Voting in ND

By | June 27, 2014 at 8:09 pm | No comments | ND Resources

North Dakota is the only state without voter registration. So how do you vote? It’s easy!

What ID do I need to vote in North Dakota?

Identification options include a Valid North Dakota:

  • Driver’s license
  • Non-driver’s identification card
  • Tribal government issued identification card
  • Student identification certificate (provided by ND college or university)
  • Long-term care identification certificate (provided by ND facility)

Where do I vote in North Dakota?

Depends on where you live, click here to enter your address for exact polling locations.

When are elections in North Dakota?

Township elections are held annually on the third Tuesday in March.

Cities hold elections on the second Tuesday in June in each even numbered year.

The primary election is held on the second Tuesday in June. (Congressional, Statewide, Legislative District, Judicial District, and County Offices)

The general election is held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November of each even numbered year. (Congressional, Statewide, Legislative District, Judicial District, and County Officers)

Learn more about voting in North Dakota at vote.nd.gov

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