Election News

Preliminary results for School and Special Purpose District Elections conducted by the County will be posted here after 8pm on May 2nd.

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The deadlines to register to vote or update your voter registration information for upcoming elections are as follows:

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Voter Information Pamphlet

With www.MyVoterPageMT.com you can:

  • Confirm your voter registration information

  • Check your voter status

  • Track your absentee ballot in Federal Elections

  • Locate your polling place

  • View your Federal Primary or Federal General sample ballot

Locate your Polling Place

Register to Vote - if it is less than 30 days before Election Day, you must appear in person at the elections office to register to vote.

Request an Absentee (Mail) Ballot

Information for Inactive Voters

Upcoming Election Dates

Year
Type
Date
2017School and Special District ElectionsMay 2nd
2017Federal Special Election for US RepMay 25th
2017Municipal PrimarySeptember 12th
2017Municipal GeneralNovember 7th

About the Elections Department

The Lewis & Clark County Elections Department administers federal, state, county and special district elections in Lewis & Clark County according to federal and state election laws. School elections are administered by the school district, with some assistance from the County Elections Department.

As a part of administering these elections, we maintain the voter registration files for approximately 42,000 registered voters in our 37 precincts. Voter Registration cards can be obtained online, at the elections office, and at certain government offices such as the driver's license bureau and public assistance offices. Voter registration cards must be submitted to our office in Rm 168 of the City-County Building, 316 N Park Ave.

For more information on voting in Lewis & Clark County, check our FAQs or Voter Information page. Can't find what you need? Contact us and we will be happy to assist you.