In North Dakota elections are overseen by the North Dakota Secretary of State.
CHECK YOUR VOTER REGISTRATION STATUS AND FIND YOUR POLLING PLACE:
REGISTERING TO VOTE IN North Dakota:
North Dakota does not require voter registration. State residents can vote at their local polling place with ID. More information below.
Open Primaries, meaning any voter can vote in any party’s primary.
WAYS TO VOTE:
In Person on Election Day
By Mail / Absentee (No deadline for receiving applications but ballots must be received the day before the election.)
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO:
ID is required to vote.
Voters voting in-person must present a current North Dakota driver’s license or non-driver's ID card, tribal government-issued ID, or long-term care certificate (provided by ND facility). ID must include the voter's name, current residential address, and date of birth. Any missing information from your ID can supplemented with a current utility bill, current bank statement, document or check issued by a federal, state, or local government, or paycheck.
Current court ruling requires all ID’s must include a street address. P.O. Box addresses are no longer acceptable.
For more information check out VoteRiders.org
Polling Hours: Hours vary by county. Generally they start between 7:00-9:00am and end between 7:00pm-9:00pm.
Secretary of State Contact: (800) 352-0867