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In This Guide About the LGBT Organizing Project Candidate Survey & Responses North Dakota Legislative Districts Voting in North Dakota Impacts to LGBTQ Community North Dakota State Party Platforms LGBT Organizations in North Dakota


ABOUT THE NORTH DAKOTA LGBT ORGANIZING PROJECT The LGBT Organizing Project is an ad-hoc confederation of individuals and organizations who convene to advance the protection of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (or LGBTQ) people throughout North Dakota from discrimination based on their sexual orientation or gender identity. With this survey, we asked candidates questions to inform us and our followers about their opinions on pertinent LGBTQ discrimination issues. We are asked for responses by September 19th. To avoid misunderstanding, here are the meanings of the words we used to describe the issues at stake: Discrimination regularly occurs to those perceived to be LGBTQ, whether or not they actually fall into any of these categories. SEXUAL ORIENTATION: A term that refers to a person’s physical, romantic, and/or emotional form of attraction to others. Orientations include straight, which refers to people who are attracted to members of the opposite gender, lesbian and gay, both of which refer to people who are attracted

to members of the same gender, as well as bisexual, which is an umbrella term for people who experience sexual and/or emotional attraction to more than one gender. In Western cultures, gender identity and sexual orientation are not the same. GENDER IDENTITY: One’s internal sense of being male, female, neither of these, both, or other gender(s). Everyone has a gender identity. “Sex assigned at birth” is the assignment and classification of people as (most typically) male or female at birth, often based on physical anatomy at birth and/or karyotyping. TRANSGENDER/TRANS: An umbrella term for people whose gender identity differs from the sex they were assigned at birth. The term transgender is not indicative of gender expression, sexual orientation, hormonal makeup, physical anatomy, or how one is perceived in daily life. QUEER: Traditionally a pejorative term, this word has been reclaimed as a term for people of marginalized gender identities and sexual orientations that differ from traditional societal norms.

NONDISCRIMINATION CANDIDATE SURVEY Q1. What is your name? Name _________________________________ Email Address _ __________________________ Q2.  How familiar would you say are you with issues that impact the LGBTQ community in North Dakota? ◯ Very familiar ◯ Somewhat familiar ◯ Not very familiar ◯ Not familiar at all Comments ________________________ Q3.  Would you support nondiscrimination protections based on sexual orientation and gender identity for housing, employment, and public accommodations? ◯ Yes ◯ No ◯ Unsure Comments ________________________

Q4.  Would you oppose legislation that would require individuals to use the bathroom that matches the gender on their birth certificate? ◯ Yes ◯ No ◯ Unsure Comments ________________________ Q5. W  hat role should educators and schools play in protecting LGBTQ students from bullying and harassment? Comments ________________________ Q6.  Are you willing to meet with LGBTQ organizations to create community-based solutions that support the diverse population of North Dakota? ◯ Yes ◯ No ◯ Maybe Comments ________________________

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— NO R TH DAKOTA CAN DI DATE SU RVE Y R ESPONSES — OFFICE United States Senator United States Senator United States Senator United States Senator Representative in Congress Representative in Congress Representative in Congress Governor and Lt. Governor Governor and Lt. Governor Governor and Lt. Governor State Auditor State Auditor State Treasurer State Treasurer State Treasurer Insurance Commissioner Insurance Commissioner Insurance Commissioner Public Service Commissioner Public Service Commissioner Public Service Commissioner Supt. of Public Instruction Supt. of Public Instruction Justice of the Supreme Court Justice of the Supreme Court Justice of the Supreme Court State Representative State Representative State Representative State Representative State Senator State Representative State Representative State Representative State Representative State Senator State Senator State Representative State Representative State Representative State Representative State Senator State Senator State Representative State Representative State Representative State Representative State Senator State Senator State Representative State Representative State Representative State Representative State Senator State Senator

