NDGOP Executive Committee Recommends Not to Let Delegates Vote on Superintendent Race

MINOT, N.D. — The executive committee of the North Dakota Republican Party has voted 10 -2 to delay their endorsement in North Dakota’s race for superintendent of schools until after the June primary.

But that’s not a final decision. NDGOP Chairman Rick Berg tells me the executive committee’s decision will need to be approved by the full state committee. The executive committee includes the state party leadership and top Republican elected officials. The state committee includes district-level party leadership as well.

This is all a bit complicated, so let’s go through what this means.

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