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North Dakota non-driver photo ID events for voting happening in October

The photo ID cards will be issued for North Dakota residents who do not have a driver’s license or a tribal identification card.

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BISMARCK — The North Dakota Department of Transportation is partnering with the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa, the Standing Rock Sioux, the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation and the Spirit Lake Nation to provide non-driver photo identification cards that can be used for voting purposes.

The photo ID cards will be issued for North Dakota residents who do not have a driver’s license or a tribal identification card.

ID cards will be provided free to the public for individuals 18 and older.

NDDOT staff will obtain photos and documents at tribal locations and paperwork will be processed overnight, with ID cards mailed to residents.

ID events are scheduled from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the following dates:

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  • Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa: Oct. 11, Derrick Dixon Event Center, 1210 William Hardesty St., Belcourt
  • Standing Rock Sioux: Oct. 12, Sioux County Courthouse, 303 2nd Ave., Fort Yates.
  • MHA Nation: Oct. 17, Northern Lights Wellness Center, 710 East Ave., New Town.
  • Spirit Lake Nation: Oct. 19, the Blue Building, 816 3rd Ave. N., Fort Totten.

Documents required to receive an ID card include: a certified birth certificate; court issued name change if applies (certified marriage certificate, divorce decree, adoption order); Social Security card; proof of North Dakota resident physical address.
For questions about photo ID events, call NDDOT at 1-855-633-6835.

Related Topics: ELECTION 2022NORTH DAKOTA
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