Harry Lashkowitz of Fargo has been nominated for attorney-general of North Dakota on the Democratic ticket. He is the only Jew running for public office in North Dakota.
Lashkowitz, admitted to the bar in December, 1912, has been attorney in many important litigations. He was formerly associated with A. T. Cole, now judge in the district court, and is a recognized leader in public activities of the state.
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