June 9, 2020 Primary Election
April 30, Absentee and Mail Balloting Begins
June 8, Absentee and Mail Ballot Submission Deadline
June 15, County Canvassing Board
November 3, 2020 General Election
Sept. 24, Absentee and Mail Balloting Begins
Nov. 2, Absentee and Mail Ballot Submission Deadline
Nov. 9, County Canvassing Board
No, North Dakota is the only state without voter registration. Therefore, no registration is required.
Yes, and you need to have resided in your precinct for at least thirty days before the election.
Yes, you need to to provide a valid form of identification such as a North Dakota driver’s license, nondriver ID, or tribal ID* that includes your current residential address and date of birth.
If your ID does not include your current address you can also bring:
(1) A current utility bill;
(2) A current bank statement;
(3) A check issued by a federal, state, or local government;
(4) A paycheck; or
(5) A document issued by a federal, state, or local government.
Click here for more information on acceptable forms of ID.
* A consent decree was issued by the ND Supreme Court regarding Tribal ID's. The Administrative Rules regarding ID will be updated:
Here is a list of Cass County voting precints.
Go to My Voting Information. After logging in use the dropdown menu for My Ballot for a list of ballot measures and candidates.
Want more? Go to Voting Basics For North Dakota.
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