2024 Elections


 Primary Election - June 11, 2024
 General  Election - November 5, 2024






Where Do I Vote?

To find your voting location click here.


Acceptable Forms of Identification

  • North Dakota Driver's License.
  • North Dakota Nondriver’s identification card.
  • Tribal Government issued identification (including those issued by BIA for a tribe located in North Dakota, any other tribal agency or entity, or any other document that sets forth the tribal member's name, date of birth, and current North Dakota residential address).
  • Long term care identification certificate (provided by ND Facility)


Click here to read more about requirements needed to Vote!

Voting Absentee or by Mail, Must Provide One of the Following Forms of ID

  • North Dakota form of identification list above
  • Passport or Military ID - Only for North Dakota residents living outside the United States who do not possess one of the other forms of identification.
  • Attester - An applicant living with a disability that prevents the individual from traveling away from the individual's home to obtain an acceptable form of identification may use an attester. The attester must provide his or her name, North Dakota driver's license, non-driver's, or tribal identification number, and sign the absentee/mail ballot application form to attest to the applicant's North Dakota residency and voting eligibility.


Absentee Ballot Information click here

Voters must return a completed and signed application to Morton County Auditor, 210 2nd Ave NW, Mandan ND, fax to 667-3380 or email: dawn.rhone@mortonnd.org

Upon receiving the completed and signed application, we will send a ballot.  Ballots must be returned to our office or postmarked no later than 5:00 p.m., June 10, 2024.

 An online application for an Absentee Ballot. click here


Printable application:

Absentee/Mail Ballot Application.  click here

Absentee/Mail Ballot Application - Agent Authorization.  click here


 Are you a US Citizen, at least 16 years of age, and a resident of Morton County?

 Our community needs people like you to work as a poll worker on Election Day.

 Click here to learn more about being a poll worker!


Statewide Information

Statewide Election Information can be found on the North Dakota Secretary of State’s website.