By inputting a few simple pieces of information about where you live, you can access information on voting. Use the button below to use the My Voting Information Portal to find information on:My Voting Information Portal Button

  • Polling Location – hours, address, mapping information
  • Ballot – view a sample ballot and review ballot contests
  • Election Districts – find out what district you are located in
  • County Auditor – discover your local election official

Learn more about the ways you can vote in North Dakota (in person, absentee, etc.) at How Do I Vote?

Helpful Hint: Polling locations are the busiest in the morning and early evening. The best time to vote to avoid lines is mid-morning or mid-afternoon.


Finding Your Polling Location

Polling locations during the Primary and General election are determined by your local board of county commissioners.

  • Precincts are used to help divide geographical areas into smaller sizes to accommodate voting needs in your county. 
  • Your precinct is determined by your residential address and ensures you receive a ballot to elect those that represent you where you live. 
  • A polling location may be for a single precinct or may include multiple or all precincts based on county need. For a listing of polling locations by county visit County Polling Locations. Maps specifically for tribal area precincts can be found in Voter Resources.

Find information about where you vote.

My Voting Information Portal Button

Elections at Other Times

Special Elections  |  School Board Elections  |  Township Elections

Elections not held at a jurisdictions regularly scheduled election are special elections and polling locations are determined by the jurisdiction holding the election – school board, city commission, etc. Reach out to the jurisdiction holding the election for polling site information in the case of a special election.