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{{Stategov}}{{TOCnestright}}The '''North Dakota Public Service Commission''' is a three person state executive board in the North Dakota state government. The current chairman is [[Tony Clark]]. He serves alongside [[Kevin Cramer]] and [[Brian Kalk]].
 
{{Stategov}}{{TOCnestright}}The '''North Dakota Public Service Commission''' is a three person state executive board in the North Dakota state government. The current chairman is [[Tony Clark]]. He serves alongside [[Kevin Cramer]] and [[Brian Kalk]].
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The commissioners are elected on a statewide basis to staggered six year terms. Commissioner Clark's term expires in 2012, and he has announced that he will not run for re-election<ref>[http://www.therepublic.com/view/story/067f9677a91c49ae8c5635555d32d6ca/ND--Clark-PSC/ ''The Republic.com'', "ND public service commissioner Tony Clark says he won't run for re-election in 2012," May 5, 2011</ref>
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The Commission is comprised of three Commissioners who are elected on a statewide basis to staggered six-year terms. Commissioner Cramer's term expires in 2016, Commissioner Clark's term expires in 2012, and Commissioner Kalk's term expires in 2014.
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The North Dakota Public Service Commission is a three person state executive board in the North Dakota state government. The current chairman is Tony Clark. He serves alongside Kevin Cramer and Brian Kalk.

The commissioners are elected on a statewide basis to staggered six year terms. Commissioner Clark's term expires in 2012, and he has announced that he will not run for re-election[1]

The Commission is comprised of three Commissioners who are elected on a statewide basis to staggered six-year terms. Commissioner Cramer's term expires in 2016, Commissioner Clark's term expires in 2012, and Commissioner Kalk's term expires in 2014.


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