10 days, 10 ways: Day 1: It's time to vote, Montana!
When it comes to getting things done on behalf of all Montanans, the Montana Democrats are hard at work. In case you missed it, here's what we have fought for and will always fight for.
Day 1: Voting
Your vote is a sacred right the Montana Democrats have always fought to protect and always will.
We have successfully fought off Republican attempts to suppress the vote by ending same-day voter registration and, when we elect Monica Lindeen as our next Secretary of State, we’ll fight for online voter registration to make sure Montanans have even more access.
Have you voted yet?
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If you’ve filled your ballot out, but haven’t yet mailed it in, you’ll need to drop them off at your local election headquarters or county election office.
If you still need to vote the Secretary of State web site will tell you where your polling place is located.
A few things to remember:
If you are standing in line to vote before 8 p.m., you are guaranteed the right to vote.
When voting at the polls, a current photo ID showing the elector's name; or a current utility bill, bank statement, paycheck, voter registration confirmation, government check or other government document showing the elector’s current name and current address must be presented.
You can register to vote on election day at your county election office. Find where your county elections office will be headquartered on election day.