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North Dakota Election Results

Posted on 11/6/2012

Congress:
Kevin Cramer (R) won the U.S. House seat with 54.89% of the vote.
Heidi Heitkamp (D) defeated Rick Berg (R) for the U.S. Senate seat with 50.24% of the vote.

Governor:
Governor Jack Dalrymple (R) was elected to his first full four-year term as governor, after serving as Lieutenant governor under then-Governor John Hoeven for a decade and filling the seat when Hoeven was elected to the U.S. Senate in 2010.

Statewide:
Adam Hamm (R) was re-elected Insurance Commissioner.
Bob Peterson (R) was re-elected Auditor.
Kelly Schmidt (R) was re-elected Treasurer.
Randy Christmann (R) was elected to the Public Service Commission.
Kirsten Baesler (R) was elected as Superintendent of Public Instruction.

Legislative:
Republicans expanded their super majority in the House by picking up two seats, and will have a (71-23) majority.
Republicans lost two seats in the Senate, but maintained their super majority (33-14).

Ballot Issues:
Measure 1 (elimination of poll tax) passed.
Measure 2 (oaths of office) passed.
Measure 3 (farming and ranching practices) passed.
Measure 4 (prohibiting smoking) passed with more than 66%.
Measure 5 (animal cruelty) was defeated with more than 65% voting no.


To view North Dakota election results visit: http://results.sos.nd.gov/default.aspx



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