How to Vote in ND

Corey is passionate about elections and ensuring all voters have a right to make their voice heard. North Dakota has passed "voter ID" laws, which may mean extra steps before you can cast a ballot. Make sure you're prepared to vote here.


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Grand Forks is a beautiful community to visit year-round! And our Greater Grand Forks Convention and Visitors Bureau is here to help you get the most out of your journey to the upper Red River Valley.

Our State. Our Future.

North Dakotans take a lot of pride in caring for one another. Whether we shovel a neighbor’s sidewalk, help a stranded motorist change a tire, or just go the extra mile to make someone’s day a little better, we’re a community of family and friends. And that’s why I serve – to make sure our state is there for North Dakotans, just like we’re there for our neighbors.

Join me in service by learning about the issues and getting involved in the community. North Dakota is our state, and this is our future.


Latest Posts

Democrats Outraged Over Republicans' Misplaced Priorities

(BISMARCK, N.D.) - Republicans in the House Education Committee scoffed at a bill providing children in elementary grades who qualify for the hot lunch program, with one snack beverage, specifically milk, per day by giving the bill a Do...

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Capitol Letters: January 12, 2013

This week in the North Dakota Legislature, explained by Dem-NPL leadership in three minutes or less Stay safe "No man's life, liberty, or property are safe while the legislature is in session," Mark Twain supposedly said. If you are of the same...

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Latest News

North Dakota Legislature: Decision prompts call for ethics group

By: TJ Jerke, Forum News Service, INFORUM Published February 14, 2013, 11:30 PM BISMARCK – David Schwalbe believes he “did not get his day” to be heard and “had no place to go” in 2011 after he says a decision by the state Industrial Commission left him with inadequate royalty payments from two oil wells on property he owns in Dunn County. Schwalbe, of Bismarck, is one of many who were affected by the Industrial Commission’s decision to approve the 30,000-acre mega-unit oil development...

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