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Fedorchak Announces Intent to run in 2014 Election

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A North Dakota Republican announces her intentions of running for office in 2014.

Today Julie Fedorchak announced she will be running for Public Service Commission next November.
Governor Jack Dalrymple appointed Fedorchak to the PSC in January to replace Kevin Cramer who was elected to the House.
Fedorchak says in her 20 years of work in North Dakota she has the experience it takes to build a vibrant economy, preserve 
our heritage while producing affordable and reliable energy. 

(Julie Fedorchak / PSC Commissioner) "As a member of the public service commission I will work to maintain that stable, predictable, reasonable regulatory environment. And this leads to my third qualification and that is my deep regard for the people of this state and my commitment to putting their interests and our heritage at the forefront.

The 2014 North Dakota GOP convention will be held in April. 

 

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