- Donald Trump won North Dakota, per Decision Desk HQ.
- North Dakota has voted for a Republican president in every election since 1968.
- The state has three electoral votes.
- All three of North Dakota’s congressional seats are held by Republicans.
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Donald Trump won North Dakota, per Decision Desk HQ.
North Dakota has voted Republican in every presidential election since 1968, reliably serving as a mainstay of the Republican candidate’s electoral vote count. The state is home to a competitive down-ballot race for governor.
North Dakota’s representation in government is fully Republican, with Republicans holding control of the governorship, Senate, House, and both legislative chambers in the state. North Dakota has three electoral votes and was not expected by analysts to be competitive.
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