Yes. Any registered voter may vote by absentee ballot in the state of North Dakota. Absentee ballots are available forty (40) days prior to an election. You can print out an absentee ballot application online through the website of the North Dakota Secretary of State’s office, and mail or deliver it to your county election administrator / auditor’s office. You can also complete an absentee ballot application in person at your county auditor’s office. An application for an absentee ballot must be personally delivered to the county auditor’s office no later than the day before Election Day. If you mail in your absentee ballot, your ballot must be postmarked no later than the day before Election Day. In addition to voting by absentee ballot, registered voters in some North Dakota counties can vote early at certain designated locations, beginning fifteen (15) days prior to the election.
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