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FIRST NAME James Eliot John Robert Kevin Chase Jack Doug Burgum Marvin Nelson Marty Riske Josh Roland Tim Eric Kelly Nick Ruth Jon Julie Marlo Thomas Kirsten Joe Robert Lisa Jerod Bert Brandon Doug Donald David Cesar Terry Bill Kenton Jordan Tyler Dick Jean (Jeannie) Bob Craig David Shawn Casey Jeff Agnes Vernon Howard Harold Chuck Elsie Blair David Daryl Janne Quentin

LAST NAME Germalic Glassheim Hoeven Marquette Cramer Iron Eyes Seaman and Brent Sanford and Joan Heckaman and Joshua Voytek Gallion Riemers Mathern Olson Schmidt Bata Buffalo Godfread Fedorchak Hunte-Beaubrun Skadeland Baesler Chiang Bolinske McEvers Tufte Anderson Delvo Hoffman Longmuir Rust Alvarez Jones Oliver Onstad Kannianen Stafslien Anderson Brandt Hunskor Johnson O’Connell Vedaa Buchmann Delzer Jennings Laning Anderson Tweeten Damschen Magnus Monson Passa Myrdal Wenzel

PARTY* I D R L R D L R D L R L D L R L D R R D L NP NP NP NP NP R D D R R D R R D R D R D D R D R D R D R R I R D R D R D

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* Party: D=Democrat R=Republican L=Libertarian I=Independent NP=No Party Ballot SB2279: 2015 Legislative Bill relating to prohibition of discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation Incumbents: Y=Voted to Ban Discrimination, N=Voted to Not Ban Discrimination • http://www.legis.nd.gov/assembly/64-2015/bill-index/bi2279.html **

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— NO R TH DAKOTA CAN DI DATE SU RVE Y R ESPONSES — OFFICE State Representative State Representative State Representative State Representative State Senator State Senator State Representative State Representative State Representative State Representative State Senator State Senator State Representative State Representative State Representative State Representative State Representative State Representative State Senator State Senator State Representative State Representative State Representative State Representative State Senator State Senator State Representative State Representative State Representative State Senator State Senator State Representative State Representative State Representative State Representative State Senator State Senator State Representative State Representative State Representative State Representative State Senator State Senator State Representative State Representative State Representative State Representative State Senator State Senator State Representative State Representative State Senator State Senator

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FIRST NAME Jim Jessica Pam Bernie Katie John Bonita Jon Mark Robin Dave Jerry Brenda Greg Lisa Ben Ben Andrew Tyler David Allen Corey Kyle Steve Scott Connie Rick Aaron Gail Phil Arne Michael Allan Marijo Brandy Steven Gary Sharon Daniel Dwight Naomi Eldred Larry Bill Sebastian Jerry Kathy Jim Jason Mike Jeffery Robert Dustin

LAST NAME Grueneich Haak Musland Satrom Andersen Grabinger Lindseth Nelson Nelson Weisz Anderson Klein Bergsrud Westlind Dullum Hanson Koppelman Marschall Axness Clemens Beireis Mock Thorson Vetter Meyer Triplett Holman McWilliams Mooney Murphy Osland Howe Peterson Peterson Pyle Allard Lee Buhr Johnston Kiefert Muscha Knutson Robinson Amerman Ertelt Kelsh Skroch Dotzenrod Heitkamp Brandenburg Magrum Erbele Peyer

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— NO R TH DAKOTA CAN DI DATE SU RVE Y R ESPONSES — OFFICE State Representative State Representative State Representative State Representative State Senator State Senator State Representative State Representative State Representative State Representative State Senator State Senator State Representative State Representative State Representative State Representative State Senator State Senator State Representative State Representative State Representative State Representative State Senator State Representative State Representative State Representative State Representative State Senator State Representative State Representative State Representative State Representative State Senator State Senator State Representative State Representative State Representative State Representative State Senator State Senator State Representative State Representative State Representative State Representative State Senator State Senator State Representative State Representative State Representative State Representative State Senator State Senator

