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North Dakota Democratic-NPL Party
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Party Chairman Mark Schneider
Senate Leader David O'Connell
House Leader Merle Boucher
Founded 1956
Headquarters Kennedy Center
1902 East Divide Avenue
Bismarck, ND 58501
Political ideology American Liberalism
Progressivism
Center-left
National affiliation Democratic Party
Color(s) Blue
Web Site www.demnpl.com

The North Dakota Democratic Non-Partisan League Party (abbreviated Democratic-NPL, Dem-NPL or DNL) is the North Dakota affiliate of the Democratic Party of the United States. The current party chairman is Mark Schneider.

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History

The Democratic-NPL formed in 1956 by the merger of the state Democratic Party with the Non-Partisan League.

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Notable figures

  • Quentin Burdick - former U.S. Senator and U.S. Representative
  • Jocelyn Burdick - former U.S. Senator
  • John Moses - former U.S. Senator and Governor
  • William E. Purcell - former U.S. Senator and State Senator
  • Fountain L. Thompson - former U.S. Senator
  • William N. Roach - former U.S. Senator
  • Rolland W. Redlin - former U.S. Representative, State Senator and State Senate President Pro Tempore
  • George Sinner - former Governor and State Senator
  • Art Link - former U.S. Representative, Governor, State Representative and State Speaker of the House
  • Bill Guy - former Governor and State Representative
  • Thomas H. Moodie - former Governor
  • John Burke - former Governor, State Senator and State Representative
  • Lloyd Omdahl - former Lieutenant Governor and Tax Commissioner
  • Ruth Meiers - former Lieutenant Governor
  • Wayne Sanstead - former Lieutenant Governor, State Senator, State Representative and current Superintendent of Public Instruction
  • Charles Tighe - former Lieutenant Governor
  • Henry Holt - former Lieutenant Governor
  • Patricia Kelly - former State Representative and State Speaker of the House
  • Dan K. Wogsland - former State Senator and State Senate Majority Leader
  • Corliss Mushik - former State Representative, State Senator and State Senate President Pro Tempore
  • William S. Heigaard - former State Senator and State Senate Majority Leader
  • Herschel Lashkowitz - former State Senator, State Senate President Pro Tempore and Mayor of Fargo
  • Bonnie L. Heinrich - former State Senator and State Senate President Pro Tempore
  • Richard J. Backles - former State Representative and State House Majority Leader
  • Donald Griffey - former State Representative and State House Majority Leader
  • John Schneider - former State Representative, State House Minority Leader and North Dakota U.S. Attorney
  • Jim Kusler - former Secretary of State
  • Heidi Heitkamp - former Attorney General and Tax Commissioner
  • Nicholas Spaeth - former Attorney General
  • Kathi Gilmore - former State Treasurer
  • Walter Christensen - former State Treasurer
  • Robert E. Hanson - former State Treasurer and Tax Commissioner
  • John Gray - former State Treasurer and Tax Commissioner
  • Roger Johnson - former Agriculture Commissioner
  • Sarah Vogel - former Agriculture Commissioner
  • Myron Just - former Agriculture Commissioner and State Senator
  • Byron Knutson - former Insurance Commissioner, Labor Commissioner and State Representative
  • Glenn Pomeroy - former Insurance Commissioner and State Representative
  • William T. DePuy - former Tax Commissioner
  • Bruce Hagen - former Public Service Commissioner
  • David M. Strauss - former State Party Chairman
  • Mary Wakefield - former State Party Vice-Chairwoman

Elected officials

2008 general election candidates

The following Democratic-NPL candidates were re-elected:

The following Democratic-NPL candidates ran for an office currently not held by the Democratic-NPL Party and were unsuccessful:

2006 midterm election candidates

The following Democratic-NPL candidates were re-elected:

The following Democratic-NPL candidates ran for an office currently not held by the Democratic-NPL Party and were unsuccessful:

See also

External links


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