Candidate and Measure Information

Candidate Information

County Offices

Office Term Length Term Dates Candidate
District #2 County Commissioner 4 years December 4, 2024 - December 4, 2028 Steve Kemp
District #4 County Commissioner 4 years December 4, 2024 - December 4, 2028 Chris Walstad

Both offices will be on the ballot for both the Primary Election (June 11, 2024) and the General Election (November 5, 2024).

Federal, City, and State Offices

Use the ND Secretary of State's Candidate Search Tool to view candidate information for all races including federal, state, county commission, cities, park boards, and the Garrison Diversion Conservancy.

School Board Offices

For more information about the June 11 School Board election, visit the Williston Basin School District #7 website.

Measure Information

Local Measures

The filing deadline for local measures was April. 8. Additional information about City Measures will be added to this site as it becomes available.

City of Williston Measure No. 2

MOSQUITO CONTROL CHARGE; CONTINUATION OF $4.00 PER MONTH PER OCCUPIED UNIT

Shall the City of Williston continue to be authorized to charge four dollars ($4.00) per month per occupied unit on the water bill for the mosquito control effort, to sunset after June 2028.

 Yes - Means you approve the measure as summarized above

 No - Means you reject the measure as summarized above

Williams County Measure No. 1

Shall the Williams County Board of County Commissioners be authorized to extend the current one percent (1.00%) sales and use tax being imposed throughout Williams County for ten (10) years beginning April 1st, 2025 to be dedicated as follows:

  1. Public safety (supplemental funding to public safety departments and agencies)
  2. Sports, recreation and community facilities
  3. Behavioral and rural health programs and facilities
  4. Capital improvements to enhance social and economic vitality in Williams County

Such sales and use tax revenues may be pledged to the payment of bonds issued for such purposes in anticipation of the collection and receipt of such sales and use tax, and if so pledged, the sales and use tax may not be repealed so long as any such bonds or bonds refunding the bonds are outstanding.

 Yes - Means you approve the measure as summarized above

 No - Means you reject the measure as summarized above

State Measures

Statewide measures can be found on the North Dakota Secretary of State's website: State Measures on Ballot. One initiated measure has been approved for the Primary Election (June 11, 2024) and three have been approved for the General Election (November 5, 2024).

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