The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead recently published an article on North Dakota’s short-lived presidential primary and its return to the current caucus system. Included in the article were statements by Michael Lansing, author and associate professor of history at Augsburg College.
Lansing said that since North Dakota returned to the caucus system in 1935, the state “has even less of a role in primary races than ever.”
He added, “The same is true of many Upper Midwest states.”
Read: Robin Huebner reports: ND’s place in presidential primary history on the Forum website.