Voter Registration

Montana Voter Registration Forms

Check your voter registration at My Voter Page Montana or on My Voter Page Montana Smartphone App.

If you have questions about your voter registration, contact your County Election Administrator or contact Montana Secretary of State Elections Help Desk online or by phone at (406) 444‐9608.

Montana IDs Needed to Vote from Voteriders.org

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Montana Voting Requirements

Basic Requirements

ID needed to Register

ID needed to Vote

US Citizen

18 years or older, on Election Day

Montana resident for at least 30 days, on Election Day

Not imprisoned on a felony conviction

Not declared mentally unsound by a court

Montana Driver’s License number or

Montana ID number or

Last 4 digits of Social Security Number or

Copy of a photo ID, showing name, or

Acceptable ID that shows name and current address, such as:

  • Current utility bill or
  • Bank statement or
  • Paycheck stub or
  • Government check or
  • Other government document that shows your name and current address

Photo ID showing name or

Current utility bill or

Bank statement or

Paycheck stub or

Voter confirmation card or

Government check or

Other government document that shows your name and current address

If you do not have any of the above items, you can vote after requesting and filling out a “Polling Place

Elector ID” form

Or, you can vote a provisional ballot and provide one of the items above to the county election office by 5:00 pm the day after the election, or mail it to the county election office, postmarked by the day after the election.

Specific Situations

New Voters

Fill out a new voter registration form.

Homeless

Fill out a new voter registration.

List the address of a shelter, or a detailed description of where you usually park your car or where you camp in the “address where you live” section. This identifies your voting precinct and district. If you receive mail, list that address as your “mailing address. “

Felons

You may vote, if you are not currently in prison on a felony conviction.

Address Change within a Montana County

Fill out a new voter registration form. You must list a physical address, not a PO Box. Alternatively, you can vote at your polling place using your old address once, and then update your address after the election at your county courthouse Election Administrator’s Office.

Address Change from another Montana County

Fill out a new voter registration form. You must list a physical address, not a PO Box.

Inactive Voters, who missed last primary and general elections

Notify your county election office by phone or by mail that your voter registration information is current or

Appear at the polling place where you are currently registered and confirm your current voter registration information or

Appear at your current polling place and update your voter registration information by filling out a voter registration form or

Request an absentee ballot for any election or

Provide a new or updated voter registration form to your county election office.

Cancelled Voters, who missed last 2 general elections

Fill out a new voter registration.

Absentee or Mail Ballots

If you are registered to vote, sign up on Application for Absentee Ballot form, https://sosmt.gov/Elections/Absentee/.

If you are registering to vote, check the Absentee Ballot box on the Voter registration form.

You can make a one‐time request for an absentee ballot or request an absentee ballot for all elections.

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