ND GOP: One-term Democratic state senator is a “career politician”

North Dakota Republicans are paying for an ad accusing a Democratic state senator of being a “career politician” though he hasn’t even completed one term in office.

The ad targets George B. Sinner, a Democrat running for re-election in south Fargo’s District 46.

The “career politician” first ran for office in 2012, at the tender age of 59. He is currently serving his first term.

In his spare time, the “career politician” works as a banker with over 30 years of experience.

Unfortunately though for Sinner, another career politician has him beat.

North Dakota Governor Jack Dalrymple was elected to the state legislature in 1985 and served eight careers there. He was then elected lieutenant governor, and served three careers in that office. The Republican was finally elected governor in 2012.

Of Dalrymple’s 68 years on Earth, he’s spent 31 years as a politician, for an grand total of 12 careers. We can’t wait until the GOP finds out and tears him a new one.

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