Voter Guide for North Dakota Statewide Races General Election on November 5th 2024

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  • Candidates for Common Good
    (1 Candidates/0 Measures)
  • Democrats Serve
    (1 Candidates/0 Measures)
  • ERA Now
    (1 Candidates/0 Measures)
  • Electing Women PAC
    (1 Candidates/0 Measures)
  • Forward Blue
    (1 Candidates/0 Measures)
  • Gun Sense Voter
    (2 Candidates/0 Measures)
  • ND Dem-NPL District 44
    (1 Candidates/0 Measures)
  • National Organization for Women PAC
    (1 Candidates/0 Measures)
  • National Women's Political Caucus
    (1 Candidates/0 Measures)
  • No Dem Left Behind
    (1 Candidates/0 Measures)
  • North Dakota Democratic-NPL
    (5 Candidates/0 Measures)

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    State

    North Dakota Superintendent of Public Instruction

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    Kirsten Baesler

    Incumbent, Nonpartisan
    person

    Jason Heitkamp

    Nonpartisan

    Served as a Republican state senator for District 26 from 2021-2022. Heitkamp says his priorities for office are decreasing (and eventually getting rid of) property taxes, improving teachers’ pay and retirement plans and refocusing K-12 curriculum to center on reading, writing and math and civics, health and fitness. [1]

    person

    North Dakota Commissioner of Insurance

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    No Democrats are running in this race. Consider Running!

    Republican Candidates

    • Jon Godfread

    North Dakota Treasurer

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    No Democrats are running in this race. Consider Running!

    Republican Candidates

    • Thomas Beadle

    North Dakota State Ballot Measures

    State

    Constitutional Measure 1

    North Dakota Constitutional Measure 1, Language Describing State Institutions Amendment (2024)

    A "yes" vote supports amending language used in the state constitution to describe certain state institutions such as changing "insane" to "individuals with mental illness", "feebleminded" to "individuals with developmental disabilities", and "deaf and dumb" to "deaf and hard of hearing."

    A "no" vote opposes amending language used in the state constitution to describe certain state institutions.

    Constitutional Measure 2

    North Dakota Constitutional Measure 2, Single-Subject Requirement for Initiatives and Require Constitutional Initiatives to be Passed Twice Amendment (2024)

    A "yes" vote supports this constitutional amendment to: 

    • establish a single-subject rule for initiatives (both statutory and constitutional), as determined by the secretary of state;
    • increase the signature requirement for constitutional amendment initiatives from 4% of the resident population to 5% of the resident population of the state; and
    • require proposed constitutional initiatives that have qualified for the ballot to be placed on the next primary election ballot, and, if approved, be placed on the next general election ballot, where it must be approved again to become effective.

    A "no" vote opposes this constitutional amendment to adopt a single-subject rule for initiatives and make changes to the signature requirement and election process for citizen-initiated constitutional initiatives.

    Constitutional Measure 3

    North Dakota Constitutional Measure 3, Legacy Fund Transfers Amendment (2024)

    A "yes" vote supports decreasing the amount of money that can be expended from the state legacy fund, a fund that receives 30% of tax revenue from oil and gas production, from 15% to 5% of the principal of the fund over a period of two years, and provides for a distribution to be made from the state legacy fund to a legacy earnings fund rather than have the accrued earnings be sent to the general fund.

    A "no" vote opposes decreasing the amount of money that can be expended from the state legacy fund, a fund that receives 30% of tax revenue from oil and gas production, from 15% to 5% of the principal of the fund over a period of two years, and provides for a distribution to be made from the state legacy fund to a legacy earnings fund rather than have the accrued earnings be sent to the general fund.

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