How Do I Register to Vote?
Voting is your constitutional right and registering to vote is easy!
- You must provide your Montana driver’s license or Montana ID number when you register. If you do not have a Montana driver’s license, you will need to provide the last 4 digits of your Social Security number. If you have neither number, you will need to provide another form of identification.
- You will need to provide a residence address or specific geographic location information from which your residence address may be determined. The residence address must be in the county in which you are registering.
- The deadline for regular registration is 30 days before any election. If you miss that deadline, you can still register and vote in the election by late registering at your county election office.
- Once you've registered, you'll get a voter confirmation notice from your county election office verifying your registration and telling you which precinct and which polling place you vote in.
Where Do I Vote?
- For primary (June) and general (November) elections, voters living in Boulder, Clancy, Montana City, Jefferson City and Whitehall will vote in their respective city.
- In Butte, voting takes place at the Civic Center.
- Voters living outside of the city limits who are unsure what precinct they are in should check with the Clerk & Recorder's Office to see where they should vote. They can be reached at 406-225-4020 in Jefferson County and 406-497-6344 in Butte-Silver Bow.
- For information on obtaining an absentee ballot or precinct information, please call the Clerk and Recorders Office at 406-225-4020 in Jefferson County and 406-497-6344 in Butte-Silver Bow.
Paid for by Edie McClafferty for Senate District #38 / Marty Foote Treasurer 1311 Stuart, Butte, Mt 59701