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Duane Sand to announce plans for U.S. House race

Duane Sand, who has twice sought a seat representing North Dakota in Congress as a Republican candidate, will announce next week his in-tentions regarding the U.S. House race.

Duane Sand, who has twice sought a seat representing North Dakota in Congress as a Republican candidate, will announce next week his in-tentions regarding the U.S. House race.

Sand on Wednesday said he will hold three news conferences around the state, including in Fargo, next Thursday to announce his intentions.

Sand, Bismarck, currently is the state director for North Dakota and South Dakota of Americans for Prosperity. The group is pushing a ballot measure that would reduce North Dakota's individual and corporate income taxes.

In federal disclosure forms filed last month, Sand reported he has raised more than $250,000 for a possible run for the House seat held by Rep. Earl Pomeroy, D-N.D., who was first elected in 1992.

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