Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Tracy Potter’s tour of all 53 North Dakota county courthouses will bring him to Grand Forks next Wednesday.
Potter, who is running against Republican Gov. John Hoeven, has scheduled an Oct. 27 stop at the Grand Forks County courthouse at 1:30 p.m. At 9:30 a.m. that day, he’ll be speaking at the Walsh County courthouse in Grafton.
A Thursday news release announcing the events said the tour is “an antidote to slick 30-second TV political ads.”
“I want voters to actually see me, hear me and ask me questions,” Potter said in a written statement. “That is something that is just lacking in politics today, especially now so close to Election Day.”
Potter will talk about the county’s history before discussing his priorities for the office. The events are open to the public.