Forum staff reports, Published May 08 2012
Cramer releases TV ad for U.S. House raceFARGO – The first TV ad in North Dakota’s U.S. House race hits airwaves this week.
Republican challenger Kevin Cramer released his first 30-second bit online Sunday, using the time to summarize his platform and position on key issues.
Specifically, he pledges to cut the national debt, to oppose tax increases and to vote for repealing the 2010 health care reform act.
Cramer is challenging the Republican-endorsed candidate, Brian Kalk, in the June primary. Whoever wins that contest will take on Democrat Pam Gulleson in November.
In November, Gulleson released an online video that served as an introductory and biographical ad for her campaign, but the video did not run on TV.