Late rush of Democrats adds to legislative contests: 19 districts have both parties on ballot
BISMARCK — A late rush of Democrats filing for office means North Dakota voters will see contested races in all but five of the 24 legislative districts on the ballot in the June 10 primary election.
All odd-numbered districts are up for election this year, for a total of 72 seats.
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