Your Vote Counts!

As Americans, we enjoy the right to vote and choose our representatives. Exercise your right this November by voting! Voting gives you a chance to select who will make the decisions that will affect you and your family.

Registering to vote is easy, and there are several options available:

  • Visit your county election office.
  • Fill and out and sign a voter registration card. Drop it off at the county election office or mail it to the county election administrator. In Cascade County, this address is Box 2305, Great Falls, MT 59403.
  • Fill out and sign a registration card at the Motor Vehicle Department when you apply for or renew your driver’s license.
  • If necessary, obtain an absentee ballot.

Along with a registration card, you will also need to provide your Montana driver’s license or ID number and residence address. The deadline for regular registration is 30 days before the election; this year the deadline for the November election is October 7. Late registration is also available; visit the county election office for more information.

For more details on voting and voter registration, visit the Montana Secretary of State’s Voter Information page or the Cascade County Elections Office page.

Be an educated voter! Find out more about the candidates running for office and their stances on the issues that are important to you. Project Vote Smart is a non-partisan, Montana-based organization that aims to educate voters on the candidates and issues. Visit www.votesmart.org to learn more.