(Bismarck, ND) — North Dakota lawmakers are considering a bill that would require voters to provide proof of citizenship in order to receive a ballot. The proposal would require voters to provide their legal name, current address, and date of birth. They would also have to present a driver’s license, state or tribal ID, an unexpired U.S. passport, or a birth certificate. Current law doesn’t let election officials require a voter to provide citizenship proof to vote.
Bill Introduced To Require ND Voters To Prove Citizenship