Some vote at bowling alley, bar in North DakotaMANDAN, N.D. (AP) — North Dakotans were casting votes Tuesday at schools, churches, community centers and fire halls across the state.
MANDAN, N.D. (AP) — North Dakotans were casting votes Tuesday at schools, churches, community centers and fire halls across the state.
In Mandan, the Kingpin Lounge at the Midway Lanes is transformed into a polling place on Election Day.
Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Heidi Heitkamp voted with her 22-year-old son, Nathan, at the bowling alley on Tuesday.
Heitkamp says she's been voting at the bowling alley for years and doesn't think it's odd. She says the facility provides "a nice big space" for voting.
Ninety-four-year-old Sol Wezelman walked several blocks to the state Capitol to cast his vote for Rick Berg, Heitkamp's opponent.
The retired insurance agent says he's been voting at the Capitol for 62 years.
Secretary of State Al Jaeger says there are 278 polling places in the state.