North Dakota Guide
Upcoming Election
Your Elected Officials
Governor
B-
Doug Burgum (R) DECRIMINALIZE
Lieutenant Governor
B-
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 1
State Senate District 2
B
State Senate District 4
State Senate District 5
State Senate District 6
B
State Senate District 8
State Senate District 11
B-
State Senate District 13
B+
Judy Lee (R)
State Senate District 14
B
State Senate District 16
State Senate District 18
A+
State Senate District 19
C-
State Senate District 20
B
State Senate District 21
B
State Senate District 22
C-
State Senate District 24
C-
State Senate District 25
B-
State Senate District 26
B
State Senate District 27
B
Kristin Roers (R) LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
State Senate District 28
State Senate District 29
B
State Senate District 30
B
State Senate District 31
B
State Senate District 32
B
State Senate District 36
B
Jay Elkin (R)
State Senate District 38
B
State Senate District 40
State Senate District 41
B
State Senate District 42
B
State Senate District 44
State Senate District 45
State Senate District 46
B
Jim Roers (R)
State Senate District 47
B
State House District 2
D+
State House District 4B
State House District 6
D+
D
State House District 11
A
Gretchen Dobervich (D) LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE
State House District 14
D+
D+
State House District 20
D+
D+
State House District 32
B
Patrick Heinert (R) DECRIMINALIZE

Voted YES on a decriminalization bill

State House District 34
D+
D+
State House District 37
D+
State House District 40
A-
Matthew Ruby (R) LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE DECRIMINALIZE
State House District 44
B+
Joshua Boschee (D) LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE DECRIMINALIZE
State House District 46
B+
Shannon Roers Jones (R) DECRIMINALIZE
D+