North Dakota Voter ID Law

Screen shot 2018-10-10 at 5.03.24 PM_1539210104060.jpg.jpg
The U.S. Supreme court has refused to intervene in a challenge to a North Dakota voter ID law.
The decision could have an effect on the Native American population. 
The new Voter ID law requires a voter to show identification containing a current residential address.
A Native American group challenged the law, saying many living on reservations have no standard addresses.
After a federal district court agreed to block the new law, an appeals court and now the supreme court have ruled the law can be in effect for November’s election.
On Election day you’ll need a form of identification the shows your name, birth date and proof of current residence.
Most of you will have that on your North Dakota State ID.
But If you’ve moved you could bring a document that shows your new address.
Stuff like a utility bill, bank statement, or even paycheck will work it needs to show your name and the address.
The secretary of state’s office is working with tribal governments regarding ID options.

Copyright 2020 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

Latest Stories

More Local News

Recent Videos

Business Women

Tears Foundation

Surrey Volleyball

Tuesday, September 22nd, 2020 - KX Storm Team Forecast - Dave Holder

KX Storm Team Full Evening Forecast w/Tom Schrader 9/22

PD Investigation

CHi Gets UV Sterilizer

Tribal college grants

Bridge Money

Distance Learning

Winter coat drive

Amber's Tuesday morning #OneMinuteForecast 9/22

Minot Commission on Aging keeps on going

Soup kitchen able to stay open

Remembering a local inspiration

Tuesday's Forecast: We welcome fall with the 80s

Family traditions during the pandemic


Kidder County Volleyball

Minot City Council Limits Flag Raising

More Video

KX News Trending Stories

Don't Miss

More Don't Miss