Democrat Brand So Damaged That North Dakota Dem Is Describing Himself As An Independent

How bad are things for some Democrats? In North Dakota, one candidate doesn’t even wanted to be associated with the party. Mac Schneider is a candidate for the House and is referring to himself as an independent.

The Say Anything Blog reports:

The Democratic Brand Is So Toxic in North Dakota Democrats Lie and Call Themselves “Independents”

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Over the weekend the Grand Forks Herald published an interview with Democratic U.S. House candidate Mac Schneider. In the interview, Schneider described himself as an “independent.”

Schneider, the Democratic candidate for North Dakota’s seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, visited for an hour last week with the Herald’s editorial board. The board noted that it asked his opponent, Kelly Armstrong, if Armstrong is a “Trump Republican.” Armstrong responded affirmatively.

The Herald subsequently asked Schneider: “What are you?”

“I’m a North Dakota independent,” he said. “That’s how I tried to lead the caucus when I was in the Legislature — in a bipartisan fashion, working together to best suit North Dakota.

That’s a bit rich.

Anyone familiar with Schneider’s work at the Legislature is familiar with his approach to leadership there. It was generally cordial, sure, but explicitly partisan. Schneider was not above maneuvers and gimmicks calculated to benefit Democrats, politically, as opposed to promoting good policy for North Dakota.

North Dakota is a pretty conservative state. Who can blame this guy for not wanting to be identified with his party? LOL!

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