A North Dakota banker wants to become the state's governor - even if it means beating out one of his bosses for the job.

John Hoeven, president of Bank of North Dakota in Bismarck, the state capital, is one of two candidates for the Republican gubernatorial nomination in the nation's fourth-least-populous state. If he wins nomination this spring, he would go up against a member of his bank's board in the general election.

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