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The following is just part of the chapter of the law. For the full chapter see http://www.legis.nd.gov/general-information/north-dakota-century-code
15.1-07-14. Qualified elector.1. An individual who is a qualified elector of this state may:a. Vote to elect board members for the school district in which the individual resides;b. Serve as a board member for the school district in which the individual resides;andc. Serve as a judge or clerk of election for the school district in which the individualresides.2. For the purposes of elections held under this chapter, an individual residing on amilitary installation is deemed to be a resident of a school district if the school districtadmits students from the military installation pursuant to a contract and receivesimpact aid pursuant to Public Law No. 81-874 [64 Stat. 1100; 20 U.S.C. 236 et seq.],as amended.
16.1-01-04. Qualifications of electors - Voting requirements.1. Every citizen of the United States who is eighteen years or older; a resident of thisstate; and has resided in the precinct at least thirty days next preceding any election,except as otherwise provided in regard to residency in chapter 16.1-14, is a qualifiedelector.2. For the purposes of this title, every qualified elector may have only one residence,shown by an actual fixed permanent dwelling, establishment, or any other abode.3. Except as otherwise provided in this section, an individual's residence must bedetermined in accordance with the rules for determining residency as provided insection 54-01-26.
54-01-26. Residence - Rules for determining.Every person has in law a residence. In determining the place of residence, the followingrules must be observed:1. It is the place where one remains when not called elsewhere for labor or other specialor temporary purpose and to which the person returns in seasons of repose.2. There can be only one residence.3. A residence cannot be lost until another is gained.4. The residence of the supporting parent during the supporting parent's life, and after thesupporting parent's death, the residence of the other parent is the residence of theunmarried minor children.5. An individual's residence does not automatically change upon marriage, but changesin accordance with subsection 7. The residence of either party to a marriage is notpresumptive evidence of the other party's residence.6. The residence of an unmarried minor who has a parent living cannot be changed byeither that minor's own act or that of that minor's guardian.7. The residence can be changed only by the union of act and intent.