Ballot Drop Box Now Available at County Courthouse
Cass County Government has provided a secure ballot drop box located in front of the County Courthouse where ballots can be deposited 24 hours a day, 7 days a week until 4:00 p.m. on Election Day, it will be locked at that time so no more ballots can be deposited. Ballots must be in the return envelope provided with the ballot and the return envelope must be signed by the voter.
If voters are mailing ballots in, it must be postmarked by June 8th or earlier. Voters should be careful if they mail the ballots on June 8th, make sure the Post Office postmarks them that day.
County Commissions in all 53 counties have authorized Vote by Mail for the election as a measure to reduce the public’s risk of exposure to COVID-19.
Governor Doug Burgum signed Executive Order 2020-13 on March 26, 2020 strongly encouraging counties to use Vote by Mail for the June 9, 2020 election. The Executive Order suspends the requirement for counties to have at least one physical polling location. Decisions in each of North Dakota’s 53 counties established that all voting will be done through the mail for this election. There will be no polling places for the June 9 election.