Attorney General In North Dakota Since 2000 Is Running For Re-Election
Wayne Stenehjem Made The Announcement On Social Media And On His Birthday
BISMARCK, ND — North Dakota’s Attorney General since 2000 is running for re-election.
In a social media post, Wayne Stenehjem announced he will seek re-election this year.
The announcement comes on his 64th birthday.
Stenehjem said, “During my time as Attorney General, I have worked diligently to protect our children from predators, eliminate domestic violence, fight the illegal drug trade.”
Stenehjem has served under three Republican governors: John Hoeven, Jack Dalrymple and Doug Burgum.
He ran for governor in 2016 but lost in the primary to Burgum.
Democrats have not announced a candidate for the office.