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Residents of Anaconda-Deer Lodge County may download and print the Montana Voter Registration Application form. The completed and signed form can be mailed, or submitted in person, to the Elections or Clerk and Recorder’s office located on the second floor in the courthouse at 800 Main Anaconda, MT 59711. You may also email the completed and signed form to the Elections email.
Regular registration closes 30 days prior to any election. Late registration begins the next day and ends at the close of polls on election day (except from noon until 5:00 p.m. on the day before election day). Late Registration for Deer Lodge County is located at the Elections or Clerk and Recorder’s office located on the second floor of the courthouse at 800 Main. When a voter registers during the late registration period, they will not appear in the Official Register (poll) books and will be given a provisional ballot at the polling place. If a late registrant wishes to vote, not with a provisional ballot, they will need to vote in person at the Elections or Clerk and Recorder’s office anytime during the late registration period.
Any registered Anaconda-Deer Lodge County voter may vote by absentee ballot. To vote absentee, registered voters must download and complete an Application for Absentee Ballot and return the completed and signed application to the Elections or Clerk and Recorder’s office via mail or in-person. You may also email the completed and signed form to the Elections email. Applications must be received by the Chief Election Officer by noon the day before an election.
The Montana Secretary of State offers an Electronic Absentee System (EAS) for Montana’s Absent Military and Overseas Citizen Voters. This service is available 45 days before each statewide election. The Electronic Absentee System is only available for voters covered under the Uniformed and Overseas Citizen Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA). A user must affirm their eligibility under this Federal Law before using the system, under penalty of perjury.