North Dakota: How to Vote, Where to Vote and What’s on the Ballot

Nervous that you forgot to register to vote? Don’t sweat it. North Dakota does not require people to register to vote.

How to vote

Eligible voters can cast a ballot today by providing “acceptable identification,” at their polling site, according to North Dakota’s secretary of state. That includes a locally issued driver’s license, a state identification card or a tribal, government-issued identification card.

If you used an absentee or mail ballot, check its status on this page. The deadline to return such ballots was Monday. Request an absentee or mail ballot for future elections here.

Where to vote

Use this site to find your voting place.

What’s on the ballot

Republicans will pick a nominee for Senate, as well as secretary of state. Depending on where you live, you may also pick candidates for state legislative and local offices.


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