State representatives George Keiser and Lawrence Klemin will seek re-election to the North Dakota Legislature in 2018.

The two Republican incumbents plan an aggressive campaign to continue to represent District 47 in northwest Bismarck.

Keiser has served in the House of Representatives since 1993 and is the chairman of the House Industry, Business and Labor Committee. He also serves on the House Energy and Natural Resources Committee and served as president of the National Conference of Insurance Legislators. He is chairman of the interim Health Care Reform Review Committee and serves on the interim Workers Compensation Review Committee.

Keiser, a former member of the Bismarck City Commission, is the owner of Quality Printing in Bismarck.

Klemin, a lawyer in Bismarck with Schweigert, Klemin & McBride, P.C., began his service in the House in 1999 and is chairman of the House Political Subdivisions Committee. He also serves on the House Judiciary Committee and the House Rules Committee, is the House Parliamentarian, and is chairman of the House Committee on Correction and Revision of the Journal.

Klemin is chairman of the North Dakota Uniform Law Commission and has been appointed by the Legislature to serve as a commissioner on the National Uniform Law Commission. He also serves on the State Council for Interstate Adult Offender Supervision. He is currently the vice chairman of the interim Judiciary Committee and serves on the interim Government Administration Committee and on the interim Justice Reinvestment Committee.