Voter ID card Registration form
Out-of-State Voter Registration
If you are in the military and stationed outside of North Dakota, a dependent of military personnel, or a U.S. citizen who lives overseas, you can complete an absentee ballot application online or by mail.
To complete the application online, simply log onto the North Dakota Secretary of State (SOS) website.
You will need to enter:
Online applications will automatically be sent to your county auditor.
Alternatively, you can mail the Absentee/Mail Ballot Application by mail to your county auditor’s office.
Name or Address Change
If you change your name or address, be sure to update your ND driver’s license or ID card so that your polling place has the correct information.
You can change your name or address with the North Dakota Department of Transportation (DOT):
Completing the name or address change will update all information in the Central Voter File because DOT will send your updated information to the Secretary of State.
For more information, see our pages Changing Your Name in North Dakota and Changing Your Address in North Dakota.
Voter ID Laws
You will need to show identification when voting. Examples of acceptable forms of ID include:
For more information about getting a ND driver’s license, see our page Applying or a New License in North Dakota. If you are interested in getting a non-driver ID card, see Identification Cards in North Dakota for details.