North Dakota's Primary Election takes places today

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WDAY RADIO -- Today is Primary Election day in North Dakota.

To vote in North Dakota, you must be a U.S. citizen and North Dakota resident, be at least 18 years old, and be a resident in your precinct for at least 30 days prior to an election. The state does not require pre-registration, but does require you to show identification that proves your legal name, residence, and date of birth. 

Residents will vote on a wide variety of possible candidates. This includes the U.S. House and Senate races, GOP and DEM-NPL candidates for the November General Election, and a series of local and county elections across the state. You can find your polling place by clicking here.

If you are a Cass County Resident, you can find more information about the length of lines expected at each polling place by clicking here