North Dakota is the only state that does not have voter registration.
ID is required for Voting. According to NDCC 16.1-05.07 the identification must include your name, CURRENT Residential Address and date of birth. Click here for more information.
Non-driver's identification card
Tribal government issued identification card
Long-term care identification certificate (provided by ND facility)
Are you qualified to vote in North Dakota? Click here for more information.
If you are a Military or Overseas voter please see Absentee Ballot information below.
**In order to vote, you need NORTH DAKOTA IDENTIFICATION with your CURRENT Ramsey County address and your date of birth. **
In Person - For 2016, the only place to vote on Election Day in Ramsey County will be in the Ramsey County Memorial Building - 524 4th Avenue NE, Devils Lake ND. The polls will be open from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Vote by Mail/Absentee - Vote by Mail is an election where all ballots are cast as absentee. In North Dakota ‘absentee’ means the ballots are voted at home and returned to the county auditor’s office as early as 40 days before Election Day, but no later than the day before Election Day. All Ballots have to be returned the day before election or post marked the day before election.