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Election

Rep. Kelly Armstrong announces campaign for re-election


4th graders to design a new "I Voted" sticker for ND 2020 election


Insurance Commissioner Jon Godfread announces reelection bid


Bank addresses possible recession


Jamie Azure retains tribal chairmanship for Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa


Mark Fox holds off Tex Hall in MHA Nation chairman race


Belcourt students march to rally the vote


Long lines in Williston for Midterm voting


Midterm Election vote counting


Meet the candidates for the Ward County commission


A push for more young voters


Jobbers helping to get each polling location Election Day ready


Record early voting continues


New accusations in McKenzie County Sheriff race


Get to know Minot District 5 House candidates


Get to know Minot District 5 Senate candidates


Native American voting addressed by state officials, tribes


New Jersey Senator campaigning for Heitkamp


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After mystery coronavirus case, health officials go into detective mode

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