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WEST FARGO IS GROWING RAPIDLY: West Fargo Public Schools is the fastest growing district in the state with over 13,000 students and is running out of space to educate kids. We need to ensure the Hawks area around Horace has enough space to educate all learners by expanding the middle and high school and planning for another elementary.

SAFETY AND SECURITY ENHANCEMENTS: Security remains a top priority for our community - over $2 million is included for enhanced security measures like lockdown doors, increased security cameras, and better fire sprinkler systems. 

NO SCHOOL IS LEFT OUT: Every school in the district benefits, whether through expansions, improved security, enhanced special education spaces, and/or upgraded learning spaces. 

SPECIAL EDUCATION: The district needs to expand the programming for preschool students with special needs and would build an expansion in the Mustang area to provide more space and reduce the distance students need to travel. This is in addition to improvements for special education in all district schools, improving spaces to make them safer and better for learning. 

VETERANS MEMORIAL ARENA EXPANSION: A new sheet of ice costs over $17 million. If the referendum is approved in September, the district could partner with West Fargo Youth Hockey and the WF Parks District and only need to spend $5 million. We can save millions for district taxpayers while ensuring each high school has access to a sheet of ice!


Open 7am-7pm on September 26th

Westside Elementary School
945 7th Aveneue West, West Fargo, ND

Lutheran Church of the Cross
1402 16th Street East, West Fargo, ND

Rustad Recreation Center
601 26th Avenue East, West Fargo, ND


Triumph West Church

3745 Sheyenne Street, West Fargo, ND

Horace Lutheran Church
650 1st Street North, Horace, ND

Harwood Community Center

210 Freedland Drive, Harwood, ND


Absentee ballot applications may be:


- Picked up at the County Auditor’s Office (211 9th St S, Fargo)

- Completed online using the Secretary of State’s website (request ballot below)

- Requested by calling the County Auditor’s Office at (701) 241-5600

Absentee ballots must be postmarked or delivered by the timeframe provided by the County Auditor. The Cass County Courthouse office hours are 8:00AM – 5:00PM, Monday through Friday.

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