The following nominations are made in the party primary elections held on June 4, 2024:
In those areas of the state which have the following types of districts, nominations are made in a nonpartisan primary election:
Supreme Court - Voted on the general election ballot:
In those areas of the state which have the following types of districts, nominations are made in the general election:
The following will be nominated at the 2024 state conventions of each political party:
12-6-3. Candidacy for more than one office in same election prohibited--Exceptions. No person's name may appear on the primary election ballot as a candidate for nomination to more than one public office in the same election, except that a person may be the candidate for any public office and the office of President of the United States, vice president of the United States, director of a water development district, or director of a consumer power district. A candidate for any such office is not prohibited from seeking election to one or more party offices as may be provided in chapter 12-5. If a candidate secures a nomination at a state party convention, the candidate shall withdraw as a candidate from one of the offices and submit the withdrawal to the secretary of state on or before the date on which the secretary of state receives the state party certification.
12-16-10.1. Candidacy for more than one office prohibited--Exception. No person's name may appear on the general election ballot as a candidate for election to more than one public office except for the office of President of the United States or vice president of the United States.
12-20-21.2. Write-in votes not to be counted--Other votes on a ballot. If a name is written on a ballot in an attempt to cast a write-in vote, the write-in vote may not be counted. However, all other votes for which the voter's intent may be determined shall be counted.