Voting in the 2018 Midterm Election

   Here are three ways to vote in this election:

Vote early: In Montana, you can register to vote AND vote early, all in one visit! You can vote early by going to your County Election Office (8AM-5PM on weekdays — some counties have additional hours and locations, call or text our voter hotline for information at (866) 439-5008). You can vote early in-person whether you’re already registered or not!

Vote by mail: Absentee ballots are out! If you’ve signed up to receive one, you should have gotten it in the mail. If you haven’t already, call or text our hotline at (866) 439-5008 and we can look into it for you. You can mail it back in (don’t forget postage, and read carefully about whether you need one or two stamps!) or drop it off at your County Election Office (8AM-5PM on weekdays, some counties have additional hours and locations, call or text us for information (866) 439-5008). Don’t forget, your ballot has to be received by Election Day in order to count!

Vote on Election Day: Head to your polling place on November 6 to vote in person!
If you have any issues or questions about how, when, or where to vote, you can call or text the 24/7 Montana Voter Hotline at (866) 439-5008. They’re here to help!



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