COVID-19 Advisory: Montana is conducting its June 2 primary entirely by mail. On May 20, the Yellowstone district court temporarily blocked a state law that restricted the ability of indigenous people to vote, particularly ballot collection activities. A further hearing will be held on May 29, so for now ballot collection is permitted.
Who is eligible to request an absentee ballot and vote by mail?
Any registered Montana voter can request an absentee ballot. No excuse is required.
Do you need to submit ID with your absentee ballot request?
No. Unless you are a first-time voter – see Voter Registration section above.
Do you need to submit ID with your ballot?
No, but the signature on your mail ballot must match your voter registration signature.
Last update: April 15, 2020