Early voting in N.D. hits 32,000 as of today

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Nearly 32,000 early voting ballots in North Dakota have been received to date for the upcoming November 6th election, according to the North Dakota Secretary of State’s website.

The absentee and vote-by-mail ballots that have come in represent 42 percent of all the early voting ballots sent out.

In Burleigh and Morton counties, just under 8,000 early voting ballots have been received. About 40 percent of the Burleigh County ballots have been received, while 27 percent of the Morton County early ballots have come in.

In Ward County, 1,700 ballots have been received, or about 44 percent of all the early ballots sent out.

In Williams County, about 1,300 ballots have been received, representing 47 percent of the ballots sent out.

In Stark County, about 800 ballots have been received to date, or about half of all the early voting ballots sent out to county residents.

You can view more information on early voting in North Dakota at the Secretary of State’s election web page here.

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