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Cramer to seek re-election to U.S. House

GRAND FORKS -- Kevin Cramer is running for a third term as North Dakota's lone U.S. representative. The Republican told WDAZ-TV Thursday he wants to keep his seat in the House of Representatives, a position he was first elected to in 2012. The an...

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Kevin Cramer

GRAND FORKS -- Kevin Cramer is running for a third term as North Dakota's lone U.S. representative.

The Republican told WDAZ-TV Thursday he wants to keep his seat in the House of Representatives, a position he was first elected to in 2012.

The announcement comes two days after Fargo business man Jack Seaman announced his bid for the seat. Seaman, who received the Libertarian Party of North Dakota's endorsement, lost his bid for the same seat to Cramer in 2014.

DuWayne Hendrickson of Minot also announced he will seek the Republican endorsement for the seat. No Democrats in North Dakota have announced a run for House.

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