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Bismarck native Cara Mund was crowned Miss America on Sunday night in Atlantic City N.J

Bismarck native Cara Mund was crowned Miss America on Sunday night in Atlantic City N.J

Ivy League graduate and national dance champion Cara Mund from North Dakota won the Miss America pageant on Sunday, becoming the first contestant from the state to ever win the 91-year-old pageant.

Miss North Dakota has been crowned the next Miss America during the annual beauty pageant held in Atlantic City on Sunday night. Mund will tour the country as part of her Miss America duties for the next year then, she plans to start law school at the University of Notre Dame.

Judges scored contestants, who ranged from teenagers to the cut-off age of 24, based on talent, the live question segment, a personal interview and appearances in gowns and swimsuits. Maria Menounos asked her about climate change and North Dakota believed that our government's position on the issue is incorrect. Good decision, bad decision?

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Miss North Dakota, Cara Mund!

Along with the crown, the new Miss America won a $50,000 (£37000) scholarship, a six-figure salary for the next one year and a contract with Dick Clark Productions.

Hours after leading the Eagles to a season-opening 30-17 win over the Redskins, Carson Wentz had his name dropped by the newest Miss America. After winning Miss North Dakota's Outstanding Teen in 2010, she competed in Miss America's Outstanding Teen in 2011.

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"She's a handsome girl, so happy for you", another told Mund's mother.

Amid thought-provoking answers on pertinent issues such as climate change and investigations into Trump's campaign, Miss New Jersey Kaitlyn Schoeffel's stand on the controversy around Confederate statues seems to have invoked the ire of many viewers. "So whether you believe it or not, we need to be at that [negotiation] table, and I just think it's a bad decision on behalf of the United States". Another contestant, Miss Texas Margana Wood, absolutely slayed her answer to what could have been an incredibly polarizing question, and the internet is loving it. Because we are truly defined by our country's history, and I don't think it's something we need to forget.

And off-stage during the preliminary rounds, the 23-year-old dancer told the Associated Press of her own political ambitions - hoping to become the first female governor of her home state.

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