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Results began rolling in shortly after 8 p.m. Central, with Park Board and County Commission races finishing up shortly before 9 p.m.

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Thousands of North Dakotans made their way to the polls on Tuesday, June 14, as the primary election wraps up in the state.

Results began rolling in shortly after 8 p.m. Central, with Park Board and County Commission races finishing up shortly before 9 p.m.

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With 11 of 11 precincts fully reporting, LaDouceur had 26.94% of the vote, followed by Tim Skarperud with 26.37% and Jordan McIntyre with 25%.
Twenty-three candidates were running to fill five open seats on the board.
Many of the races were uncontested.
In what is essentially a primary race, the top six vote-getters of the eight candidates who ran will move on to the General Election in November.
The two newcomers will join the City Council, while City Council President Dana Sande will retain his seat after his uncontested race.
Vote totals are unofficial, preliminary results.

The results are via the North Dakota Secretary of State's website.

In Grand Forks, notable races included the School Board, where 23 candidates vying for five seats , all of which were at-large positions, and the City Council, where six candidates were seeking election , including incumbent Dana Sande, who ran unopposed in Ward 6.

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Other local contests included the Grand Forks County Commission and the legislative race in District 20, which recently went through redistricting this fall.

Statewide, residents had the opportunity to vote in their respective party's primary election.
Uncontested statewide primary races, included those for U.S. representative, attorney general, agriculture commissioner, Public Service Commission, tax commissioner and Supreme Court justice.

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Secretary of State Al Jaeger has a letter showing that Benson County terminated its elections agreement with the city after Oberon failed to provide county elections officials with ballot information. He’d also heard worries from a local citizen that the election wouldn’t be held at all.

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