June 8, 2022

Voters Head To The Polls On Tuesday

Voters in Mountrail County will head to the polls on Tuesday, June 14 to vote in the Primary and city elections. Stanley School board will also have their election that day. Candidates from the Primary Election will continue on to the November General Election, while the City and School election results will be final. In addition, there are measures that will be decided in this primary election at the city levels. As voters head to the polls, they will have the option to vote at any of the polling locations when it comes to national, state, county or local elections. Mountrail County will be using polling centers this year with poll workers having all of the ballots, including those for the individual cities. This year’s ballots have the city elections included, meaning there will not be separate paper ballots for the smaller cities this year. Voters will still need to go to the proper designated location, though, to vote in school board elections. As long as a voter is a Mountrail County resident and has the proper identification, they will be allowed to vote at any center. A North Dakota driver licenses, nondriver ID card, Tribal government issued ID document and long term care identification certificate are the primary methods of identification that are used when voting. Other supplemental address documents can be brought to the voting facility and used for proof of your new address including a current utility bill; a current bank statement; a check issued by a federal, state, local or tribal government (including those issued by BIA for a tribe located in North Dakota, any other tribal agency or entity, or any other document that sets forth the tribal member’s name, date of birth, and current