September 29, 2020

Are you ready to vote?

By Ashleigh Plemper
Farmer Staff Writer

Right about now, McKenzie County residents should be receiving an envelope containing mail-in/absentee ballots after packets were mailed last week for registered voters planning to take part in the upcoming election to be held on Nov. 3.
“The process for voters on Nov. 3 will be identical to the voting process from the November 2018 election,” says Erica Johnsrud, McKenzie County auditor/treasurer.
In addition to mail ballots, Johnsrud says that unlike during the June Primary Election, county voters will have the option to vote in person in November.
“We will also have three polling locations within the county where anyone can go and cast their ballot in person,” says Johnsrud.
The three locations include the Watford City Civic Center, the Cartwright Hall and the Mandaree Community Center, Johnsrud says.
“Many people, who are in the county’s system as an active voter, received a ballot application in the mail from me,” says Johnsrud.

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