Prairie Public: "On this date in 1972, voters had some heavy measures to consider in a special election. They were asked to adopt or reject a new, shorter state constitution, which would replace the one from 1889."
Prairie Public: "Yet another attempt at women’s suffrage was made in 1913 during the Legislative Assembly in Bismarck. Those who were pro-suffrage were more organized this time. The legislature actually did pass the bill."
Bismarck Tribune: "The encroachment of the coronavirus on North Dakota has staff and administrators at the Burleigh Morton Detention Center and other law enforcement agencies taking steps to allow business to be conducted while still keeping inmates, themselves and the public safe."
Prairie Public: "By this date in 1920, 35 of the 36 states needed had ratified the 19th Amendment. Some states had already granted full or partial suffrage. North Dakota was one of 12 that had granted partial suffrage."