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Here's a look at the results of North Dakota's 2022 primary election:

A record seven candidates were vying for the job of Fargo mayor in the June primary election.
A total of 15 candidates vied for five open seats on the Fargo School Board in Tuesday's election.
Seven, including three incumbents vie for four seats
The two emerged at the head of the record slate of 15 candidates.
The Fargo Park Board consists of five commissioners who are elected at large for four-year terms with no term limits.
City commissioners will continue to be limited to three terms but can serve another four years if elected mayor
Races include seats for sheriff, state's attorney, Garrison diversion conservancy director and two county commissioners.
In the night’s most anticipated legislative race, House Appropriations Chairman Jeff Delzer appears to have lost his bid for reelection in District 33, which extends from north of Bismarck west to Mercer County.
With 394 of 398 precincts fully reporting, Casselton state representative and seed business owner Michael Howe appears to have won the race with 68% of the vote. Bismarck auto service adviser Marvin Lepp has received 32% of the vote.
West Fargo's mayor and two commission seats were on the ballot.
Cass County Assistant State's Attorney Connie Cleveland and West Fargo attorney David Chapman led the pack of four in primary race.

You can check out the North Dakota Secretary of State's election results platform for results as they come in below:

Here are the results and stories on these races:

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