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N.D. GOP hires director

BISMARCK -- The North Dakota Republican Party has hired an executive director with a background in Virginia politics, it announced Monday. Anthony Reedy will lead the GOP's state staff and replaces Laurie Eisenbies, who held the job from February...

BISMARCK -- The North Dakota Republican Party has hired an executive director with a background in Virginia politics, it announced Monday.

Anthony Reedy will lead the GOP's state staff and replaces Laurie Eisenbies, who held the job from February 2011 until September.

According to a statement from the party, Reedy recently managed two state legislature campaigns in Virginia and was a legislative director for a member of the Virginia General Assembly. He also was a regional field director in Sen. John McCain's presidential campaign in Virginia.

Republican spokesman Matt Becker said that party leaders interviewed about 12 candidates.

Reedy will begin work in December.

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