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In North Dakota, Governor Sorlie announced that he would appoint no one to fill the Senate vacancy caused by the death of Senator Ladd, nor would he call a special election, which would cost$200,000. It was believed that he did not have the power of appointment under the North Dakota constitution and Senator Moses and others had declared that his appointee would not be seated by the Senate. Consequently North Dakota will have only one Senator, Mr. Frazier, until a year hence, when regular elections are held.

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