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June Election

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JUNE 9, 2020 PRIMARY ELECTION

IMPORTANT! DUE TO COVID-19
THIS ELECTION WILL BE VOTE BY MAIL ONLY

HOW IT WORKS:

1.RECEIVE AN APPLICATION IN THE MAIL.

2.FILL OUT THE APPLICATION

3.RETURN TO COUNTY AUDITOR'S OFFICE BY MAIL.

4.RECEIVE YOUR BALLOT

5.VOTE

6.RETURN BY MAIL (POST MARKED BY JUNE 8TH) OR BY SECURE BALLOT -DROP BOX AT THE COUNTY AUDITOR'S OFFICE BY 4 PM ON JUNE 9, 2020.

Governor Doug Burgum signed Executive Order 2020-13 on March 26, 2020 strongly encouraging counties to use Vote by Mail for the June 9, 2020 election. The executive order suspends the requirement for counties to have at least one physical polling location. In response, every county has decided to administer the primary election by Vote by Mail only. Reservation counties have worked with tribal governments in their county to secure agreements to support Vote by Mail. This means no polling locations will be open for the primary election and all ballots will be issued through the mail.

All eligible voters will be receiving an application in the mail from the North Dakota Secretary of State’s Office. If you do not receive an application by May 11th, contact your county auditor. The voter will complete their application and mail it to the county auditor using a postage-paid envelope. Once the auditor’s office receives the application and verifies the information is filled in correctly and has been signed, a ballot will be sent.

Voters can return their ballots by mail to the county audior's office or deposit the ballot at a secure mail ballot drop box location. Each county will have a secure ballot drop box; contact the county auditor regarding the location. Voted ballots need to be returned by mail by June 8th or at the secure drop box by 4 p.m. on June 9th, primary election day.

An Express Vote assistive voting device will be available for voters needing assistance with their ballot. Contact your county auditor to make an appointment, as most county courthouse have restricted public access.