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An individual requesting an absentee ballot on the day of the election due to an emergency must do so through an agent. An agent may represent only one individual. The absentee ballot must be returned to the county auditor's office by four p.m. on the day of the election.
FROM THE ND BOARD OF ELECTIONS WEBSITE
16.1-07-05. Time for applying for ballot -
Emergency situations - Sufficient time for application and ballot return.
1. At any time in an election year, any qualified elector may apply to the county auditor, the auditor or clerk of the city, or the business manager of the school district, as the case may be, by personal delivery, facsimile, electronic mail or otherwise, for an official ballot to be voted at that election. A voter may obtain an application form approved by the secretary of state, for an absent voter's ballot for a general, special, primary, county, city, or school election from the secretary of state, a county or city auditor, a candidate, a political party, or a political committee. The application form must include a space for the applicant to indicate whether the application is for all statewide elections in the calendar year or only for the election that is immediately after the date of the application.
2. No auditor or clerk may issue ballots for absentee voters on the day of the election except to individuals prevented from voting in person on the day of the election due to an emergency. An individual requesting an absentee ballot on the day of the election due to an emergency must do so through an agent as set forth in this chapter. An agent may represent only one individual. The absentee ballot must be returned to the county auditor's office by four p.m. on the day of the election.
16.1-07-07. Delivering application form for ballot. The officers specified in section 16.1-07-05, upon request, shall mail an application form for an absent voter's ballot to the voter or may deliver the application form to the voter upon a personal application made at the officer's office. The officers may also make available or distribute the applications, prescribed by the secretary of state, to the public without any specific request being made for the applications.
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3. A completed application must be submitted to the appropriate election official in a timely manner so as to allow the applicant to receive, complete, and mail the absent voter's ballot before the day of the election.
NORTH Dakota STATE LAW
N.D. Cent. Code, § 16.1-07-05
In case of an emergency, a voter can request an absentee ballot through an agent on Election Day.