North Dakota Congressman Kelly Armstrong has been reelected to his seat in the United States House of Representatives.

“I’d like to offer my congratulations to Congressman Armstrong whose decisive victory clearly shows the trust North Dakotans have placed in him to represent our interests in Washington, D.C. We know that Congressman Armstrong will use his voice to fight for North Dakota families and protect our farmers, ranchers, and the critical energy industry of our state,” North Dakota Republican Party Chairman Rick Berg said.

Armstrong will serve his second term in the United States House, after serving six years in the North Dakota State Senate.

Armstrong defeated Democratic challenger Zach Raknerud and Libertarian challenger Steven Peterson.