With so many important measures on the ballot, along with the candidates, this June primary is expected to draw record numbers of voters.
About 2,000 people cast their votes at the Civic Center, and of course there are a number of other poling sites where results will be tallied tonight.
And it's not just the candidates on the ballots that voters are most interested in, but also the number of measures that have become very controversial.
Voters are vigorously casting their votes in Bismarck and across the state today.
Each voter has a specific reason why they're voicing their opinion in this June Primary.
"Cause it's our right, so I usually vote whenever I can," Mari Bondley said.
"The property tax one, the fighting Sioux of course... like anyone," Steve Stelton said.
And nearly everyone you ask seems to know about the Fighting Sioux nickname, and what's at stake for it in this election.
"Yes, yes, I like, now this is my own personal opinion how many years have we used the Sioux logo and name, several, several years, why change it now," Geneva Adams said.
While everyone has their own opinion, most voters can agree on one thing, the importance of people coming out to vote.
"It's our obligation like I say to support one another and not to grumble if we didn't vote," Adams said.
"Well I always try and vote, being the good American citizen that I am, the thing that I'm really interested in doing is all the measures," Stelton said.
Unlike most June Primaries... this one is a little different than most.
"It is cause the measures, there's actually something that's going to change, where when it's just a primary election and just candidates, you're voting for who you want to vote for," Bondley said.
And with so many measures on the ballot, every vote will make a difference.
If you don't know where your polling place is, you can log onto the Secretary of State's website at www.nd.gov/sos, you can also see a sample ballot, so you know what to expect when you come out.
Keep it with kxnet.com for up to date results.