Governor of North Dakota

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Governor of North Dakota
Standard of the Governor of North Dakota.svg
North Dakota Lieutenant Governor Jack Dalrymple.jpg
Incumbent
Jack Dalrymple

since December 7, 2010
Residence North Dakota Governor's Residence
Term length 4 years, no term limit
Inaugural holder John Miller
Formation November 20, 1889
Deputy Lt. Gov. Drew Wrigley
Salary $105,036[1]
Website http://governor.nd.gov/

The Governor of North Dakota is the chief executive of North Dakota. The current Governor is Republican Jack Dalrymple. In addition to his role leading the executive branch offices, the governor has the right to sign or veto laws and to call the Legislative Assembly into emergency session. The Governor is also chairman of the North Dakota Industrial Commission. The official residence of the Governor is the North Dakota Governor's Residence in Bismarck. A governor is elected by statewide popular vote to a four-year term with no limit to the number of terms a governor may serve.

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  1. ^ The Council of State Governments (2010). "Chapter 4: State Executive Branch". The Book of the States. The Council of State Governments. ISBN 978-0-87292-766-7. Retrieved 27 September 2011. 

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