Team Doug Weekly Round-Up: September 30

By October 3, 2016Uncategorized

 

 


Team Doug Weekly Round-Up

It was an exciting week for the campaign, as early voting has officially begun in North Dakota. Additionally, Doug and Brent traveled around the state where they discussed their plans to create a new economy for North Dakota, which will create jobs.

Finally, next Monday night is the second debate which will be held in Bismarck. Let’s look at the news from the past few days. 

– Team Doug 

 

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Doug Burgum grew up in Arthur, North Dakota and graduated from North Dakota State University.  Doug literally bet the family farm on a software startup company that hired thousands of North Dakotans from over 220 North Dakota communities.  Doug is a business leader and political outsider who will bring new ideas and a fresh perspective that will transform North Dakota’s economy for the future.

 

 

News From The Week …  
 
With Election Day approaching, Team Doug released a web video highlighting how to vote early for Doug and the GOP ticket. 

Fargo resident Melissa Schmalenberger penned an op-ed in the Fargo Forum where she praised Doug Burgum for creating jobs and allowing her the opportunity to raise their children in North Dakota. “I write this in support of Doug Burgum for North Dakota governor and to publicly thank him for his role in allowing us to raise all three of our children in the state. My husband and I both grew up in western North Dakota and traveled to University of North Dakota for college knowing that with my husband pursuing a degree in technology, we would most likely leave the state for a job in a metropolitan area. As my husband started applying for jobs after leaving graduate school, he applied for a job at a software company neither of us had ever heard of, Great Plains Software. My husband would tell me stories about what kind of person Doug was. He can cite numerous examples of where Doug saw the company not as the product being produced as the greatest asset, but the employees being the most important asset. I write this in support of Doug Burgum for North Dakota governor and to publicly thank him for his role in allowing us to raise all three of our children in the state.”

 
Carson Wentz got his first bow buck and KVRR-TV reports that Wentz thanked Doug for his assistance.

Additionally, Team Doug participated in NDSU’s homecoming parade.

Finally, Hanford Mayor Debbie Burgum Dahl writes on Facebook that Hannaford is Burgum Country. 

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