Lawmakers in North Dakota are considering a number of bills which would change the state’s voting laws. One proposal would prohibit the governor from making changes to state elections under any circumstances. Another would shorten the window of early voting from 15 to seven days. And a third bill would require voters to submit separate applications to receive absentee ballots in the primary and general elections, instead of one application for both.Visit KFYR to learn more.  Voter Education Week Young adults will be the nation’s largest