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President Donald Trump (R) won the presidential election in North Dakota on November 3, 2020.
Sen. Bernie Sanders won the Democratic caucus on March 10, 2020.
The North Dakota Republican Party confirmed that President Donald Trump was the only candidate to qualify for the March 10 caucuses and would be allocated 100% of the state’s delegates. The party’s state convention, originally scheduled for March 27-29, 2020, was canceled due to public health concerns related to the coronavirus pandemic. Delegates to the national convention were selected by mail-in ballot.
North Dakota was one of seven states with three votes in the Electoral College, making it tied for fewest. North Dakota was carried by the Republican presidential nominee in every election between 1968 and 2016; the last Democrat to carry the state was Lyndon B. Johnson (D). Between 1900 and 2016, North Dakota backed the Republican candidate in 83.33% of elections and the Democratic candidate in 16.67%.
In the 2016 election, Donald Trump (R) carried North Dakota with 63% of the vote to Hillary Clinton‘s (D) 27.2% and Gary Johnson‘s (L) 6.2%.
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