State Senator Tim Mathern, of Fargo, seeking re-election

State Senator Tim Mathern, of Fargo, seeking re-election

(FARGO, ND) – State Senator Tim Mathern announced today that he is seeking another term in the North Dakota Senate. Senator Mathern, who represents Fargo’s District 11, serves on the Senate Budget Committee. Rachael Guy has been appointed to serve as Senator Mathern’s campaign manager.

Senator Mathern released the following statement:

“I seek the honor to serve another Senate term. My top priorities will be flood protection, corrections reform, and ensuring quality health care for all North Dakotans. I have the experience and ability to effect positive change through the legislative process to benefit our citizens.”


About Senator Tim Mathern

  • First elected in 1986. Represents Fargo’s District 11.
  • Standing Committee: Appropriations.
  • Interim Committee Assignments: Budget Section, Health Care Reform Review Committee, Health Services Committee, Human Services Committee.
  • Community, Professional, Legislative Memberships, and Awards: Board, Bush Foundation; Advisory Council, UND School of Medicine and Health Sciences; CSG Health Capacity Task Force; President, Prairie Roots Food Cooperative; Dakota Medical Foundation-Lend a Hand; National Caucus of Environmental Legislators; Knights of Columbus; Notary Public; 2007 ND Peace Coalition Courage Award; ND Psychiatric Society 2011 Mental Health Service Award.
  • Of Special Note: Previously served as Senate Minority Leader and Assistant Senate Majority Leader, 2008 North Dakota Democratic-NPL Nominee for Governor. Previous employment as Administrator of Nativity Church.
  • Family: Married, four children, five grandchildren.
  • Profession: Director of Public Policy, Prairie St. John’s
  • Education: B.A., Sociology, NDSU; Masters of Social Work, University of Nebraska; Masters of Public Administration, Harvard University.

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