2004 North Dakota Democratic caucuses

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North Dakota Democratic caucuses, 2004

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  John F. Kerry.jpg General Wesley Clark official photograph.jpg
Candidate John Kerry Wesley Clark
Home state Massachusetts Arkansas
Delegate count 9 5
Popular vote 5,366 2,502
Percentage 50.82% 23.70%

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Candidate Howard Dean John Edwards
Home state Vermont North Carolina
Delegate count 0 0
Popular vote 1,231 1,025
Percentage 11.66% 9.71%

Frontrunner John Kerry had earlier won New Mexico, Missouri, Arizona and Delaware by large margins. Army General Wesley Clark had hoped to win some primaries this day but got only second and third place finishes. Howard Dean just months earlier Dean had narrowly been leading in polls over Wesley Clark. The endorsements were former governor George A. Sinner who endorsed Wesley Clark. The results were Kerry with 51% to Wesley 24% and Dean at 12%.

Results[edit]

Candidate No. State Delegates Percentage Potential National delegates
John Kerry 5,366 50.82 9
Wesley Clark 2,502 23.70 5
Howard Dean 1,231 11.66 0
John Edwards 1,025 9.71 0
Dennis Kucinich 308 2.92 0
Joe Lieberman 98 0.93 0
Al Sharpton 28 0.27 0