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Mark Haugen has dropped out of the Congressional race, although his name may still be on your ballot. Cara Mund is running as a pro-choice independent. She doesn’t appear to be a climate hawk, but the incumbent promotes fossil fuels.
We’ve looked for climate hawks in North Dakota, but the best we can find are a handful of people who want to diversify the state’s resources. We also found a few, including US Senate candidate Katrina Christiansen, who promote false solutions such as biofuel and carbon capture.
Voting rules and registration
North Dakota does not make it easy to vote, and especially not to vote absentee or by mail. But, if you can meet the (many) requirements for voter ID, proof of residency, attestation, and demonstrate that you will be unable to vote in person on election day, you may do so. Click here for more on voting absentee or by mail. Voting early is also a challenge, but it’s easier than not voting – just remember to bring ID and look up your polling place and early vote office here.
There is, weirdly, no way to register to vote in North Dakota. But you can update your registration or demonstrate long term residency in order to vote (sort of the same thing). Click here for more on the challenging local rules.
Voting rules and regulations from the Secretary of State – remember your polling place or district may have changed this year!
LIST OF ALL RACES
Read this first. c/i/o = challenger, incumbent, or open seat. Pro-climate is defined inclusively as a candidate who supports climate action and the transition to clean energy. Pro-democracy is defined inclusively as a candidate who supports voting rights, access to voting, opposes gerrymandering, or even just has voter registration tools on their website. NFFM = did they sign the No Fossil Fuel Money pledge?