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North Dakota: Governors


Governors of North Dakota, 1889-2019 (May be incomplete!)
John Miller 1889-91 Andrew H. Burke 1891-93 Eli C. D. Shortridge 1893-95 Roger Allin 1895-97 Frank A. Briggs 1897-98 Joseph M. Devine 1898-99 Frederick B. Fancher 1899-1901 Frank White 1901-05 E. Y. Sarles 1905-07 John Burke 1907-13 Louis B. Hanna 1913-17 Lynn J. Frazier 1917-21 R. A. Nestos 1921-25 Arthur G. Sorlie 1925-28 Walter J. Maddock 1928-29 George F. Shafer 1929-32 William Langer 1932-34 Ole H. Olson 1934-35 Thomas Hilliard Moodie 1935 Walter Welford 1935-37 William Langer 1937-39 John Moses 1939-45 Fred G. Aandahl 1945-51 Norman Brunsdale 1951-57 John E. Davis 1957-61 William L. Guy 1961-73 Arthur A. Link 1973-81 Allen Ingvar Olson 1981-85 George A. Sinner 1985-93 Edward T. Schafer 1993- John Hoeven 2004 Jack Dalrymple 2010-16 Doug Burgum 2016-

Events and Candidates (may be incomplete!)

  • 1898 Aug 9: Frank A. Briggs, died in office.
  • 1920: William Langer (Rep), defeated.
  • 1921 Oct 28: R. A. Nestos (Rep), elected.
  • 1924: R. A. Nestos (Rep), defeated in primary.
  • 1924 Nov 4: Arthur G. Sorlie (Rep), elected; Halvor L. Halvorson (Dem), defeated.
  • 1928 Aug 28: Arthur G. Sorlie, died in office.
  • 1928 Nov 6: George F. Shafer, elected.
  • 1934 Jul 17: William Langer, removed.
  • 1946: Quentin N. Burdick, defeated.
  • 1960: Herschel Lashkowitz (Ind), defeated.
  • 1962: Mark Andrews (Rep), defeated.
  • 1980: Arthur A. Link (Dem), defeated.
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