North Dakota Voter Information
Do you have a voting plan? We've got important information and tips for ND voters.
2022 marks the 102nd anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment, granting most women the constitutional right to vote. The women who fought for this right were ridiculed, fined, jailed and beaten. Following their victory a century ago, the battle continued to secure voting rights for all citizens. When you exercise your right to vote, you honor their courage and persistence, and carry on their legacy by making your voice heard.
North Dakota is the only state where you do not have to register to vote! You can go to your polling place and vote as long as you are:
1. a U.S. citizen
2. at least 18 years old on Election Day
3. a North Dakota resident, and
4. a resident in the precinct where you’re voting for 30 days preceding the election.
• Locate your polling place and note the hours of operation. You can find that information here.
• Find out who and/or what is on your ballot before you go.
• Consider voting early or absentee if possible. If you plan to vote at the polls, go early in the day to avoid the last-minute rush.
• Make sure your ID is valid and up to date.
North Dakota Secretary of State
League of Women Voters North Dakota
North Dakota Native Vote
ACLU of North Dakota
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