Governor's power to remove officials rarely used
Published 01/29/2012, INFORUM
But colorful cases do exist in North Dakota’s history
BISMARCK – One mayor was removed for ignoring gambling, prostitution and general debauchery in his town. A county sheriff was booted for a string of drunken-driving arrests, even though a jury had acquitted him of the criminal charge that got him ousted.
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