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Voting in North Dakota

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Am I Eligible To Vote in North Dakota?

To register to vote in the State of North Dakota, you must be:
  • A United States Citizen,
  • A Resident of North Dakota,
  • 18 years of age or older on Election Day, and
  • A precinct resident for 30 days preceding the election.
  • Able to provide a driver’s license, non-driver identification card, tribal identification, or long-term care certificate

North Dakota is the only state without voter registration. Although North Dakota was one of the first states to adopt voter registration prior to the turn of the century, it abolished it in 1951. It is also worth noting that North Dakota law still provides cities with the ability to register voters for city elections.

Voter Registration Options in North Dakota

You have the following 1 options to register to vote in North Dakota:

No Voter Registration

North Dakota is the only state without voter registration.

Check The Locations Where to Register


    Voting Options in North Dakota

    You have the following 2 options to vote in North Dakota:

    In Person

    You may submit an application anytime during the calendar year of an election

    Click here to locate voting locations

    Voting By Mail

    You may live in a county using mail ballot elections (at least one polling place must be open on Election Day).

    Click here to download the Mail-in Ballot

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