Voters in North Dakota must show ID when they vote in person.
If you do not present an acceptable ID at the polling place, your ballot will be set aside. You must take additional steps in order for your ballot to be counted.
In order for your ballot to be counted:
- you must return with a valid ID to the polling place before the polls close on Election Day
- you must show a valid ID to the office of your area’s elections administrator before the meeting of the canvassing board on the thirteenth day after the election.
If your North Dakota Driver’s License or non-driver’s ID card lists you as a non-citizen but since getting it you have become a citizen, you may vote a set aside ballot and then return and show an updated ID card that no longer lists you as a non-citizen.