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+ New Generation North Dakota 
New Generation North Dakota (NGND) is a group of young leaders that are dedicated to bringing new ideas, new energy, new leadership and political balance to North Dakota.
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New Generation North Dakota 

New Generation North Dakota (NGND) is a group of young leaders that are dedicated to bringing new ideas, new energy, new leadership and political balance to North Dakota.

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+ Taylor For Governor - North Dakota
Ryan Taylor’s life is a reflection of the promise of North Dakota. It is anchored in the values of family, community and hard work. Ryan was shaped by these values growing up on his family’s ranch and they are the values that serve as the foundation of his commitment to making North Dakota the state it can be.
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Taylor For Governor - North Dakota

Ryan Taylor’s life is a reflection of the promise of North Dakota. It is anchored in the values of family, community and hard work. Ryan was shaped by these values growing up on his family’s ranch and they are the values that serve as the foundation of his commitment to making North Dakota the state it can be.

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Pam Gulleson For Congress - North Dakota
Pam Gulleson’s roots in North Dakota’s land and community run deep. A life-long resident of the state, she learned early on the values of hard work and dedication to family and community while growing up on the family dairy farm in southeastern North Dakota.Family farming continues to be the primary work of Pam and Bill, her husband of nearly 30 years, who are partners in a farm and ranching business with their sons near Rutland, North Dakota. The fifth-generation family farm raises corn, beans, and alfalfa, and operates a cattle feedlot. Another son owns and operates a small business in Lisbon.
Bill and Pam are pleased their sons have chose to return to rural North Dakota after college, where the entire family works together to operate and manage the farming operation and where all are involved in their communities.
A longtime interest in public service led Pam to run for the North Dakota House of Representatives, where she served for 16 years. While there, she was elected assistant floor leader by her caucus and served on the appropriations committee.
In the state capitol, Pam earned respect from both sides of the aisle as a fair-minded legislator who got things done. She actively supported middle class and working families, economic development and infrastructure investment, promoted renewable energy and clean tech initiatives, ensured expanded education and research and development funding, and insisted that government be held accountable.
Pam worked for 9 years as U.S. Senator Byron Dorgan’s state director and chief of staff, where she advanced major initiatives on farm, energy, trade and Native American policy, water development, flood protection, and research and development. She is especially known for her work with Senator Dorgan in creating the Red River Valley Research Corridor, which has brought hundreds of high-paying jobs to North Dakota.
Pam received the Excellence in Programming Award from the ND State Department of Health for her work on preventative health initiatives in rural communities and the Legislator of the Year Award from the ND Vocational Education Association for her work to expand vocational and technical training programs across the State of North Dakota.
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Pam Gulleson For Congress - North Dakota

Pam Gulleson’s roots in North Dakota’s land and community run deep. A life-long resident of the state, she learned early on the values of hard work and dedication to family and community while growing up on the family dairy farm in southeastern North Dakota.Family farming continues to be the primary work of Pam and Bill, her husband of nearly 30 years, who are partners in a farm and ranching business with their sons near Rutland, North Dakota. The fifth-generation family farm raises corn, beans, and alfalfa, and operates a cattle feedlot. Another son owns and operates a small business in Lisbon.

Bill and Pam are pleased their sons have chose to return to rural North Dakota after college, where the entire family works together to operate and manage the farming operation and where all are involved in their communities.

A longtime interest in public service led Pam to run for the North Dakota House of Representatives, where she served for 16 years. While there, she was elected assistant floor leader by her caucus and served on the appropriations committee.

In the state capitol, Pam earned respect from both sides of the aisle as a fair-minded legislator who got things done. She actively supported middle class and working families, economic development and infrastructure investment, promoted renewable energy and clean tech initiatives, ensured expanded education and research and development funding, and insisted that government be held accountable.

Pam worked for 9 years as U.S. Senator Byron Dorgan’s state director and chief of staff, where she advanced major initiatives on farm, energy, trade and Native American policy, water development, flood protection, and research and development. She is especially known for her work with Senator Dorgan in creating the Red River Valley Research Corridor, which has brought hundreds of high-paying jobs to North Dakota.

Pam received the Excellence in Programming Award from the ND State Department of Health for her work on preventative health initiatives in rural communities and the Legislator of the Year Award from the ND Vocational Education Association for her work to expand vocational and technical training programs across the State of North Dakota.

