CASSELTON, N.D. — A Casselton man will seek reelection to the North Dakota Senate.
Incumbent Sen. Mark Weber, who represents District 22, announced his second campaign on Monday, Dec. 4 via news release. He was first elected in 2020.
“Through common sense government, spending and investing in partnership with the private sector, we can create additional economic opportunities that will improve lives for our hard-working families, ensuring a bright future for all North Dakotans,” he said in the release.
The Republican is a retired executive director for the Northern Crops Institute, according to his biography on the North Dakota Legislature’s website. He also served in a similar position for the Red River Valley Sugar Beet Growers Association.
He vice-chairs the Senate Finance and Taxation Committee. He also sits on the Senate Agriculture and Veteran Affairs Committee.
District 22 covers almost all of Cass County west of West Fargo.
Source : InForum