(Fargo, ND) -- The North Dakota Democratic Party's Attorney General Candidate joined WDAY Midday to speak against his Republican opponent, voice his support for accountability, and more.
Tim Lamb is a North Dakota Attorney General Candidate looking to unseat current Attorney General Drew Wrigley. Lamb says he is "up for the challenge", speaking about what he calls a "one party state" in North Dakota.
"It's a Republican dominant state, kinda like a one-party state in effect, "said Lamb, "But I've always said it's Drew's race to lose and it seems like he sure is working on it."
Lamb cites the deletion of former Attorney General Wayne Stenehjam's emails following his passing. Lamb says the emails were not Stenehjam's property, but rather the property of North Dakotan's. The candidate supports an investigation into the deletion of the emails through the appointment of a special assistant Attorney General to complete a report on the incident.
"Those emails, as far as I know, were not directed personally to Wayne, they were directed to the Attorney General of North Dakota, "said Lamb, "[Drew] should have known that those emails were deleted, if he didn't know, there's a problem there, because they are all addressed to the Attorney General.
Tim Lamb is running to become the Attorney General of North Dakota in the upcoming November General Election. You can learn more about voting in North Dakota by clicking here.