BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — A lawyer and former one-term state representative has been elected by North Dakota Democrats as the party’s chairwoman.
Thirty-year-old Kylie Oversen of Grand Forks was elected Saturday to the post she has held previously.
She replaces Warren Larson, who took over for Oversen during her failed bid for tax commissioner last year.
Oversen lost her seat in the Legislature in 2016.
North Dakota Democrats hold no statewide offices and only 25 of 141 seats in the Legislature.