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Lon Kvasager declares intent to run for spot on Grand Forks County Commission

Kvasager is the finance manager at a local business.

The Grand Forks County Office Building. Photo by Nick Nelson for the Grand Forks Herald.
The Grand Forks County Office Building. Photo by Nick Nelson for the Grand Forks Herald.
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GRAND FORKS — A finance manager at a local business has declared his intent to run for a spot on the Grand Forks County Commission.

Lon Kvasager formally announced his intent in a release sent to the media.

"The people of Grand Forks deserve honest, diligent representation," Kvasager said. "I'm running to boost the integrity and confidence to the office of county commissioner and to manage the affairs of the county with the respect it deserves."

Kvasager is the finance manager at Revolutions Power Sports & Marine and also is a former business owner. This is his first run for public office. He also has experience serving on boards and committees, including statewide Masonic fraternal organizations and foundations, according to his announcement.

"Our county government faces many difficult challenges and deserves leadership of high integrity," he said. "My real-life experiences will serve the county well."

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The primary election for County Commission is June 14.

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