The North Dakota Democratic-NPL Saturday elected new officers to lead the party for the next two years.
Kylie Oversen was reelected as party chairperson, on the first ballot with 60 out of 110 total votes. Oversen was one of five candidates for the position.
“The amazing participation at today’s meeting is a clear sign that we, the Democratic-Nonpartisan League, are fired up and committed to fighting for the issues that matter to working families and citizens across our state,” Oversen said in a statement released by the North Dakota Democratic-NPL.
Oversen lost her seat in the House last election for District 42 to Republican challenger Emily O’Brien, in an election in which the party lost both House seats in the district.