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FIRST NAME Tom Glenn Mike Kathleen Diane Chris Karen Patrick Cheryl Lisa Dick Tiffany Bernie Jessica Todd Nathan Dwight Dave Linda Dean Mike Luke Kelly Larry Richard Susan Dan David Heidi Matthew Randy AJ Phil Karen Jake Grant Emily Kylie Curt Mac Joshua Karla Gail Blair Tim Merrill Kirsten Dan Jim Shannon Jim George

LAST NAME Asbridge Bosch Nathe Risch Larson Rausch Ehrens Heinert Kary Meier Dever Hodge Parkhurst Petrick Porter Toman Cook Gipp Kittilson Meyer Schatz Simons Armstrong Bellew Rintoul Rintoul Ruby Hogue Rintoul Ruby Schobinger Schultz Franklin Krebsbach Blum Hauschild O’Brien Oversen Kreun Schneider Boschee Hanson Nelson Thoreson Flakoll Piepkorn Diederich Fisher Kasper Roers Jones Roers Sinner

PARTY* D R R D R D D R D R R D D D R R R D D D R R R R D D R R D R R D D R R D R D R D D D R R R D D D R R R D

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Party: D=Democrat R=Republican L=Libertarian I=Independent NP=No Party Ballot ** SB2279: 2015 Legislative Bill relating to prohibition of discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation Incumbents: Y=Voted to Ban Discrimination, N=Voted to Not Ban Discrimination • http://www.legis.nd.gov/assembly/64-2015/bill-index/bi2279.html *

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WHAT SHOULD I KNOW ABOUT VOTING IN NORTH DAKOTA NO VOTER REGISTRATION North Dakota is the only state without voter registration. Although North Dakota was one of the first states to adopt voter registration prior to the turn of the century, it abolished it in 1951. It is also worth noting that North Dakota law still provides cities with the ability to register voters for city elections. North Dakota is a rural state and its communities maintain close ties and networks. North Dakota’s system of voting, and lack of voter registration, is rooted in its rural character by providing small precincts. Establishing relatively small precincts is intended to ensure that election boards know the voters who come to the polls to vote on Election Day and can easily detect those who should not be voting in the precinct. VOTING IN NORTH DAKOTA Precincts in North Dakota maintain a list of voters who have voted in previous elections. When a voter approaches a polling location they are asked to provide an acceptable form of identification. Then the election board will attempt to locate the voter’s name on the voting list. If the voter’s name is on the list, the voter’s name and address are verified and the voter is then allowed to vote. http://www.aflcio.org/content/ download/9891/124931/ND-rights.pdf REQUIREMENTS FOR IDENTIFICATION Identification must include the voter’s: • Name • Current residential street address • Date of birth

• L ong-term care certificate (provided by ND facility) • Voter’s Affidavit Voting absentee or by mail requires a: • N  orth Dakota form of identification listed above • M  ilitary ID – Only for uniformed service or family member stationed away from North Dakota residence. • Passport – Only for North Dakota residents outside the United States. • Attester – An applicant without a valid form of identification may use an attester. The attester must provide his or her name, North Dakota driver’s license, non-driver’s, or tribal identification number, and sign the absentee/mail ballot application form to attest to the applicant’s North Dakota residency and voting eligibility. • Voter’s Affidavit What if I don’t have any ID? • You cannot vote without an ID in North Dakota.* You can obtain a free non-driver’s ID by visiting your local Department of Transportation office or www. Dot.ND.gov for more information. • Note: To obtain an ID, other supporting documents will be necessary (i.e. birth certificate, social security card, etc.). There is a cost to obtain these documents. • If you cannot receive a free ID from the Department of Transportation and will not have a qualifying ID to show at your polling place, you should inform the poll workers that you wish to vote using a voter affidavit. Voters without qualifying ID: On August 1, 2016 a federal court ruled that ND’s voter ID law could not be enforced by the state without providing voters without qualifying ID a failsafe option for voting. Voters without qualifying ID may vote in the 2016 general election using a voter affidavit.

