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Yes. Montana law, in combination with the Help America Vote Act, provides alternative options for a person without the required forms of identification to cast their vote. Here is how it works:
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Find your polling place by visiting the Polling Places map website.
All voters will be required to show one form of identification at the polls on Election Day. Acceptable forms of identification are:
State-issued ID, federal-issued ID, tribal ID, student ID, and military ID.
You may request an application for an absentee ballot by mail, phone, or in person and you may mail the completed application directly to the election administrator or deliver it in person to the election administrator at :106 Fourth Avenue EPolson, MT 59860
After the close of regular registration, 30 days prior to an election, absentee ballots may be requested in person at the Election Office. Or, current registered voters may submit a request for an absentee ballot for mailing by submitting an Absentee Request in person or via mail.
If you made a mistake on your absentee/mail ballot or on the ballot you received at your polling place, our office urges you to request a new one to ensure your vote is counted.