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The North Dakota Democratic-NonPartisan League Party (Dem-NPL) is the North Dakota affiliate of the Democratic Party of the United States. This political organization is the outcome of a merger of two parties.


As amended by the Democratic-NPL Party Policy Committee, January 23, 2016.

Hoeven forgets BCRA includes nearly $800 billion in cuts to Medicaid

July 26, 2017

Sometimes we forget things, too… (BISMARCK, ND) – Last night, Senator John Hoeven forgot about a few things. 772 billion things, to be exact. That’s how much Medicaid spending would be cut under the deeply unpopular Better Care Reconciliation Act (BCRA). Last night, Hoeven voted in favor of the bill, after announcing just two weeks ago that he opposed it … Read More

Dem-NPL chair’s statement on banning transgender Americans from military service

July 26, 2017

(BISMARCK, ND) – Responding to the president’s decision to ban transgender Americans from U.S. military service, Democratic-NPL chairwoman Kylie Oversen issued the following statement: “Those who serve in our military represent the very best our country has to offer. They put their lives on the line to protect the freedoms we hold dear, and they should … Read More

Cramer, Hoeven both support plan to ‘repeal and do nothing’

July 20, 2017

CBO says ‘repeal and do nothing’ would result in 32m uninsured Americans; up 10m from ‘repeal and replace’ (BISMARCK, ND) – It’s official. North Dakota’s Rep. Kevin Cramer and Sen. John Hoeven both publicly stated their support for the staggeringly irresponsible plan to “repeal and do nothing” on health care.   Speaking on KNOX 1310 AM this morning, Rep. Cramer … Read More

Dem-NPL statement on attempts to “resurrect” Republican health care repeal

July 19, 2017

“Don’t Stop Calling.”  (BISMARCK, ND) – Responding to reports that Republican Senators are facing pressure from party leaders to resurrect their efforts to rip health care away from tens of thousands of North Dakotans, Democratic-NPL party chairwoman Kylie Oversen issued the following statement:  “Don’t stop calling. Don’t let up the pressure. Now is not the time to quiet … Read More