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|North Dakota House of Representatives District 42|
On his 2012 campaign site, Schreiner outlines his campaign themes:
- "Over the last decade we have seen unprecedented economic growth in North Dakota. Our state has created an environment for job creators to flourish by keeping taxes low and eliminating overbearing regulations on small businesses. The product of these basic principles has lead North Dakota to be the envy of the Nation with our low unemployment and large budget surpluses. I am running because I want to continue to keep North Dakota moving forward and to build on our successes over the last decade. North Dakota has seen a booming economy and large budget reserves come into the state coffers over the last decade. The newest projection shows that the state will have a 1.5 billion dollar surplus going into the next biennium. I will work to build on our successes by creating permanent tax relief for small business and homeowners. Allowing small businesses the extra capital necessary to invest in new technologies, create more jobs and help keep the North Dakota economy moving forward."
Schreiner ran in the 2012 election for North Dakota House District 42. Schreiner and John Mitzel defeated Mike Peterson in the Republican primary on June 12. He was defeated by incumbent Corey Mock and Kylie Oversen in the general election which took place on November 6, 2012.
|North Dakota House of Representatives District 42 Republican Primary, 2012|
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