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Valid Forms of Identification: Voting in-person requires a North Dakota: • Current driver’s license or non-driver’s identification card • Tribal government issued identification

—•— FOR FURTHER VOTER INFORMATION, VISIT: https://vip.sos.nd.gov/PortalList.aspx STATEWIDE ELECTION INFORMATION, PRECINCTS, AND POLLING PLACES https://vip.sos.nd.gov/Precincts.aspx?eid=292 NORTH DAKOTA ELECTION LAW BOOK https://vip.sos.nd.gov/pdfs/Portals/2016%20Election%20Law%20Book.pdf KNOW YOUR RIGHTS: VOTING IN NORTH DAKOTA https://www.aclund.org/en/know-your-rights/know-your-rights-voting-north-dakota EQUALITY FOR ALL



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IMPACTS TO LGBTQ COMMUNITY SO-CALLED “RELIGIOUS LIBERTY” LEGISLATION Many states have been debating these measures – they sound nice (“religious liberty”); in reality, these bills are reinforcing the legal right to discriminate based on sexual orientation and gender identity. For example, Mississippi recently passed a law that allows businesses and religious groups to deny services, like counseling, wedding planning, and adoption support to LGBT individual (http:// www.cnn.com/2016/04/06/us/religious-freedomlaws-why-now/). There was not a similar law debated during the last session of the North Dakota legislature, but it is entirely possible such a bill could be introduced this session – and because legislators must vote on every bill that is introduced, this could very well be an issue in the coming legislative session. ANTI-DISCRIMINATION LEGISLATION While marriage equality is the law of the land, there are no federal statutory protections against employment, housing, or public accommodations discrimination. That means this equal protection is left up to individual states, and also puts many LGBT individuals in an awkward bind – while everyone has an equal right to marry, LGBT individuals still face the possibility of being fired, evicted, or other forms of discrimination. The North Dakota legislature came so close to implementing an LGBT anti-discrimination law in 2015; NDHRC was proud to be spear-heading efforts

to educate legislators about the discrimination that LGBT North Dakotans deal with every day. SB 2279 would have prohibited discrimination based on sexual orientation in housing, employment, public services, and personal business transactions. It passed in the Senate but failed in the House. Many people showed up to testify in support of this bill, often sharing very personal stories about the discrimination they have experienced, just as many did in 2009 and 2013 as well. Each time, however, the North Dakota legislature defeated this important legislation. “BATHROOM BILLS” North Carolina has served as the poster child for the latest wave of attack on transgender rights. These “bathroom bills” generally require that individuals use the bathroom that matches the sex on their birth certificate or their current ID. It is not difficult to imagine the difficulty and outright violence that might meet individuals who present as a different gender than their state-issued ID indicates – indeed, transgender individuals often experience violence in many aspects of their lives. These bills are hateful, mean, and, to top it off, largely unenforceable in a polite society. The good news is that some governors have vetoed similar legislation – most locally, in South Dakota. However, the debate around these legislative initiatives creates a (more) dangerous and inhospitable environment for our trans brothers and sisters.

Source: http://ndhrc.org/news/20160516/questions-candidates

If you have any questions on this document and other issues regarding LGBT anti‑discrimination in North Dakota, please contact the North Dakota Human Rights Coalition at www.ndhrc.org. North Dakota LGBT Organizing Project

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NORTH DAKOTA STATE PARTY PLATFORMS NORTH DAKOTA DEMOCRATIC-NPL PLATFORMS AND RESOLUTIONS HUMAN RIGHTS ND Human Rights Law The Dem-NPL Party supports extending to persons the protection of the ND

Human Rights Law that prohibits discrimination in housing, employment, public accommodations, and marriage based upon sexual orientation and gender identity or expression. As adopted in Convention, April 2016, Bismarck, ND • http://demnpl.com/party-platform-resolutions/

