This year’s school board election in Great Falls will NOT be an all-mail ballot election. That means if you’re registered as an absentee voter, you will still receive your ballot in the mail. If you’re not registered as a permanent absentee voter, you will need to either pick up your ballot from the county elections office before May 1st OR vote in-person at the fairgrounds – Exhibition Hall at the Montana Expo Park on election day! To check your voter registration status visit the My Voter Page at app.mt.gov/voterinfo/
Election Day is Tuesday, May 2!
- April 17th: Absentee ballots are mailed out. If you don’t receive your ballot by April 21st, check in with your county elections office.
- April 12 – April 28th: If you are a poll voter, you can pick up your ballot at the county elections office located @ 325 2nd Ave North in Room #100 between 7:30am – 5pm.
- May 1 @ 12 PM: Final late voter registration deadline. After April 3, voter registration forms must be submitted in person at your county elections office. Late voter registration closes at 12PM on May 1. You can still register and vote in-person through 8pm on Election Day May 2 at Exhibition Hall at Montana Expo Park @ 400 3rd St NW, Great Falls, MT.
- May 2 @ 8 PM: All ballots must be received by your county election office. Turn in your ballot to your local county elections office, drop it off at a drop box, or mail your ballot by April 25 (i.e., 7 days before the election) to ensure it is received on time. If you vote in-person you will cast your ballot May 2nd at Exhibition Hall at the Montana Expo Park @ 400 3rd St NW, Great Falls, MT.
To check your voter registration or ballot status, visit the My Voter Page at app.mt.gov/voterinfo/. You can also check this page to verify if your ballot has been accepted, or was denied by the county elections office.