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Jim Fuglie

Executive Director

North Dakota Democratic-NPL Party

HQ Phone:  (701) 255-0460

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North Dakota Democratic-NPL Party

1902 East Divide Avenue

Bismarck, North Dakota,58501

United States

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Executive Director

North Dakota Democrats


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News | High Plains Reader, Fargo ND

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HPR Columnist Jim Fuglie, past Executive Director of the North Dakota Democratic-NPL Party, thought that "The rest of the North Dakota statewide races feature a lackluster slate of candidates on both sides, none of whom I can see with much more than a long shot at future political stardom in North Dakota, with the possible exception of Republican Public Service Commissioner Julie Fedorchak.
by Jim Fuglie


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Statement from Democratic-NPL executive director (Bismarck, N.D.) Jim Fuglie, executive director of the North Dakota Democratic-NPL Party, put out the statement below about RNC Chairman Ken Mehlman's appearance in Bismarck today.


KFYR-TV North Dakota's NBC News Leader

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"You know in the 2003 legislative session he testified against mandates for ethanol," says Jim Fuglie, Executive Director of North Dakota`s Democratic Party.


KFYR-TV North Dakota's NBC News Leader

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The Executive Director of the North Dakota Democratic Party, Jim Fuglie, says he doesn`t think voters want someone who switches positions in the middle of a campaign"It`s pretty obvious this is a giant flip flop," says Fuglie."Just a few months ago the candidate was saying it was time to give amnesty.Now he`s saying round them up and ship them out."Fuglie says Congressman Pomeroy crossed party lines and voted for the best immigration bill there was this session.


North Dakota Democratic-NPL Party Blog: September 2006

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Jim Fuglie's News from the Trail Jim Fuglie's News from the Trail North Dakota Century Code Section 16.1-07- 04.Jim Fuglie's News from the Trail Jim Fuglie's News from the Trail Jim Fuglie's News from the Trail (Bismarck, N.D.) -- Jim Fuglie, executive director of the North Dakota Democratic-NPL Party, put out the statement below about RNC Chairman Ken Mehlman's appearance in Bismarck today.Statement from Jim Fuglie on Sept. 22, 2006:Jim Fuglie's News from the Trail Jim Fuglie's News from the Trail Jim Fuglie's News from the Trail Jim Fuglie's News from the Trail Jim Fuglie's News from the Trail Ardell Tharaldson reads the Washington Post online and yesterday he sent me a really depressing story.Jim Fuglie's News from the Trail In Jim Fuglie's News from the Trail posted earlier on this blog, it was clear that the NDGOP candidate for U.S. House has flip flopped on the immigration issue.He held press conferences about it yesterday.Here' what he had to say, and Fuglie's response:Fuglie: Hmmmm.Jim Fuglie's News from the Trail Jim Fuglie's News from the Trail Jim Fuglie's News from the Trail Jim Fuglie's News from the Trail One of our legislative candidates (one who has already knocked on more than 1,000 doors) told me this week that one of the things he has learned is that candidates need to use the word "for" more often.As in "Here's what I'm for." Good point.


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