What ID is required to vote in North Dakota? VoteRiders has all the information eligible voters need, and free assistance obtaining your North Dakota voter ID. North Dakota is the only state that does not require voter registration in advance. Instead, voters provide proof of their identity and residency on Election Day at their polling place. If you have any questions about voter ID in North Dakota, or need help designating a residential street address, replacing your expired ID cards, obtaining the documents needed to secure your ID, or correcting errors in your birth certificate, please call or text VoteRiders’ Voter ID Helpline: 844-338-8743.
Concise guide to voter ID rules in North Dakota. Updated as of 10/10/2018.
Voting in-person requires a North Dakota:
- Current driver’s license or non-driver's ID card
- Tribal government-issued ID
- Long-term care certificate (provided by ND facility)
Identification must include the voter's:
- Current residential address
- Date of birth
In addition to your ID, you can supplement any missing or outdated voter info with:
- Current utility bill
- Current bank statement
- Document or check issued by a federal, state, or local government