Berg Concedes U.S. Senate Race to Heitkamp

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) – Republican Rep. Rick Berg has officially conceded the North Dakota U.S. Senate race to Democratic candidate Heidi Heitkamp. With all North Dakota precincts reporting, Heitkamp was victorious with 50.25 percent of the vote, as opposed to Berg’s 49.31 percent. It was a margin of just shy of 3,000 total votes. Berg’s spokesman Chris Van Guilder...
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Final Statewide Election Results

Courtesy of: North Dakota Secretary of State 426/426 Precincts Reporting (100%) President Of The United States Romney (Republican)   187,586 (58.3%) Obama (Democrat)  124,490 (38.7%) United States Senator Rick Berg (Republican)  157,758 (49.3%) Heidi Heitkamp (Democrat)  160,752 (50.2%) United States Representative Kevin Cramer (Republican)  172,905 (54.9%) Pam Gulleson (Democrat)  131,396 (41.7%) North Dakota Governor and Lieutenant Governor Jack Dalrymple and...
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North Dakota U.S. Senate Race: Berg Not Conceding Yet

BISMARCK, N.D. (Prairie Public News) – We knew it would be hotly contested, but even though Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Heidi Heitkamp appears to have won that race, her opponent, Congressman Rick Berg, is not conceding. Unofficial results show Heitkamp with about a 3,000 vote margin in her favor and she spoke to her supporters early this morning declaring...
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District 12: Grabinger Takes Senate; Haak, Looysen to House

JAMESTOWN, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – A margin of just 109 votes in Jamestown’s District 12 was the difference for winning candidate Democrat John Grabinger as he is headed to Bismarck with his 0.9 percent defeat of Republican Bernie Satrom for North Dakota Senate. Grabinger spoke about the opportunity to succeed Sen. Dave Nething in office, who held the position since...
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