August 7, 2020 •
Governor Allows Counties to Hold All-Mail Election in November
Gov. Steve Bullock announced Thursday Montana counties have the option to hold the November general election by mail.
If counties decide to hold a mail-in ballot election, ballots will be sent on October 9.
Return postage will be provided.
Voters will still be able to vote in-person if they choose.
Gov. Bullock allowed counties to hold a mail-in ballot primary election in June.
Ultimately, all 56 counties used mail ballots for the primary, which had record turnout.
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