In the "Peace Garden State," there are 14 Democratic and 29 GOP pledged delegates up for grabs.
The caucuses will take place between 5-8 p.m. local time.
North Dakota’s Democratic caucuses have now been dubbed "firehouse caucuses," essentially a party-run primary held in a public place, such as a firehouse.
This is the first time that North Dakota Democrats will implement the firehouse caucuses, which will be held at 14 locations across the state.
North Dakota is a historically conservative state and in the 2016 general election President Donald Trump received 62.96% of the vote to Clinton's 27.23%.