- Associated Press - Saturday, March 29, 2014

FARGO, N.D. (AP) - Minnesota Rep. Collin Peterson says the North Dakota Democratic Party’s endorsed candidate for Congress will have a seat on the House Agriculture Committee if he’s elected.

Peterson was the keynote speaker Saturday at the state convention in Fargo. The ranking member of the House Agriculture Committee told delegates that House leaders promised to put George B. Sinner alongside him on the group that decides farm policy.

Sinner, a Fargo banker, is the son of former North Dakota governor George A. Sinner. He is coming off his first term as state senator.

Sinner will challenge Kevin Cramer for the state’s lone House seat.


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