BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — North Dakota Democrats are promising a glitch-free caucus next month. Party spokesman Alex Rohr says “no apps or devices” will be used like those at the caucus in Iowa, which had technical problems that delayed results.
North Dakota Democrats will use paper ballots that will be tabulated by a third-party vendor in Bismarck or Fargo.
Rohr says everyone qualified to vote in North Dakota may cast their ballot on March 10 at 14 locations statewide, or by a mail-in ballot beforehand.
North Dakota Republicans also are planning their caucuses March 10.
President Trump is the only candidate on the GOP ballot.