north dakota doesn't have voter registration! to qualify to vote you must be:
•A citizen of the United States;
• Eighteen years or older on the day of election;
• A resident of North Dakota; and
• A resident who has resided in the precinct at least thirty days immediately preceding any election; and
• Able 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;
•or you complete a Voter’s Affidavit on which you attest to your qualifications as a voter.
By Mail: N/A
In Person: N/A
voter information portal
how to vote
election day voting
To vote you must show identification.
acceptable forms of I.D.
Military or other Government ID,
Student or Job ID,
Store Membership Card,
United States Passport,
Government check or document,
Non-photo driver's license,
or any other official document
who is eligible?
an active duty member of the Uniformed Services or Merchant Marine;
an eligible spouse or family member of an active duty member of the Uniformed Services or Merchant Marine; or
a U.S. citizen residing outside the U.S.
HOW DO I REGISTER & VOTE?
The military voter form acts acts as both a registration and a vote by mail request.
You can also use the FVAP's online assistant to electronically fill out the form to then print and mail.
*note: you need a printer to use this service.
HOW DO I SUBMIT MY FORM?
After completing and signing you may submit your FPCA to your county clerk's office by: