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Absentee ballots are being mailed out for the June 7 election

A mail ballot from the 2020 Montana primary elections.
Nicky Ouellet
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Yellowstone Public Radio
A mail ballot from the 2020 Montana primary elections.

Absentee ballots are being mailed out Friday ahead of the June 7 primary election.

Voters will receive ballots for each of the qualified political parties, but can only submit one party’s ballot. The winning nominees of each party will go head-to-head in the general election this fall.

Montanans can still register to vote — including on election day — after a judge in Yellowstone county temporarily blocked a law passed during the last legislative session that sought to end same-day voter registration.

To register to vote, visit your county election office to fill out or drop off a voter registration form. Be sure to bring an accepted ID, like a driver’s license or social security card.

Austin graduated from the University of Montana’s journalism program in May 2022. He came to MTPR as an evening newscast intern that summer, and jumped at the chance to join full-time as the station’s morning voice in Fall 2022.
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