In North Dakota, you don't have to wait until Election Day to vote. You can skip Election Day lines and vote early at a time that's convenient for you.
Vote Early in Person
Voters in certain counties in North Dakota can vote in person before Election Day at designated early voting locations from September 23rd to Election Day. To find out if in person early voting is available in your county, contact your County Election Official's office.
Vote Early by Mail
You can also vote before Election Day by completing an absentee ballot and submitting it by mail.
First, complete the Absentee Voter's Ballot Application and return it to your County Election Official's office either by mail or in person. To ensure that you are able to receive, complete, and submit your absentee ballot on time, you are encouraged to return your Application as soon as possible
If mailed, your completed absentee ballot must be postmarked by prior to Election Day. Alternatively, you may deliver your completed absentee ballot in person to your County Election Official's office by prior to Election Day.