Voter Resources

Our voting system is governed by laws, created by the people we elect. If you’re tempted to be confused by something you saw in the news, remember the best voting and election resources are our own government officials.

Here we’ve created an index to help you find the answers to your questions from reliable sources, including how to register to vote, how to cast your vote, Democratic Party candidates and more.

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FAQ

You can check your voter registration status at https://app.mt.gov/voterinfo/

Here, you can check your registration status, registration address, location of your local office and more

As of August 11, the Montana Secretary of State approved the Yellowstone County Elections Office mail ballot election plan.

Details are available at https://www.co.yellowstone.mt.gov/elections/

In Person Early Voting Begins (Election Office) - Friday, October 2nd

Close of Registration : Monday, October 26th

Start of Late Voter Registration (In Person Only): Tuesday, October 27th

Ballots Mailed: Friday, October 9th

^All-Mail Ballot - Ballots mailed to all active and provisional voters

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