MINOT, N.D. — North Dakota is currently the only state in the union without voter registration.
Folks, it’s time for that to change.
Our June primary, conducted entirely by mail because of the pandemic, went off without a hitch. That system has been in place for a while and was already used extensively in some jurisdictions. For 2020, it only needed to be scaled up for the entire state.
But that statewide balloting by mail exposed some problems, most of them related to our state’s use of driver’s license data for voting.