North Dakota’s caucuses will take place on March 10. In the 2016 general election, Donald Trump won the state with 62.96% of the vote, compared with Hillary Clinton’s 27.23%. North Dakota has voted for a Democratic presidential candidate only once in the past 60 years, supporting Lyndon Johnson in 1964. Republicans control the state Legislature, the governor’s office and the congressional delegation. When Democrats win statewide races in North Dakota, they do extremely well in the eastern region, particularly around the urban centers of Fargo and Grand Forks. These cities have the state’s largest share of white-collar and affluent residents, and trend more Democratic than the state as a whole.