Voter Registration in North DakotaNorth Dakota bears the unique distinction of being the only state in the nation without voter registration.
The state deliberately maintains ultra-small precincts so that voters and voter election officials are pretty much on a first-name basis. Hence, if you're new to the state, make sure you hit the social circuit before the next election. Otherwise you may be denied your right to vote under the criteria of "looks like a stranger."
If you are challenged by an election official, you can "loophole" his or her suspicions by signing an affidavit that attests that you are a legitimate voter of the precinct. This will then grant you the green light to vote.
For more voting information you can contact North Dakota's Election Division either at its website or by calling (701) 328-4146.
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