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Rural Americans for Obama

America’s small towns and rural communities are all about the values that America was founded on — family and community come first and if you’re willing to work hard, you can make a good life for yourself and a better one for your kids.

President Barack Obama knows that too many rural families are working harder and harder and not getting ahead. He’s committed to restoring the promise that has always been America — if you work hard, pull your weight and act responsibly, you’ll get a fair shake in this economy.

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Ryan Taylor for North Dakota
Ryan Taylor’s life is a reflection of the promise of North Dakota. It is anchored in the values of family, community and hard work. Ryan was shaped by these values growing up on his family’s ranch and they are the values that serve as the foundation of his commitment to making North Dakota the state it can be.

Ryan is the leader North Dakota needs. His faith in North Dakota was not shaped by party or ideology. It was shaped by the example of his parents, his family’s legacy, a commitment to community, a faith in God, the satisfaction of hard work, the importance of thrift and the dedication to leave your corner of the world better than you found it. And it’s a belief that people of good faith can come together, forge a consensus and address the challenges that confront us.
Ryan has the vision to meet the challenges and opportunities of our times so we can build the kind of state North Dakota can become.
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Ryan Taylor for North Dakota

Ryan Taylor’s life is a reflection of the promise of North Dakota. It is anchored in the values of family, community and hard work. Ryan was shaped by these values growing up on his family’s ranch and they are the values that serve as the foundation of his commitment to making North Dakota the state it can be.

Ryan is the leader North Dakota needs. His faith in North Dakota was not shaped by party or ideology. It was shaped by the example of his parents, his family’s legacy, a commitment to community, a faith in God, the satisfaction of hard work, the importance of thrift and the dedication to leave your corner of the world better than you found it. And it’s a belief that people of good faith can come together, forge a consensus and address the challenges that confront us.

Ryan has the vision to meet the challenges and opportunities of our times so we can build the kind of state North Dakota can become.

Learn More About Ryan

+ North Dakota Dem-NPL Keynote Address Tickets 
Members of the general public wishing to attend the 2012 North Dakota Democratic-NPL State Convention Keynote Address, set to be delivered by President Bill Clinton on Saturday, March 17th at the Alerus Center in Grand Forks, ND are required to provide complete information in the series of fields located at the bottom of this page.
Upon completing the form by properly entering the required information and then clicking the “Submit” button, individuals will receive a unique printable e-ticket that MUST be presented to gain entry into the Alerus Center for this much-anticipated event.
All members of the North Dakota Democratic-NPL Party are highly encouraged to serve as a delegate or alternate delegate from their home legislative district, as those serving as delegates and alternate delegates will be the ONLY individuals guaranteed to obtain highly desirable floor seating for President Clinton’s keynote address.  To become a delegate or alternate delegate in your home legislative district, please contact your local Dem-NPL District Chair (CLICK HERE to identify your local District Chair and how to contact them) or call the State Party offices at(701) 255-0460 for further details. 

North Dakota Dem-NPL Keynote Address Tickets 

Members of the general public wishing to attend the 2012 North Dakota Democratic-NPL State Convention Keynote Address, set to be delivered by President Bill Clinton on Saturday, March 17th at the Alerus Center in Grand Forks, ND are required to provide complete information in the series of fields located at the bottom of this page.

Upon completing the form by properly entering the required information and then clicking the “Submit” button, individuals will receive a unique printable e-ticket that MUST be presented to gain entry into the Alerus Center for this much-anticipated event.

All members of the North Dakota Democratic-NPL Party are highly encouraged to serve as a delegate or alternate delegate from their home legislative district, as those serving as delegates and alternate delegates will be the ONLY individuals guaranteed to obtain highly desirable floor seating for President Clinton’s keynote address.  To become a delegate or alternate delegate in your home legislative district, please contact your local Dem-NPL District Chair (CLICK HERE to identify your local District Chair and how to contact them) or call the State Party offices at(701) 255-0460 for further details. 

+ With 12 gubernatorial races in 2012, we need your help to elect Democratic governors who are focused on creating jobs and preserving opportunity.
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With 12 gubernatorial races in 2012, we need your help to elect Democratic governors who are focused on creating jobs and preserving opportunity.

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