North Dakota gubernatorial election, 2008
|Elections in North Dakota|
The 2008 North Dakota gubernatorial election took place on 4 November 2008 for the post of Governor of North Dakota. Incumbent Republican Governor John Hoeven was easily re-elected again, defeating Democrat Tim Mathern.
June 10, 2008 - Primary elections.
November 4, 2008 - General election.
- John Hoeven, Governor of North Dakota
- Tim Mathern, member of North Dakota Senate
- DuWayne Hendrickson
- Dana Brandenberg
|Source||Date||John Hoeven (R)||Tim Mathern (D)|
|Rasmussen Reports||September 8, 2008||68%||28%|
|Rasmussen Reports||July 8, 2008||67%||27%|
|North Dakota gubernatorial election, 2008|
|Republican||John Hoeven (inc.)||235,009||74.44%||+3.19%|
- North Dakota Election Calendar North Dakota Secretary of State
- Elections and Voting from the North Dakota Secretary of State
- North Dakota Governor candidates at Project Vote Smart
- North Dakota Governor race from OurCampaigns.com
- North Dakota Governor race from 2008 Race Tracker
- Campaign contributions from Follow the Money
- Hoeven (R-i) vs. Mathern (D) graph of collected poll results from Pollster.com
- Official campaign websites