NORTH DAKOTA REPUBLICAN GOP RESOLUTIONS 4. 2  016 RESOLUTION: FREEDOM OF SPEECH, FAITH, AND RELIGION WHEREAS: North Dakota Republicans understand that one of the reasons freedom is at-risk of disappearing from North Dakota is because in many instances freedom has been inadequately defended philosophically and theologically; THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED: That North Dakota Republicans party strongly supports the right of North Dakota citizens to speak freely and to practice religious freedoms as guaranteed to all citizens under the First Amendment to the United States Constitution, and Article 1 of the North Dakota Constitution. AND THEREFORE BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED: That the North Dakota Republican party support that no business owner shall be forced to give up their religious freedom in order to comply with local, state, or federal laws that mandate otherwise. AND THEREFORE BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED: That the North Dakota Republican Party supports the rights to voluntary prayer and posting the Ten Commandments during any public meeting or activity. 11. 2016 RESOLUTION: ABSTINENCE EDUCATION WHEREAS: The best protection for men and women from sexually-transmitted disease is to abstain from sexual activity until marriage; and WHEREAS: When told the truth, young men and women are capable of making good decisions and are capable of controlling their natural desires; THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED: The North Dakota Republican Party supports teaching about the true risks regarding pre-marital sexual activity for both men and women, and their future children. This should be taught whenever sex education is taught, including junior high, high school, and higher education; and EQUALITY FOR ALL



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BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED: When possible, the state should use this knowledge when making policy decisions that would encourage young men and women to abstain from sexual activity until marriage. 16. 2  016 RESOLUTION: DEFINITION OF MARRIAGE BE IT RESOLVED: The North Dakota Republican Party supports the State definition of marriage as a union of one man and one woman. Be it further resolved, that the North Dakota Republican Party calls upon our attorney general to vigorously defend in court any attempts by the Federal government or judiciary to override our state constitution. 42. 2  016 RESOLUTION: IN OPPOSITION TO SEXUAL ORIENTATION AND GENDER IDENTITY [SOGI] ANTI-DISCRIMINATION BILLS WHEREAS: SOGI bills do not contain provisions whereby individuals who make the claim to be opposite or other than their biological gender shall be prohibited from entering facilities designated for use by members who are biologically the opposite sex. WHEREAS: SOGI bills seek to pacify those made uncomfortable as a result of their gender dysphoria by compromising the potential comfort and safety of an untold number of innocent individuals. WHEREAS: SOGI bills do not provide means to test the veracity of the claimant who identifies as other than his or her biological gender. WHEREAS: SOGI bills open the door for non-gender dysphoric individuals to exploit the opportunity to enter opposite-sex facilities for purposes other than those for which they were designed, which may be impossible to detect or identify with any certainty. 2016 Primary Election Voter Guide


WHEREAS: SOGI bills provide non gender dysphoric individuals with the means to initiate legal action against anyone who may question their motives in entering an opposite-gender facility, effectively rendering such inquiries impractical for fear of retribution. WHEREAS: SOGI bills grant protection to voyeurs who wish to prey on members of the opposite sex. WHEREAS: Proponents of SOGI bills ask us to abandon basic biological principle in accepting that sexual orientation is a genetic trait, but gender is not. WHEREAS: Proponents of SOGI bills have failed to demonstrate that the issue is even an issue, let alone a pressing issue warranting remediation. WHEREAS: Proponents of SOGI bills routinely advance the false narrative that they “just want the same rights and protections [you] already have”. Every right and protection enshrined in statute As adopted in Convention, April 2016, Fargo, ND •

applies to every North Dakotan equally. There is no legal remedy against suffering discrimination as a result of the heterosexuality of any given subject. WHEREAS: The Republican Party of North Dakota does not advocate discrimination borne of hatred for one’s fellow man. WHEREAS: Right of conscience is paramount and should not be infringed to pacify a vocal minority WHEREAS: The Republican Party of North Dakota recognizes that arbitrary discrimination is best sorted out in the free market which is invariably unforgiving in instances of unwarranted discrimination. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: The Republican Party of North Dakota opposes the passage of legislation which adds sexual orientation and gender identity to our Century code as protected classes on the grounds that it creates a host of problems without solving a single one. https://www.ndgop.org/home/2016-resolutions/

