NEWS: Julie Fedorchak continues election winning streak with primary win, says she’s just getting started

Jun 28, 2024

Grand Forks Herald:

GRAND FORKS – After winning the 2024 Republican U.S. House primary, Julie Fedorchak said her campaign has momentum.

“We’ve really just hit our stride,” Fedorchak said. “We have a great team in place. We have a lot of the fundamentals of the campaign built and now it’s a matter of just continuing to push forward very aggressively for the next five months until November.”

Fedorchak beat four others to become the Republican candidate for the at-large seat in the November election. She’ll compete against Democratic candidate Trygve Hammer to become North Dakota’s next representative in the U.S. House. Fedorchak won almost 46% of the vote with more than 43,000 votes, ahead of second place Rick Becker’s 27,771 votes, according to unofficial election results from the North Dakota Secretary of State’s Office.

“I felt like it was the voters saying that they liked our messaging focused on the issues that they care about – the borders, energy policy, budget, inflation and my approach to tackling those,” Fedorchak said.

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