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Bonnie Jo Hanson/Times-Record
â€śThis election is about Americaâ€™s future, people want to know what itâ€™s about. I tell them its about 4, 6 and 10. We spend $10 billion a day, we have $6 billion in income and that leaves us $4 billion in debt. I tell people who have a business that if they want to do business that way they should start with Chapter 11,â€ť U.S. Senate candidate Rick Berg told Cub Scouts Braden Muck, Billy Gabehart, Conner Pfennig, and Trevan Pfennig, at a Republican party meet-and-greet on Friday. Looking on is Lieutenant Governor Drew Wrigley. The event also hosted Governor Jack Dalrymple and several candidates for state and local offices.