A larger than average turn-out is expected at polling places all across North Dakota as the day of the June primary election finally arrives.
Measures 2, 3, and 4 have generated much debate across the state dealing with property taxes, religious liberty, and the Fighting Sioux nickname and logo...
Toss in contested races for the GOP slot for the US House and Senate races and you've got a recipe for a busy day of voting.
Ward County auditor Devra Smestad says knowing that there will be plenty of interest in the vote means preparing for a general election ballot-wise to ensure they don't run out.
There is a change this election as to where you will vote in Minot.
17 polling sites have been knocked down to just four.
You see them listed here...she says the goal is to simplify it for voters and be able to handle more of them with fewer poll workers...
(Devra Smestad, Ward County Auditor) "Less workers involved, easier to know where to vote because we have Main and Central as the dividing lines so when they know they are in the NW or SW they know where to go and they aren't confused by all of the places that they can vote."
Again, here are the four polling sites.
And another note -- if you are currently in a FEMA trailer at the 55th site, you can vote either at your normal home location if you plan on moving back -- or at Nedrose school.
However if you vote at Nedrose, you would not get your Minot ballot that you would receive at your normal polling site.
Polls open tomorrow at seven in the morning.