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ENG: John Henry Hoeven III (born March 13, 1957) is the junior United States Senator from North Dakota. He is a member of the North Dakota Republican Party. He is expected to become the state's senior senator when Kent Conrad retires from the Senate in January 2013. Hoeven served as the 31st Governor of North Dakota, serving from December 15, 2000 to December 7, 2010. He was the longest-serving current Governor in the United States at the time of his resignation. Prior to his election to the Governor's office, Hoeven served as the President of the nation's only state-owned bank, the Bank of North Dakota, from 1993 to 2000. Hoeven was elected to the U.S. Senate in the November 2, 2010 general election. He replaced now-former Sen. Byron L. Dorgan, North Dakota's junior senator, who chose ...
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John Hoeven, the three-term Republican governor from North Dakota, is running for senator from North Dakota against Democrat Tracy Potter, a state senator representing North Dakota's 35th District. As part of a Politics Daily series providing background about the major candidates in 2010, here are some answers to frequently asked questions about Hoeven's life. Is John Hoeven Married? Yes. Who is John Hoeven's wife? Hoeven is married to Mical "Mikey" Laird. What does John Hoeven's wife do for a living? Mikey is the first lady of North Dakota. She is an advocate for the ...

Hoeven wants U.S. Senate after decade as N.D. governor

BISMARCK — North Dakota’s Democratic U.S. Senate candidate films some of his political advertising himself on his backyard deck, using a cheap tripod and a $150 video camera, where his irreverent “grillside chats” are peppered with sounds from chirping birds and the occasional lawnmower. Although Democrat Tracy Potter’s campaign outdoes Republican rival John Hoeven’s in humor and quirkiness, it’s unlikely to save Potter from a November thumping, when Hoeven — who has been North Dakota’s governor for a decade — is likely to ...

Hoeven Hopes to Bring ND Values to Washington

For the first time in 24 years, North Dakotans have elected a Republican to United States Congress. Both John Hoeven and Rick Berg won their Senate and House races respectfully. Hoeven won substantially over Democratic challenger Tracy Potter, with about 75 percent of the vote. He will replace Senator Byron Dorgan, who didn`t seek re-election this year. Hoeven says his main goal in Congress will be to address the nation`s budget deficit and plans to bring North Dakota values to Washington. But he says change won`t happen over night. "We need to stimulate people and small ...

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Hoeven Calls on Air Force to Base Manned E-11A Aircraft at GFAFB Along With Global Hawk Block 20
WASHINGTON – Senator John Hoeven today wrote to Secretary of the Air Force Deborah Lee James asking that the manned E-11A aircraft be based at Grand Forks Air Force Base (GFAFB) along with the Global Hawk Block 20 already based at the base. Both aircraft are capable of performing the Battlefield Airborne Communications Node (BACN) mission. BACN provides a critical communications capability for our troops overseas. Hoeven told Secretary James that the BACN mission is a valuable asset and should be made a permanent Air Force program. Because the Grand Forks Air Force Base is already home to Global Hawk Block 20 aircraft, the senator made the case that the North Dakota base is a cost-effective, logical host for the BACN program if the manned E-11A were also based there. BACN was designed in response to the urgent operational needs of deployed forces and provides excellent communications capabilities at relatively low cost, making it both important to the nation’s defense and
Hoeven Announces Nearly $1.5 Million Grant to Bismarck Airport
WASHINGTON – Senator John Hoeven today announced that the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) has awarded an additional $1.462 million in funding to help rehabilitate the runway at Bismarck Municipal Airport. Last week, DOT awarded $472,448 in funding to the airport, for a total of $1,935,000. As a member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, Hoeven has been working to invest in infrastructure and other services to meet the needs of North Dakota’s growing population. “Our airports are serving more and more travelers each year,” said Hoeven. “We’re working to ensure that we invest in the infrastructure necessary to maintain the high quality of life we enjoy in North Dakota. This grant will help the Bismarck Airport to renovate its runway to meet our needs.” The DOT grant is awarded to the City of Bismarck by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The funding will be used to rehabilitate the center runway, including milling and ove
Hoeven Statement on President Barack Obama's Visit to the Standing Rock Reservation
BISMARCK, N.D. – Senator John Hoeven, a member of the U.S. Senate Indian Affairs Committee, issued the following statement regarding President Barack Obama’s visit to North Dakota: “By coming to Standing Rock, President Obama will get a better understanding of both the rich culture of native peoples and some of the challenges like crime and teen suicide that they face far too often on the reservation. “To address one aspect of those challenges, we have introduced the bipartisan Native American Children’s Safety Act, legislation to implement rigorous minimum protections for Native American children placed by tribal courts into the tribal foster care system. “The president should also take time during his visit to see firsthand how we are developing our energy resources in North Dakota, both on and off the reservation, and how the same approach could help us to grow our national economy and create jobs and opportunities for our people.”
Hoeven Urges Forest Service Chief to Meet With North Dakota Ranchers to Resolve Disputes Over Grassland Management
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