Sean spoke with KFYR earlier this week about his priorities and background:
“The Legacy Fund is over $8 billion. So, despite all the inflation we’re seeing nationally, in North Dakota, we’re fortunate enough to be in a strong financial position. I’d like to see that invested in things like tax relief, education, and workforce training,” said Cleary.
“I learned a lot as a policy advisor for Governor Burgum and his staff during the 2019 session, I’ve been fortunate to work for John Hoeven, who I think does a great job advocating for North Dakotans in this state, and I really enjoy working for the Medora foundation now, being part of one of the state’s largest tourist destinations and being able to share that with folks all over the country,” said Cleary.