A 55-year-old man, David Andahi who won the State House of Representatives election on Tuesday, died on October 5 of Coronavirus in North Dakota, United States.
David Andahi, a cattle rancher and land developer contacted the virus in his home state, died four days later in the hospital.
Mr Andahi, had spent 16 years serving on the Zoning and Loaning Commission in Burleigh County, including eight years as its chair.
Reports say North Dakota elections authorities initially had no precedent on how to address the death of a candidate so close to Election Day but the State’s Attorney General had proceeded with election for the Local Republican Party to fill the vacant seat until a social election is conducted should he win.

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