Rauschenberger set to resign as North Dakota Tax Commissioner

Photo By: State of North Dakota
Photo By: State of North Dakota

(Bismarck, ND) -- North Dakota's Tax Commissioner Ryan Rauschenberger has announced he will resign.

Governor Doug Burgum Tuesday thanked Commissioner Rauschenberger for his service to the State of North Dakota after he notified the governor of his intention to resign his position effective January 3rd, 2022.

“We are deeply grateful to Ryan for his dedicated and effective service to the citizens of North Dakota for more than 13 years, and the First Lady and I applaud him for having the courage to take the steps necessary to prioritize his recovery, health and well-being,” Burgum said.

As required by North Dakota law, Burgum will appoint a tax commissioner to serve the remainder of Rauschenberger’s term, which expires at the end of 2022.

To find out the most recent incident in which led to Rauschenberger announcing he's going to step down, click here.