President Trump Nominates Daniel Traynor For U.S. District Judge Seat
Traynor is a shareholder at the Traynor Law Firm in Devils Lake
WASHINGTON, D.C. — President Donald Trump has nominated Daniel Traynor to become a U.S. District Judge for North Dakota.
Traynor would fill the seat of Judge Daniel Hovland in Bismarck.
Hovland announced in December that he would enter into semi-retirement since being on the bench since 2002.
Traynor is a shareholder at the Traynor Law Firm in Devils Lake.
He is also a member of the North Dakota State Board of Higher Education.
Traynor graduted from UND.