Heidi has been for the people of North Dakota since she was a child, growing up in Mantador. Getting her first job as a babysitter at 13, her hard work eventually led her to become North Dakota’s attorney general. Heidi isn’t afraid to stand up to corporate interests, like when she was instrumental in getting a national settlement from tobacco companies for their dishonest practices that brought back $336 million for North Dakota. Heidi will ensure that no one is forgotten in the Senate, vowing to serve rural Americans, the underserved Native American population, and small business owners.
Heidi now lives in Mandan with her husband, Dr. Darwin Lange. She is a ranking member in subcommittees for Senate committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry, the committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, and the committee on Homeland Security and Government Affairs. She also serves on the committee on Indian Affairs and the committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship.
Candidate for U.S. Senate