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ND Senate Majority Leader Rich Wardner not running for re-election

BISMARCK, N.D. (KFYR) - The state senate will look different when they meet again in 2023, and the changes will start at the top. State Senate Majority Leader Rich Wardner announced on Wednesday he won’t seek re-election when his term comes to an end next year. Wardner said in a statement he decided three years ago that he would retire from state politics in 2022.
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Burgum statement on retirement of Senate Majority Leader Rich Wardner

BISMARCK, N.D. (DECEMBER 15, 2021) – Gov. Doug Burgum today released the following statement in response to North Dakota Senate Majority Leader Rich Wardner announcing his retirement next year after 30 years in the Legislature. “Today we offer our deepest gratitude to Senator Rich Wardner for his more than...
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Inside North Dakota Politics: Governor’s Vetoes, COVID-19, and Interviews w/ Sen. Merrill Piepkorn & Sen. Rich Wardner

In our April 25th edition of Inside North Dakota Politics, we discuss Governor Burgum’s vetoes for the Transgender Sports and Mask bills as well as the end of the COVID-19 Emergency Declaration. We also bring in Senator Merrill Piepkorn to ask him about the Lignite Coal Industry and Senator Rich Wardner to discuss the end of the latest Legislative Session.
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