LIBERTARIAN PARTY PLATFORM 1.3 PRIVACY are born with certain inherent rights. We reject the idea that a natural right can ever impose an Libertarians advocate individual privacy and obligation upon others to fulfill that “right.” We government transparency. We are committed condemn bigotry as irrational and repugnant. to ending government’s practice of spying on Government should neither deny nor abridge any everyone. We support the rights recognized by the Fourth Amendment to be secure in our persons, individual’s human right based upon sex, wealth, homes, property, and communications. Protection ethnicity, creed, age, national origin, personal from unreasonable search and seizure should habits, political preference or sexual orientation. include records held by third parties, such as Members of private organizations retain their rights to set whatever standards of association email, medical, and library records. they deem appropriate, and individuals are free to 1.4 PERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS respond with ostracism, boycotts and other free Sexual orientation, preference, gender, or gender market solutions. Parents, or other guardians, identity should have no impact on the government’s have the right to raise their children according to treatment of individuals, such as in current their own standards and beliefs. This statement marriage, child custody, adoption, immigration or shall not be construed to condone child abuse or military service laws. Government does not have neglect. the authority to define, license or restrict personal relationships. Consenting adults should be free to 4.0 OMISSIONS choose their own sexual practices and personal Our silence about any other particular government law, regulation, ordinance, directive, edict, control, relationships. regulatory agency, activity, or machination should 3.5 RIGHTS AND DISCRIMINATION not be construed to imply approval. Libertarians embrace the concept that all people As adopted in Convention, June 2014, Columbus, OH • https://www.lp.org/platform

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LGBTQ ORGANIZATIONS IN NORTH DAKOTA Dakota OutRight http://www.dakotaoutright.org/ https://www.facebook.com/DakotaOutRight https://www.facebook.com/groups/215499115310214/ North Dakota Human Rights Coalition http://www.ndhrc.org/ https://www.facebook.com/NDHumanRightsCoalition Prairie Pride – Dickinson https://www.facebook.com/NDPrairiePride/ Pride Collective and Community Center – Fargo http://www.pridecollective.com/ https://www.facebook.com/FMpridecenter https://www.facebook.com/FMPride/ Pride Minot http://www.prideminot.org/ https://www.facebook.com/PrideMinot https://www.facebook.com/groups/405678132805987/ Ruby River Society – Grand Forks http://www.rubyriver.org/ https://www.facebook.com/rubyriversociety/ Tri State Transgender https://www.tristatetrans.org/index.php/Main_Page Williston Rainbow Rendezvous https://www.facebook.com/ groups/1684756275077273/

LGBT AFFIRMATIVE SERVICES ACLU North Dakota https://www.aclund.org/ Faith Forward Network North Dakota http://www.faithforwardnd.org/ Great Plains Affirming Campus Conference http://affirmingcampus.org/ LGBT Affirmative Therapists in North Dakota (from NDSU) https://www.ndsu.edu/hdfs/ftc/lgbtmha/ North Dakota AFL-CIO http://www.ndaflcio.org/ North Dakota Coalition for Homeless People http://www.ndhomelesscoalition.org/ North Dakota Planned Parenthood https://www.plannedparenthood.org/plannedparenthood-minnesota-north-dakota-south-dakota North Dakota Womens Network http://www.ndwomen.org/ Resources for Youth in Crisis http://www.nd.gov/ndyouth/crisis American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists http://www.aasect.org/

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