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critics and those who knew the late," The fundamental aim of peer review, in a race that will draw national attention to this sparsely populated conservative state Republicans control the Senate by just two seats and Campbell and the rest of the GOP surely see an opportunity to extend their slim majorityBut Democrats and at least one fellow Republican say Campbell doesn’t have a strong enough record in his nearly five-year stint in the North Dakota Legislature to match Heitkamp’s long public career"I don’t think Tom Campbell can beat Heidi in any way shape or form" state Rep Roscoe Streyle R-Minot said "I just don’t think he has what it takes from a raising money standpoint to being able to debate her to a record that would show he’s done anything in the Legislature"Campbell is as-of-yet unopposed has personally lent $425000 to his campaign according to public financial records and is fashioning himself as a "conservative outsider" despite his wealth and seat in the Legislature But to climb to higher office one ally said Campbell will have to remake himself from a representative of a rural farming area to one who can think on a nationwide scale "He also has to get caught up on all the issues of the world and nation" said Bruce Gjovig a longtime Grand Forks Republican activist who described himself as a future donor and adviser for the campaign "He understands for example health care from a Grafton hospital standpoint but now he has to extrapolate that nationwide"Farm to CapitolCampbell 58 grew up the fifth child of seven near Grafton watching his father deliver mail and tend a wheat and barley farm part time Campbell and his brother Bill started a custom combining business while Campbell was still 16 leasing a new combine and traveling to Oklahoma to work their way north with the weatherIn Campbell’s first year out of high school he and Bill bought a full complement of potato equipment to begin farming their own fields Joined soon after by their other brother Greg they’ve since grown the operation to a "few thousand acres" and ship throughout the US and CanadaCampbell pursued his economics degree around farming loading up on courses at North Dakota State University during winters By 2012 Campbell won a seat in the Legislature His Senate district covers the eastern half of Walsh County and the northern and western regions of Grand Forks CountyBut Campbell’s life almost took a decidedly different turn when he attended Catholic seminary at Notre Dame starting in 1980 He eventually decided it wasn’t for him—the "celibacy issue" was a challenge—and he married his wife Lori soon after She splits time between Minneapolis and Grafton for work and they have two adult childrenFaith continues to play a central role in Campbell’s life He has been doing prison ministry work for more than 18 years he said and previously served on the board of the Grand Forks homeless shelter known as Northlands Rescue MissionCampbell has taken efforts at the shelter beyond the boardroom During undercover visits there—he didn’t shave for three weeks and smoked a cigarette to get into the role—Campbell said he found some people were "taking advantage of a free meal and a free bed" even though they could work"I just found out there were a lot of people there that shouldn’t have been there" he said "It was really frustrating to me because we were always short money and we couldn’t handle all the people that really needed help"Campbell said he has a "caring heart" for poor people but wants to "hold them accountable" That "tough love" message is consistent with a bill he introduced earlier this year in the Legislature to develop a "suspicion-based drug testing" program for welfare benefit applicants The bill was amended but defeated in the Senate"It’s just like when you go into a forest where it says ‘Don’t feed the animals’ because then they’ll become dependent on it" he said referring to welfare benefits "I wanted to keep giving them their benefits so they would not be deprived of it but yet put them in an environment where there’s no drugs"Campbell has been the primary sponsor of 18 bills over three legislative sessions with eight becoming law Sen Lonnie Laffen R-Grand Forks said Campbell manages to balance being "very compassionate" and conservative as a legislator"Sometimes that’s a hard line to walk" he said "If you want to keep spending down sometimes that means programs that help people But he has a good sense of balance that way that I admire"Campaigning earlyAlarmed at "conservative values being whittled away" Campbell announced he would run for US Senate a month before Heitkamp herself made it official Since then he has carpeted the airwaves with ads largely focused on his farming backgroundFormer Gov Ed Schafer said Campbell isn’t making the mistake of believing everyone knows him Campbell also explored a run for governor in 2015 which may have helped him gain wider name recognitionIf he gets the Republican nomination for Senate Campbell will be "much better positioned to be able to use his resources to communicate with the people about what he wants to do and not have to spend all the time and energy to have people know who he is" said Schafer whose 1992 transition team included CampbellUnlike some other national Republicans Campbell is unafraid to ally himself with Donald Trump whom he credited for a "roaring" stock market and low unemployment The president defeated Hillary Clinton in North Dakota by almost 36 percentage points a year ago and polls released in July and October indicate he’s more popular here than much of the rest of the countryCampbell said he’s "following a majority of North Dakota hard-working families’ agenda which just happened to be aligned with Trump’s agenda"The Affordable Care Act needs to be repealed and replaced Campbell says though he wants to maintain insurance protections for people with pre-existing medical conditions A top priority for the upcoming Farm Bill is crop insurance He’s keeping a close eye on Trump’s willingness to withdraw from the North American Free Trade Agreement given North Dakota’s agricultural exports He’s been pleased with Trump’s deregulatory agenda and his pick for Environmental Protection Agency administrator but was highly critical of Heitkamp’s vote against repealing a methane emissions rule"I just think that it’s a common-sense thing that we need to have less regulation and less government and control ourselves" Campbell saidCourt casesCampbell and his business have been at the center of contract disputes with major agricultural companies in the region Lawsuits brought by JR Simplot Co, PTI The BJP chief is on a 95—day country—wide tour which began in Jammu last month. while the latest Tom Cruise blockbuster made a major splash when it opened in China. 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