Precincts and Polling Locations

As many of you are aware, effective with Primary Election 2022, the precincts in McLean County have been reorganized and renamed. The following are precincts, polling locations, and polling hours for the 2022 elections as approved by the McLean County Board of Commissioners. 

Precinct Number/Name Polling Hours Polling Site
280801 - Legislative District 8 - McLean County

7:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M.

Vote BY Mail PRIOR to Election Day

OR

Voting Centers throughout the County on Election Day

280401 - Legislative District 4B - McLean County Less 280402 7:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M.

Vote BY Mail PRIOR to Election Day

OR

Voting Centers throughout the County on Election Day

280402 - Legislative District 4A - McLean County - Fort Berthold Reservation 7:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M.

Vote BY Mail PRIOR to Election Day

OR

White Shield Community Center on Election Day

OR

Voting Centers throughout the County on Election Day

280601 - Legislative District 6 - McLean County - South McLean Soil Conservation District 7:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M.

Vote BY Mail PRIOR to Election Day

OR

Voting Centers throughout the County on Election Day

280602 - Legislative District 6 - McLean County - West McLean Soil Conservation District 7:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M.

Vote BY Mail PRIOR to Election Day

OR

Voting Centers throughout the County on Election Day

283301- Legislative District 33 - McLean County

7:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M.

Vote BY Mail PRIOR to Election Day

OR

Voting Centers throughout the County on Election Day

McLean County Voting Center Locations 

Garrison City Auditorium, 15 Main Street South, Garrison, ND

Turtle Lake American Legion Auditorium, 23 Second Avenue East, Turtle Lake, ND

Washburn Memorial Hall, 805 Main Avenue, Washburn, ND

Precinct 280402 Polling Place Location 

White Shield Community Center, 1501 South Main Street, White Shield, ND

 

Vote By Mail Elections will continue in McLean County in 2022. Each voter will receive a mail ballot application in the mail in late April for the Primary Election and in late September for the General Election. This application when completed and signed by the voter, and  returned to the Auditor's Office, will result in the voter's ballot being mailed to the voter at the mailing address specified in the centralized voter database.

If you have questions about the Vote By Mail process, contact the Auditor's Office at (701) 462-8541. If you are unsure which precinct you reside in, click here or feel free to contact the Auditor's office at (701) 462-8541. Please have your street address available when you call.