Early Voting Locations

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Downloadable Documents:

Voting Toolkit – for quick reference on ways to vote. This document is great for sharing and can be distributed as needed.

● Absentee Ballot Application – Request an absentee ballot by downloading the application and submitting to your county auditor.

NOTE: Not all counties offer early in-person voting

Some counties in North Dakota will have early voting in-person polling locations. Early voting allows eligible voters to cast their ballot in person at a polling place prior to an election. A voter does not have to provide an excuse for being unable to vote on election day.

Note, due to COVID-19 North Dakota will have fewer polling locations open on election day. Early voting, in the counties that participate, allows voters the ability to vote in-person while offering the opportunity to keep socially distanced as much as possible.

When you arrive make sure to have your state issued ID or other acceptable identification.

Oct. 19

Early voting begins in Cass, Stark, and Stutsman counties.
Dates and hours vary. Find locations in the ‘Early Voting Available Counties’ tab.

Oct. 21

Early voting begins in Burleigh and Morton counties.
Dates and hours vary. Find locations in the ‘Early Voting Available Counties’ tab.

Oct. 22, 24, 27, 29

Early voting in Rolette county.
Single days. Hours vary.
Find locations in the ‘Early Voting Available Counties’ tab.

Oct. 26

Early voting begins in Grand Forks, Mercer, and Ward counties.
Additional Early Voting location added in Cass county.
Dates and hours vary. Find locations in the ‘Early Voting Available Counties’ tab.

Oct. 31

Early voting in Sioux county.
Single day. Find locations in the ‘Early Voting Available Counties’ tab.

If you will be voting in-person at your polling place, please review the CDC’s Recommendations on Protecting Yourself and Your Family.

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