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“This election is about America’s future, people want to know what it’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,” 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.