Candidates in November election introduce themselves to DSU students


Dickinson State University’s League of Political Scientist, a student group,  is urging people to get out and vote with a series of candidate forums to educate voters about the people running in this upcoming election. 

U.S. House of Representatives candidate Kelly Armstrong and North Dakota Secretary of State Al Jaeger were on campus Monday at Dickinson State University to talk to students faculty, and community members about the November election. 

Jaeger talked  about voter registration practices and Armstrong had some major talking points of his own such as trade, the economy, and border control, but some students in the audience wanted to hear more about school funding.

“Right now Woods Hall ( on DSU campus) is still unfinished because of a lack of funding, so I think that is an issue the needs to be addressed, ” said Amanda D’Aniello, Dickinson State University student. 

Another “Meet the Candidates Day” is scheduled for October 22 on the DSU campus.

U.S Senate candidate Kevin Cramer and District 37 representative Mike Lefor are expected to attend.

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