Re-elect Representative Mary Adams

Mary is a wife, mom, grandma, and realtor who is active in civic groups and her church. Key values:

  • Supporting local small business
  • Growing our workforce
  • Expanding access to affordable healthcare & prescription drugs

Campaign Contact Information
701-739-5520 | mkadams1952@gmail.com

About Mary

A lifelong resident of Grand Forks and licensed real estate agent for the past 23 years, Adams is a natural leader with a desire for volunteering. She contributes her energetic expertise to local and global service projects.

As an officer with the Grand Forks Noon Rotary club, she leads the annual delivery of dictionaries to third grade students throughout our community.

A dedicated member of Sharon Lutheran Church, she has been involved in a variety of activities and leadership positions, including the Feed My Starving Children community event.

With her passion for golf, she has actively been involved as an officer for the North Dakota’s Women’s Golf Association for the last 20 plus years.

Since her election to the ND House of Representatives in 2018, Adams has served on the Industry, Business and Labor and Political Subdivision Committees.  During the Interim, Adams has worked on Workmen’s Compensation, Judiciary, and Legislative Audit and Fiscal Review Committees.

Mary and her husband Steven have two children and 3 grandchildren.

District 43 Representative Mary Adams said:

“Representing Grand Forks in The North Dakota Legislature is the greatest honor.   My time in the legislature has given me the opportunity to bring the value and needs of our community and state to Bismarck.  However, there continues to be work that needs to be done and with my experience, I am prepared be of service and represent all citizens of our great state.”

I am running again because Grand Forks is my home. This is my community and I want to do all I can to keep it a great place to live. I also want all North Dakotans to be treated fairly no matter where they live. There is too much distraction being used to waste the time of our legislators.

We need a balance to get the real and meaningful work done for all North Dakotans.”