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4 ND senators competing to succeed Stenehjem, Dickinson's Wardner throws hat in for top spot

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BISMARCK (AP) -- Four North Dakota Republican state senators are competing to succeed Bob Stenehjem as the Senate's GOP majority leader, and an election is expected before the Legislature's special session begins in November, lawmakers said Thursday.

Rich Wardner of Dickinson; Tony Grindberg of Fargo; Dick Dever of Bismarck; and Jerry Klein of Fessenden, are seeking the job, the men said in interviews with The Associated Press.

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