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Longtime N.D. state legislator announces he will not run again

DICKINSON, N.D. - State Rep. Frank Wald announced this morning that he will not seek reelection after serving 30 years in the North Dakota House. The 74-year-old Republican from Dickinson said it's just time and will continue volunteering and wor...

DICKINSON, N.D. - State Rep. Frank Wald announced this morning that he will not seek reelection after serving 30 years in the North Dakota House.

The 74-year-old Republican from Dickinson said it's just time and will continue volunteering and working part-time.

The Dickinson Press and the Herald are Forum Communications Co. newspapers.

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