It was a three-man race in the United States House of Representatives race in North Dakota, with newcomer Republican Kelly Armstrong coming out on top, with 403 precincts reporting early Wednesday morning.
Armstrong, who was challenged by Democrat Mac Schneider and independent nominee Charles Tuttle, won the race by more than 20 points over Schneider. Tuttle finished in third.
Armstrong tells WZFG News that his first priority is to work on a farm bill. He says everyone knows a farm bill needs to be passed.