North Dakota doesn't have voter registration, but the state has required voters to provide ID since 2004. The state accepts a driver's license as identification or ID cards issued by the state, long-term care facilities or North Dakota's tribes. The law required that all must have a birth date and valid street address.
Voters without proper ID could may cast "set-aside" ballots until their eligibility is proven. The voter has up to six days, when election results are canvassed.
[Secretary of State Al] Jaeger said ballots marked by tribal members may now be verified by a tribe in conjunction with a local election board.
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