Meet the District 30 Executive Committee

I am the former Vice-Chair of the North Dakota Young Republicans Southwest Region. My primary responsibility was to increase party membership in North Dakota through grassroots activism. To accomplish this, I organized 11 public events including political rallies, gun raffles, membership drives, meet & greets, and more. My political experience includes working as a political consultant, social media manager and outreach director on serval grassroots campaigns and initiated measures. I was recently elected Chairman of the District 30 Republicans and am on the sponsoring committee for the "North Dakota for Term Limits" initiative.

District Chairman – Justis Amundson

I am the former Vice-Chair of the North Dakota Young Republicans Southwest Region. My primary responsibility was to increase party membership in North Dakota through grassroots activism.  To accomplish this, I organized 11 public events including political rallies, gun raffles, membership drives, meet & greets, and more.  My political experience includes working as a political consultant, social media manager and outreach director on serval grassroots campaigns and initiated measures.  I was recently elected Chairman of the District 30 Republicans and am on the sponsoring committee for the “North Dakota for Term Limits” initiative.

Vice-Chairman – Dustin Amundson

I am happily married, with four children and three grand-children.  I am currently working towards a major in marketing, with minors in web-design, public relations and business administration.  I served as a delegate to the last two North Dakota state conventions.  My hobbies include playing chess and studying / teaching about our republican system of government.  I also organize events across North Dakota, bringing in constitutional scholars and personalities.  I believe jealousy is a key ingredient of a republican government that divides powers between different branches and levels.  Each branch and level must jealously guard the powers we delegated to them.  If not, we should replace them.  I oppose term-limits. 

Vice-Chairwoman – Kimmie Needham

I believe in individual liberty, personal responsibility, and due process. I am unapologetically pro-life, pro-tax relief, pro-medical freedom, and pro-small government. I would love to see more citizen involvement in ND politics and am committed to doing what I can to make that happen. Additionally, I am passionate about seeing a change in the way that ND sentences those who are found guilty of committing sex crimes. I am honored to serve as vice-chairwoman of the District 30 Republicans.

Secretary – Cody Igoe

Treasurer – Dustin Hagen

I am the father to three awesome children and the husband to one amazing wife for 17 years. I have spent the last 13 years building a software business here in south Bismarck and in my free time I enjoy my family time, hunting, riding dirt bike, and woodworking. These past couple of years have been an eye-opening experience for me politically. After my wife facilitated some constitutional classes, I came to fully recognize that my duty as a citizen includes becoming educated and involved in politics.

Senator - Diane Larson

I was born and raised in North Dakota and graduated from BSC and UND.  I’m married to Greg Larson and we are parents to two daughters and grandparents to four wonderful grandchildren.

I first ran for the ND House of Representatives in 1988 and after serving one term I didn’t run for re-election because I wanted to spend more time with my young daughters.  I ran again in 2012 and served in the House until running for the Senate in 2016 and I have served in the Senate since that time.  Serving on the Judiciary committee in both the House and Senate and have served as Senate Judiciary Chair since 2019 and am proud to serve with a hard-working committee of Senators.  My B committee is the Political Subdivision Committee chaired by Senator Randy Burckhard.
Serving as a youth worker for twenty-three years at the Bismarck Police Department before retirement gave me the opportunity to work with many great families in Bismarck.  I continue to serve on many Juvenile Justice boards and committees such as: The Commission of Juvenile Justice, The State Advisory Group on Juvenile Justice, the Children’s Advocacy Center, the Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch and I was on the working group that reworked on rewriting the Juvenile Court Act that was passed in the 2021 session.  I’m also a vice-chair on the National Conference of State Legislators Law, Criminal Justice and Public Safety committee.
I’ve been endorsed by the Bismarck/Mandan Board of Realtors, the Missouri River Fraternal Order of Police, the Family Policy Alliance, Pro-life and the NRA.  I’m listed as a Chamber Champion for my record of voting for pro-business legislation.
It has been a privilege to serve District 30 and I have done my best to earn their trust and support.

Representative – Glenn Bosch

Elected to the North Dakota House of Representatives in 2016, I’m honored to represent Bismarck’s District 30. During the 67th legislative assembly I served on the Finance/Taxation and Energy/Natural Resources committees, and I am also the current Majority Caucus Chairman and a member of Legislative Management. During the interim, I Chair the Information Technology committee and am a member of the Government Administration committee.
Additionally, I serve as the Chairman of the Legislative Employment committee, co-Chair the State Information Technology Advisory committee, and am a member of the Statewide Interoperable Executive committee. Prior to my legislative service, I spent 35 years as a technology professional working in the audiovisual communications industry. Currently, I’m the co-owner of the Bismarck Larks, a summer collegiate baseball franchise. I graduated from Bismarck State College in 1980 with an electronics degree. My wife Julie and I recently celebrated our 40th wedding anniversary. We have 3 children and 6 wonderful grandchildren. 

Representative – Mike Nathe

Mike Nathe grew up in Montevideo, MN. He graduated from Montevideo Senior High School and attended the University of Minnesota . Where he graduated from the School of Medicine, Mortuary Science in 1986.
Mike and his wife Karen have 3 children: Anne, Jack and Matthew.
Mike and his wife Karen moved to Bismarck in 1995 to build and start Bismarck Funeral Home and Crematory that opened in 1996. Since then, the business has grown into one of the most successful funeral homes in the region. He is a 2005 graduate of the Bismarck-Mandan Chamber Leadership program. Mike was elected in 2007 to The Cremation Association of North America (CANA) board of directors. CANA is the authoritative voice in the field of cremation in the U.S. Mike is also an active member of the Disaster Mortuary Operational Response Team Region 8 for Homeland Security, he was deployed to New Orleans for the first three weeks after Hurricane Katrina struck. Following that Mike was named the Disaster Mortuary Operational Response Team’s (DMORT) Distinguished Member of the Year for Region VIII at the 2007 National Disaster Medical System (NDMS) Conference. In Nashville, TN. Mike was recognized for his role in assisting in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and for setting up/conducting training for first responders in North and South Dakota.  Mike Nathe is currently a member of the North Dakota House of Representatives from District 30, Bismarck. He was elected in 2008. He currently is a member of the House Appropriations Committee and sits on the Education and Environment section. Mike is also past Chairman of the House Education Committee 2013-2016; former member of the Energy and Natural Resources Committee, Industry, Business and Labor committees. Past House Republican Caucus Chair from 2010-2012.  Mike was the prime sponsor of the landmark infrastructure bill known as “Prairie Dog” in the 2019 session, a bill that help funds infrastructure projects in North Dakota cities and counties, thus helping to keep the expenses off of local property taxes. In the 2021 session Mike was also the lead sponsored of the historic legacy investment bill that directs the state to invest up to 20% of legacy oil tax dollars back into the state to help the development of the business community, increase jobs and tax revenue. Mike has received an A+ rating from the NRA since 2008, also was named a Chamber Champion by the Great North Dakota Chamber for the 3rd session in a row for his support of the North Dakota business community.