ND PSC race draws allegations of corruption, extremism
BISMARCK -- With most returns in, Republican state Sen. Randy Christmann held a sizable lead over Democrat Brad Crabtree for the state's open Public Service Commission seat.
As of 11:10 p.m., Christmann had 54 percent of the vote to Crabtree's 41 percent with 388 of 426 precincts reporting incomplete and unofficial results. Libertarian Joshua Voytek had 4 percent.
The results were not complete as of press time, but Christmann said he was comfortable with the lead.
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