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The junior United States Senator from North Dakota, serving since 2011.
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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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