DL native on ballot for state justice
Detroit Lakes native Tim Tingelstad knows his quest to unseat state Supreme Court Justice Paul Anderson is tough at best.
Tingelstad, a magistrate with the Ninth District Court based in Bemidji, who oversees family law cases isn't deterred, though.
It's Tingelstad's second attempt for a spot on the high court. He lost a race against ex-Vikings standout Alan Page in the 2004 general election. Tingelstad picked up about 28 percent of the vote then.
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