Vince Ulstad, Fargo, Published May 20 2012
With Cramer, it’s about characterThis November, North Dakotans will send one of our three Public Service commissioners to Washington to represent us in the House of Representatives.
We need to tap Kevin Cramer to represent North Dakota in Washington. His widespread experience in and knowledge of our state, coupled with his integrity, congeniality and perseverance, give North Dakotans another opportunity to be proud of our contributions to national life.
Three years ago, I became permanently and completely blind as result of a head-on collision. “Contrast” and “character” have become two significant issues in my life. Examples of contrasts in character are readily evident in all our lives. Cramer represents the character needed by the nation, in contrast to the character of many political leaders.
Through all his years of public service to North Dakota, he remains able and trustworthy, with an over-riding desire to do what is right. These years of service have proven his credentials to head to Washington, continuing to serve for North Dakota and the country. Leaders like that do not need to be limited in the time they can serve.
Please join me on June 12 in voting for Cramer to represent us in the U.S. House of Representatives.