North Dakota Guide

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Upcoming Election
North Dakota General Election: Tuesday, November 3, 2020
Race for President
A
Kamala Harris (D) LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
A-
Jo Jorgensen (I) LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
B-
Joe Biden (D) DECRIMINALIZE

Joe Biden has a history of supporting anti-drug, tough on crime policies as well as those that imposed punitive penalties for drug offenses and facilitated discrimnation against drug users.

His current criminal justice reform plan includes provisions that would decriminalize the use of cannabis and automatically expunge all prior cannabis use convictions. Read more

D+
Race for U.S. House District At-Large
B-
Kelly Armstrong (R) MEDICAL USE

Kelly Armstrong has gone on record to say that he does not support legalizing marijuana, and confirmed these statements with his "No" vote on the MORE Act. He has not displayed any anti-medical marijuana sentiment, and voted in favor of the SAFE Banking Act. 

Race for State Senate District 2
Race for State Senate District 36
Race for State Senate District 38
Your Elected Officials
Governor
C+
U.S. Senate
C
Kevin Cramer (R) MEDICAL USE

Senator Cramer is pro-states rights and pro-medical marijuana, while remaining anti-recreational marijuana. 

U.S. Senate
C-
John Hoeven (R)

While Senator Hoeven does not support legalizing marijuana, he has not been on record as actively anti-marijuana. Recently, he has voted in favor of some ancillary legislation, including the Veterans Equal Access amendment of 2017.

U.S. House District At-Large
B-
Kelly Armstrong (R) MEDICAL USE

Kelly Armstrong has gone on record to say that he does not support legalizing marijuana, and confirmed these statements with his "No" vote on the MORE Act. He has not displayed any anti-medical marijuana sentiment, and voted in favor of the SAFE Banking Act. 

State Senate District 37
B-
Rich Wardner (R) DECRIMINALIZE
State House District 9
B+
Marvin Nelson (D) DECRIMINALIZE
State House District 11
A
Gretchen Dobervich (D) LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
State House District 32
B
Patrick Heinert (R) DECRIMINALIZE

Voted YES on a decriminalization bill

State House District 37
D+