting candidates and developing ideas and strategies. This is the first time I am seeking office.
A: Because Dwight Grotberg can do more for North Dakota in terms of solid national support coupled with tax cuts and growth incentives.
Q: What about the seniority issue?
A: The Senator is losing support for his disaster supplemental bills, and Congress needs a fresh vision of North Dakota. I will fight to get on the committees important to our state. Seniority is not always the best indicator in choosing our officials.
If Grotberg is nominated at the Republican State Convention next weekend, he will run against Senator Kent Conrad. A poll out today by SurveyUSA names Conrad as the most popular senator in the country.
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