John Dietrich, Fargo, Published June 08 2012
Cramer right man for the timesIn the midst of an extended national recession, North Dakota remains an economically insulated bastion of growth and development, and most everyone can agree that the ingredients for this success are a combination of our state’s energy complimented by a reasonable regulatory climate that attracts and retains businesses.
When I travel and talk to friends and business associates in other states, people are dialed into the success of North Dakota and its sound business approach.
As the state’s Public Service commissioner, Kevin Cramer has played a significant role in this growth. Give credit where credit is due. He served as North Dakota’s tourism director under Gov. Ed Schafer, appointed Public Service commissioner by Gov. John Hoeven, and now serves as the lead Public Service commissioner under Gov. Jack Dalrymple.
This experience is exactly why I want him to represent us in Washington, and also why I will be supporting him in Tuesday’s primary.