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North Dakota elections, 2010

Elections will be held in North Dakota on Tuesday, November 2, 2010. Primary elections were held on June 8, 2010.

Contents

  • Federal 1
    • United States Senate 1.1
    • United States House 1.2
  • State 2
    • State Senate 2.1
    • State House of Representatives 2.2
    • Judicial positions 2.3
    • Ballot measures 2.4
  • Local 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Federal

United States Senate

The nominees are Tracy Potter (Democratic Party), Keith Hanson (Libertarian Party), and incumbent Governor John Hoeven (Republican Party).

United States House

The one North Dakota seat in the United States House of Representatives is up for election in 2010. The nominees are incumbent Earl Pomeroy (Democratic Party) and Rick Berg (Republican Party).

State

Agriculture Commissioner, State Attorney General, Public Service Commissioner, Secretary of State, and Tax Commissioner are up for election in 2010.

State Senate

One-half of the seats of the North Dakota Senate are up for election in 2010.

State House of Representatives

One-half of the seats in the North Dakota House of Representatives are up for election in 2010.

Judicial positions

Multiple judicial positions will be up for election in 2010.

  • North Dakota judicial elections, 2010 at Judgepedia

Ballot measures

One measure has been certified, and at least ten initiatives are pending.

Local

Many elections for county offices will also be held on November 2, 2010.

References

External links

  • Voting at the North Dakota Secretary of State
  • U.S. Congress Candidates for North Dakota at Project Vote Smart
  • North Dakota Election Guide from Congress.org
  • North Dakota from OurCampaigns.com
  • North Dakota Polls at Pollster.com
  • North Dakota Congressional Races in 2010 campaign finance data from OpenSecrets.org
  • North Dakota 2010 campaign finance data from Follow the Money
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