Bill Passes House To Shrink Number Of Early Voting Days In ND

(Bismarck, ND) — North Dakota lawmakers in the House are moving a bill forward that would bring down the number of early voting days. Early voting would last only nine business days, rather than the current 15 business days. Over 80-percent of the House approved the bill, with supporters saying it would decrease election worker costs. The measure moves on to the Senate.

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