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WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO VOTE IN NORTH DAKOTA?

To vote, a person must be a U.S. Citizen, age 18 or older and have lived at their address for at least 30 days prior to the November 6, 2018 election.
 
Eligible voters are required to provide a North Dakota ID. ID options include:
  1. Driver's license or nondriver's identification card issued by the North Dakota Department of Transportation
  2. An official form of identification issued by a tribal government to a tribal member residing in this state
  3. A long-term care certificate issued by a long-term care facility in this state
 
If an eligible voter does not have their current address on their North Dakota ID, the voter must provide a copy of one of the following:
  1. A current utility bill that matches the name and address on the application
  2. A current bank statement that matches the name and address on the application
  3. A check issued by a federal, state, or local government
  4. A paycheck
  5. A document issued by a federal, state, or local government that matches the name and address on the application
A voter can update their ND ID residential address online HERE or by calling NDDOT at 701-328-4353. You do not need an updated North Dakota license or ID card if your address has been updated online with the NDDOT.
 

YOU CAN VOTE IN PERSON

To find out where you vote in person, visit HERE.
 

YOU CAN VOTE BY MAIL

  1. Complete the absentee ballot request form HERE.  
  2. Once you have completed your application by providing all the required information, date and sign it. You must provide the identification number from one of the applicant’s valid forms of identification OR a copy of the applicant’s long-term care certificate. If necessary, include a copy of the applicant’s supplemental identification listed above.
  3. Mail the request form back to your county auditor as soon as possible. The auditor’s mailing information will be provided as you fill out the online absentee ballot request.
  4. Wait to receive your ballot in the mail from your county auditor.
  5. Return your voted ballot. You can send it by U.S. Mail or deliver it in person to your county auditor, but the return envelope containing your marked ballot must be postmarked no later than the day before the election and received by the county auditor no later than the meeting of the county canvassing board six days after the election.
  6. For more information about voting by mail, visit HERE.
 
For more information about voting in North Dakota, visit HERE.
 


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