What are some names of democratic/liberal cities in North Dakota?
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- JaredLv 79 years agoFavorite Answer
In 2008, the counties of Sargent, Ransom, Kass, Traill, Steele, Grand Forks, Nelson, Eddy, Benson, Towner, Rolette, Montrail, and Sioux went for Barack Obama. All other counties went for John McCain.
Grand Forks is usually considered the most Democratic city in North Dakota. Fargo is usually considered moderate-leaning-Republican, but it did go for Barack Obama in 2008.Source(s): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:North_Dakota_Pre... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fargo,_North_Dakota
- tribeca_belleLv 79 years ago
I don't know because I'm not familiar with North Dakota's cities but I find it interesting that North Dakota has the only state-owned bank in the nation. Wouldn't conservatives consider that socialism?
- Anthony DLv 49 years ago
Not to much in North Dakota from what I seen.
The biggest liberal city of them all is Portland, Oregon!Source(s): ///
- yutsnarkLv 79 years ago
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- GregLv 79 years ago
I am familiar with no such cities.
That's kind of like asking "what is the most liberal place in Afghanistan."
Such an honor is equivalent to being the skinniest kid at the fat camp.
- angie pLv 49 years ago
Native American Areas.
- Anonymous9 years ago
Chicago. Sorry, was home schooled by a hairy arm pitted, tofu eating mother.
- 9 years ago
Really bombing out on the trolling today hey?