2024 North Dakota Primary Live Results


Election Date June 11, 2024
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Polls Close 8:00 PM Eastern Time, except 9:00 PM Eastern for areas observing Mountain Time
While closing times are set by county; almost all follow this schedule
On this Page Primary results for U.S. Senate, U.S. House, Governor, State Legislature


Presidential nominating contests were party-run and held in March.

U.S. Senate

Republican Sen. Kevin Cramer is running for reelection to a second term. He is unopposed for renomination and is favored to win reelection in November. Katrina Christiansen is unopposed for the Democratic nomination.


Republican Gov. Doug Burgum is not seeking a 3rd term. Subsequent governors will not have that option, as voters approved a term-limit constitutional amendment in 2022.

Despite the lack of an incumbent, the Republican nominee will be heavily favored in November. That primary features the state's current at-large U.S. Rep. Kelly Armstrong and Lt. Gov. Tammy Miller.

While Burgum has endorsed Miller, Armstrong has Donald Trump and both of the state's U.S. Senators in his corner. Armstrong also has a large lead in limited polling.

U.S. House

The state is one of six with a single U.S. House representative. Incumbent Republican Kelly Armstrong is running for governor. He defeated independent Cara Mund by 62% to 38% in 2022. Mund is among five candidates seeking the GOP nomination this year. 

Julie Fedorchak, a member of the North Dakota Public Service Commission, received Donald Trump's endorsement late last month. In a poll taken the week prior to that, Fedorchak held a 32% to 25% edge over former State Rep. Rick Becker. Mund was third, with 10% support.

The Republican nominee will be heavily favored to succeed Armstrong.



State Senate

State House