House minority leader joins governor's race
BISMARCK -- North Dakota's House minority leader said Tuesday he is running for governor because people in the state have told him "they want a change in attitude" among their government leaders.
Four years after was bested at the party convention by a philosophical, soft-spoken former state senator, Joe Satrom, Rep. Merle Boucher, D-Rolette, will make another try for the gubernatorial nomination -- against a philosophical, soft-spoken state senator, Tim Mathern of Fargo.
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