ND Public Service Commissioner Brian Kroshus to seek re-election

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BISMARCK, N.D. - North Dakota Public Service Commissioner Brian Kroshus announced Tuesday that he will seek voter confirmation for the final two years of the unexpired term he is currently serving.

Kroshus was appointed to the PSC by Gov. Doug Burgum in 2017 to finish former commissioner Brian Kalk's term.

Kroshus says he believes in serving North Dakota citizens through responsible infrastructure development, reliable and affordable energy, and a fiscally responsible government that places public interests first.

"I wanted to give back, I wanted to apply a skill set that I had developed, not only in the private sector, but just through life overall, and do my part to make North Dakota a good place not only for my kids to live for future generations, as well," said Kroshus.

Prior to serving on the PSC, Kroshus says he served as enterprise leader of the Farm and Ranch Guide for 17 years, division leader for Lee Agri-Media for 13 years and publisher of the Bismarck Tribune for 10 years.