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1980 election in North Dakota

Lloyd B. Omdahl

1980 election in North Dakota

by Lloyd B. Omdahl

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Published by Bureau of Governmental Affairs, University of North Dakota in Grand Forks, N.D .
Written in English

    Places:
  • North Dakota
    • Subjects:
    • Elections -- North Dakota -- Statistics.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Lloyd B. Omdahl.
      SeriesSpecial report / Bureau of Governmental Affairs, University of North Dakota ;, no. 59, Special report (University of North Dakota. Bureau of Governmental Affairs) ;, no. 59.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsJK6401 .N65 no. 59, JK6493 .N65 no. 59
      The Physical Object
      Paginationii, 45 p. :
      Number of Pages45
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3924315M
      LC Control Number81621911

      Election, Primary & Caucus Dates: State Primary: June 9, Presidential Caucuses (D): Ma Type: open Democrat Delegates: 18 (14 pledged, 4 super) Republican Convention (Presidential): Ma Type: closed Republican Delegates: 29 North Dakota Electoral Votes: 3. The North Dakota State office of Governor was established by North Dakota Constitution. The qualifications of the Governor included that the individual be a citizen of the United States, qualified elector of the state, at least thirty years old, and a resident of the state of North Dakota for five years immediately prior to election.

      From George Washington's uncontested run for president to the divisive campaigns of , see an overview of all the presidential elections in U.S. history. North Dakota has participated in 32 presidential elections, voting Republican in 26 of them. Of the five times it went “blue,” only (Woodrow Wilson’s second-term victory) was not a landslide for the Democratic candidate. (North Dakota's first election as a state was won by a 3rd party candidate).

      Elections All districts should have certain materials available for immediate reference. Some that will be needed for elections include: A. Current copy of the North Dakota Century School Code and current supplements. See NDCC on elections. B. Election Laws, a booklet available from the Secretary of State that is a complete set. Get this from a library! Historic structure report, historic data section, CCC structure, Peaceful Valley Ranch, Maltese Cross Cabin, Elkhorn Ranch, Theodore Roosevelt National Park, North Dakota. [Louis Torres; United States. National Park Service. Denver Service Center.].


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