OSNABROCK, N.D. – Republican State Representative David Monson today announced his re-election campaign for the North Dakota House of Representatives in District 19. The newly redrawn district includes Pembina County, the eastern side of Cavalier County, and most of Walsh County except for the southeast corner.
“I’m proud to fight for working families and conservative values,” said Monson. “From protecting businesses from frivolous COVID-19 lawsuits to protecting the security of our elections and working to strengthen our economy, we’ve delivered real results for North Dakota.”
A longtime farmer and educator, David Monson is a top Republican in the North Dakota House of Representatives. David has consistently upheld pro-life values, defended the second amendment, fought to cut red tape, and protect our elections from outsiders in Washington, DC.
“I understand what it takes to balance a budget and build a successful small business,” said David. “That’s why as a leader on the House Appropriations Committee I’ve fought to deliver conservative results by cutting red tape and creating efficiencies.”
Monson has served in leadership on the Appropriations Committee for over two decades, delivering real results for North Dakota. A lifelong educator, David has fought tirelessly for our K-12 schools while leading efforts to strengthen our economy and solve the workforce shortage.
Together David and his wife Mary have three grown sons: Jared, Cordell, and Cale. They enjoy farming and spending time with their six grandchildren.