ImageOn March 25th, Governor Steve Bullock announced that counties would have the option to move to an all-mail election for the June Primary. So, what does that mean for you?

  • If you are registered to vote at your current address, you’ll be receiving a ballot in your mailbox in May.
  • You’ll fill out your ballot and mail it back in — you don’t even have to pay for postage!
  • You can still register and vote in-person if you need to.


Click here to check your Voter Registration status!

We encourage everyone who is able to vote by mail. That said, we know It’s not always an option. If you need in-person services, you can go to your county’s election office. This will be the case leading up to and on Election Day. Traditional polling places will be closed on June 2nd, but your local election office will be open.


Not registered to vote at your current address?

Make sure you update your voter registration — especially if you’re currently living somewhere other than your residence temporarily due to COVID-19. Our friends at MontPIRG have made it so easy — use this form to request a postage-paid voter registration application.

Not sure if you’re registered to vote? Check here.


Dates to know:

  • May 4th – Ballots are available for early voting.
  • May 8th – Ballots are mailed to voters.
  • May 23rd – Deadline to register by mail. Voters will need to register in-person after that.

Thanks for being a voter! Don’t hesitate to reach out to us if you have any questions. To reach a staff member working from home, call or text (406) 417-0957.