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Check out The Forum's voter guide to compare candidates and prepare your ballot

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FARGO -- Wondering where the local and statewide candidates up for election Nov. 8 stand on the issues? Check out The Forum's voter guide to compare them and make your decisions before you vote.

Fargo-Moorhead residents can see every contested race that will appear on their ballots, based on their address, and compare candidates' answers to issue questions.

CLICK HERE TO ENTER GUIDE

To see where you can cast your ballot is, check out the links below. 

Click here  to see the polling locations in Moorhead and Clay County. (Some polling sites for Moorhead and Clay County were incorrect in the maps published in The Forum on Monday.)

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Click here  to see the polling locations in Fargo.

Click here  to see the polling locations across Cass County. 

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