Armstrong faces first reelection test in North Dakota U.S. House race

North Dakota voters are deciding whether to reelect their only congressman, a freshman incumbent, or pick someone new for the next two years.


U.S. Rep. Kelly Armstrong, R-N.D., is seeking a second term. He’s challenged by Democratic-NPL nominee Zach Raknerud, a retail manager in Minot, and Libertarian Steven Peterson, a Fargo business owner. In interviews with the Tribune, the two major-party candidates laid out their plans, if elected.