It's election day in North Dakota. Here you can vote in Cass County – InForum

FARGO – Voters in Cass County can go to the polls on Tuesday, June 11, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. to vote in their local primary election.

Voters in Cass County can find out the approximate wait time for specific polling locations at

Voters must present a valid form of identification that includes their name, current address and date of birth when voting. Valid forms of identification include a North Dakota driver's license, non-driver's identification card, tribal government-issued identification card or nursing card.

Early voting ended Friday, with 4,263 people voting in Cass County and 11,653 statewide, according to figures released Monday afternoon by the North Dakota Department of State.

In Cass County, 1,615 of 2,404 absentee ballots were returned as of Monday, according to the Secretary of State's Office. Statewide, 32,695 of 42,530 absentee ballots were returned as of Monday.

Voters in Cass County may cast their ballot at any polling place in the county.

Polling places in Fargo and West Fargo for the primary election on Tuesday, June 11, 2024.

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  • Lutheran Church of Atonement4601 S. University Drive.
  • United Methodist Church4575 45th Street S.
  • Cass County Courthouse211 Ninth St. S.
  • Shrine of El Zagal1429 Third St. N.
  • Fargo Civic Center207 Fourth St. N.
  • Fargo Dome1800 N. University Drive.
  • Northview Church3401 25th Street S.
  • Olivet Church1330 S. University Drive.
  • Ramada3333 13th Ave. p.
  • Scheel's Arena5225 31st Ave. p.
  • Double tree825 E. Beaton Drive.
  • Hartl Ag Building1805 Main Ave. W.
  • Hulbert Aquatic Center620 Seventh Avenue E.
  • Triumph West Church3745 Sheyenne St. S.
  • Arthur Community Hall550 Main Street, Arthur.
  • Best Western Plus Casselton Hotel2050 Governors Drive, Casselton.
  • Harwood Community Hall210 Freedland Drive, Harwood.
  • Horace Senior Center214 Thue Court, Horace.
  • Kindred Town Hall31 Fifth Ave. N., relatives.
  • Tower City Community Center507 Broadway St., Tower City.

For more information about voting, visit the Forum’s voting resources page.

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