Nov 08, 2016
Apr 08, 2016 - Sep 06, 2016
The Governor of North Dakota serves as the highest ranking state executive in North Dakota. Primary responsibilities of this position include: serving as commander-in-chief of the state military, submitting an annual budget to the legislature, making appointments, granting reprieves and pardons (with certain exclusions), and vetoing or signing bills into law. The governor is also the chairman of the North Dakota Industrial Commission. It should be noted that the Governor of North Dakota also has line-item veto power when the bill proposed concerns appropriations. A line-item veto is also referred to as a partial veto, and pronounces the ability of the governor (in specified appropriation situations) to reverse or cancel specific provisions of a bill without needing to veto the entire legislative proposal. The Governor of North Dakota serves a four-year term with no limit on the number of terms served. The annual salary of this position is estimated at $116,999.
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