Governor Steve Bullock announced on March 25th that counties would have the option to move to an all mail election for the June Primary. Wondering what that means for you? It means if you’re a registered voter, you’ll be receiving a ballot in your mailbox come June. You’ll fill out your ballot and mail it back in — you don’t even have to pay for postage!

Not registered to vote at your current address? YIKES. Make sure you update your voter registration — especially if you’re a college student currently living somewhere else temporarily (like back home with your family) due to COVID-19. Our friends at MontPIRG have made it so easy — use this form to request a postage paid voter registration application. Not sure if you’re registered to vote? Check here or slide into our DM’s

Still looking to exercise your civic duty at a polling location and vote in person this June? You still can (although it’s WAY easier to vote earlier by mail but #YouDoYou). Just make sure you’re using social distancing guidelines to reduce the spread of COVID-19.