Make your voice heard by heading to the polls on June 9 (primary election) or Nov. 3 (general election), or turning your absentee ballot into your local county auditor’s office before Election Day.

Find answers to most questions in our Know Your Rights Voting Guide for the state of North Dakota.

Real quick, here are a few of the most important things to know:

And don’t forget:

If you have a particular candidate you want to vote for, sign their nominating petition in order for them to make it to the ballot on Election Day.

Transgender and non-binary North Dakotans: Everyone deserves to be able to assert their fundamental right to vote without unnecessary and harmful barriers. Read our Know Your Rights guide before you trek to the polls.

Citizens with a criminal record: As long as you are not currently serving a sentence in jail or in prison, still on parole or probation or have outstanding restitution payments, you can register to vote and cast your ballot.  

Call the Nationwide Election Protection Hotline if you have any questions or issues voting at 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683). 

Make your voice heard in 2020. Know your rights and vote!