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BISMARCK (AP) -- Republican North Dakota Public Service Commissioner Kevin Cramer has won re-election, defeating Democratic rival Brad Crabtree.

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With 33 percent of precincts reporting, Cramer had 63 percent of the vote and Crabtree 34 percent.

Cramer was elected to the PSC in 2004 and currently serves as its president.

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