North Dakota Senator Heidi Heitkamp and her GOP challenger Rep. Kevin Cramer started their last debate before Midterm Thursday in November and agreed on the need for more politeness in American politics after the arrest of a Trump bomber  Hours after federal investigators, Florida accused Cesar Sayoc of sending dangerous packages to CNN and Democratic leaders who have criticized President Trump, Mrs. Hietkamp and Mr. Cramer said no one is responsible as Sayoc for his actions.
Their harmony comes after critics have accused Mr. Trump of using divisive rhetoric, saying that it has got one of its supporters to terrorize the nation this week.
Ms. Heitkamp recalled Rep. Steve Scalise, a Republican from Louisiana, shot and wounded last year by a left-wing partisan who spoke after the attack. [1
But the acting senator said that everyone should be responsible for his words, and Mr. Cramer, a Trump ally, agreed.
Mr. Cramer said the use of debates, such as those that she held tonight, was an opportunity to celebrate political courtesy.
"Let's take North Dakota as an example," he said.
The two have been in a fierce race as Mrs. Heitkamp is one of several Democratic Red Democratic Democrats trying to hold their seat in the US Senate in November in a state where Mr. Trump won by 36 points Has.
But she has recently seen her poll numbers fall. Judge of the Supreme Court Brett M. Kavanaugh
In a poll released this week, she is 16 points behind Mr. Cramer. Before her vote against the decision of the Supreme Court of the President, she moved only four points behind Cramer.
Despite the setback, Ms. Heitkamp's campaign received more than $ 12 million in donations in the first two weeks of October, the majority According to a statement recently submitted to the Federal Elections Commission, it's about individual donors.
And former Vice President Joe Biden, who was among the bombers earlier this week, plans to run for and open up for Ms. Heitkamp (19659002). Despite the high stakes that Senate Republicans are seeking to increase their majority, they welcomed Both legislators from North Dakota cordially embrace on Thursday night. They also gave each other more time to finish their points during the one-hour showdown.
Both called for a border wall and increased security to prevent illegal immigrants from entering the country, as thousands of Central American migrants are leaving the border through a caravan
"We can not leave our borders unprotected must be imposed – if there are 4,000 today, there will be one million tomorrow, "said Ms Heitkamp, separating herself from many of her Democratic colleagues who had flocked along a wall along the southern border.
Meanwhile, Cramer called for a performance-based immigration system.
"We should say something about who is coming to our country," he said.
Both legislators also saw the Paris climate on par with approval of Trump's decision to withdraw from the treaty.
But they were arguing about the Affordable Care Act, and whether the law should be regulated as it is or whether it should be abolished altogether and replaced.
Mr. Cramer said money should go to the states where they could offer better health options to the voters, while Mrs. Heitkamp said that one should not throw the child out with the bath – and instead establish areas of health law that did not work
"We can not make policy with our health care, "she said.