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Election sign in a Montana polling place
Josh Burnham

Corin Cates-Carney visited the Lewis and Clark County Fairgrounds to get voters’ thoughts on some of the issues surrounding this election.

Rep. Skees said his bill, HB-357, is an attempt to protect the state’s elections system from voter fraud.
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New satellite election offices near and on American Indian Reservations in Montana saw low turnout before the primary, but state and tribal officials are still calling the effort to expand voting equality a success.

Satellite Voting Office Opening In Browning

Mar 28, 2016
Rep. Skees said his bill, HB-357, is an attempt to protect the state’s elections system from voter fraud.
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A satellite voting office is opening on the Blackfeet Reservation for the first time. The new office in Browning would help reservation residents gain equal access to same-day voter registration.

Mail-In Voting Expected To Minimize Lines In Montana

Mar 23, 2016

Montana election officials say it’s unlikely the state’s June primary election will see the kinds of long lines Arizona voters experienced Tuesday in that state’s presidential primary.

Sign saying "Welcome to Blackfeet Indian Country."
Will Marlow (CC-BY-NC-2)

The Blackfeet Tribe is challenging Pondera County Commissioners and Montana’s Secretary of State Office about tribal member’s voting access.

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