• The Capitol District

    District 35 is located in the heart of the capital city and includes the North Dakota State Capitol. We are proud of the quiet, safe neighborhoods, small businesses and great schools that lie within our borders.

It is an immense honor to serve the people of District 35 in the North Dakota Senate. The diversity of those I represent - young and old, working and retired, public employees and small business owners, teachers and students, Republican and Democrat, men and women - is a challenge I humbly accept. They deserve a Senator who respects their opinions and perspectives even when we may disagree, and my commitment to each person who calls this district home is to work to the best of my ability on his or her behalf.

KX News: North Dakota Officials React to Heimdal Derailment

This session the state legislature did pass a measure to allocate about half-a-million dollars toward a rail safety pilot program. That bill also funds the salaries of two state rail inspectors. One will focus on tracks, the other on mechanics. Public Service Commissioner Julie Fedorchak says this is a “great first start.” She says there …

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KX News: State Lawmakers Back in Session

State lawmakers are back in session today after taking a short recess this weekend. The House and Senate voted on about twelve bills this afternoon. All had been introduced in at least one house and were awaiting final passage. About 140 bills are floating through committees this week for public hearing. The House Agriculture Committee …

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Governing Institute – Women in Government Leadership Program

Governing Institute’s Women in Government Program Highlights Outstanding Contributions of Women in Public Service Diversity of experience and perspective in organizations is powerful. This is especially true in representative government. The Governing Institute celebrates the contributions that the 25 members selected for the Class of 2016 make every day as public servants. They give voice …

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