Legislature candidate from Grand Forks arrested for underage drinking

John Mitzel says he will stay in the race despite his arrest for underage drinking. He's a sophomore at the University of North Dakota and a candidate for the North Dakota House of Representatives. He won the Republican party endorsement in February.
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John Mitzel says he will stay in the race despite his arrest for underage drinking. He's a sophomore at the University of North Dakota and a candidate for the North Dakota House of Representatives. He won the Republican party endorsement in February.

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