If you live within a city that is holding a Municipal Election, you will need to appear in-person at your local election office to register to vote and receive a ballot. Learn more about how late registration works!
A United States citizen.
You must be 18 years or older.
A Montana resident for at least 30 days before the next election.
If you meet the qualifications, you can vote!
Click here to print off the form.
All required portions of the form must be completed. This form can update your address or sign you up for mail ballots.
Wet sign your registration form with a pen (no electronic signatures), then return it to your local election office. Click here for your county election office's contact information.
You'll receive confirmation by mail that your application was accepted in the form of a Voter Confirmation Card. The card will include your voting districts and polling place location. You can also confirm your registration online at www.MyVoterPageMT.com.
To register for an election less than 30 days away, you must provide your application in person at your county's designated "late registration" location.