Naomi Muscha, a resident of Fort Ransom, has announced her intentions to run as a candidate for a position as one of District 24’s legislative representatives. A retired secondary teacher, Naomi has long been interested in education. Now as a grandmother, she has a newly invested interest in North Dakota’s educational system three of her 15 grandchildren attend North Dakota public schools and two are students in North Dakota’s university system, UND and VCSU. Since retirement, Naomi has occasionally been a substitute teacher in Enderlin, Lisbon and Fort Ransom, keeping her abreast of current issues. She is a strong proponent of having an attitude of life-long learning, especially in the area of travel. She has participated in many mission trips, student trips and several personal trips.
Naomi and her husband, Mike, have now lived in Fort Ransom for one year after previously being Enderlin residents for 43 years. They are the parents of four grown children. Naomi previously served as a District 24 Representative during the 2012-2016 legislative term and is once again looking forward to meeting with district constituents and hearing their thoughts on North Dakota/District 24 issues.