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Heidi Heitkamp, the most endangered Democratic incumbent running for reelection in November, faces an uphill climb to win reelection.
Republicans aiming to defeat her attacked her campaign for the letter Tuesday. North Dakota Democratic Sen. Heidi Heitkamp apologized Tuesday after her campaign included names of several women without their permission in an open letter from sexual assault survivors criticizing her Republican opponent. Kevin Cramer on Sunday in an ad in several North Dakota newspapers, criticizing recent comments Cramer made about the MeToo movement and sexual assault survivors.
The ad was ed by more than women. But a conservative blog on Tuesday posted Facebook comments from several women who said their names were included without their knowledge or permission, and Heitkamp acknowledged the mistake and apologized. The error comes just as Heitkamp kicked off a three-week drive to erase her polling deficit in heavily Republican-leaning North Dakota.
Heitkamp is the most vulnerable Democratic senator facing reelection this year, and she is planning to barnstorm her state before Election Day to make a face-to-face case to voters. They are pioneers of the prairie. These are tough people whose grandparents were tough and great-grandparents were tough.
Because it happened. As North Dakotans who have experienced this absolute terror firsthand and survived these crimes — we are all prairie tough.
The letter was ed by more than women. But Say Anything, a conservative political blog in North Dakota, discovered Facebook posts from at least three women claiming they had not given the campaign permission to use their names, and were misidentified as sexual assault survivors. But she received an influx of campaign donations after the vote, and Heitkamp has attempted to turn her opposition against Kavanaugh, who was accused of sexual assault, into a political positive.
She has criticized Cramer for his remarks on the topic — he has made headlines multiple times for his rhetoric about the assault allegations — and cut a TV ad explaining her vote as one of political independence. Continue to article content. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter.Woman looking sex Kramer North Dakota
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