A Republican candidate for the state legislature in North Dakota who died of COVID-19 earlier this month will remain on the ballot.
David Andahl, 55, a Bismark rancher and developer who was running in the 8th District, garnered endorsements from top Republicans, including Gov. Doug Burgum and U. S. Sen. Kevin Cramer, before he died Oct. 5.
Andahl's name will remain on the ballot following a decision by state Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem. Should he win on Nov.... (Read more)
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