The state and local elections in North Dakota in 2006 proceeded as follows:
Secretary of State
Incumbent Republican North Dakota Secretary of State Al Jaeger defeated Democratic-NPL nominee Kristin Hedger, an aide to Senator Byron Dorgan.
Popular incumbent Republican Attorney General of North Dakota Wayne Stenehjem defeated Democratic-NPL nominee Bill Brudvick, an attorney.
Incumbent Democratic-NPL North Dakota Agriculture Commissioner Roger Johnson defeated 2004 Republican) nominee Doug Goehring in a rematch.
Public Service Commissioner
Incumbent Republican North Dakota Public Service Commissioner Tony Clark defeated Democratic-NPL nominee Cheryl Bergian, a former candidate for the North Dakota State Senate.
Incumbent Republican North Dakota Tax Commissioner Cory Fong defeated Democratic-NPL nominee Brent Edison, the 2004 Democratic-NPL nominee for North Dakota State Auditor.
Constitutional Measure 1
This ballot measure made proposed changes to policy relating to public school trust funds.
Constitutional Measure No. 1
Initiated Constitutional Measure 2
This ballot measure prohibited the use of land taken by eminent domain for any future private use, with exceptions of public utilities and common carriers.
Initiated Constitutional Measure No. 2
Statutory Measure 3
This ballot measure would have made changes to family law concerning child custody, child support, and other issues.
Statutory Measure No. 3
In the North Dakota House of Representatives, the North Dakota Democratic-NPL Party gained six seats, to total 33, while the Republicans hold all of the remaining 61 seats. In the North Dakota Senate, the North Dakota Democratic-NPL Party gained six seats, to total 21, while the Republicans hold all of the remaining 26 seats.