Members of the National Guard helped vetted 9,000 provisional ballots for the November general election. They delivered the ballots to the Atl…
HAMMONTON — Republican Councilman Joe Giralo will seek his party’s nomination for Atlantic County clerk in 2021, saying he has “554 reasons to run” after a recent error involving ballots.
With a record 25,000 ballots already cast in Ravalli County, Regina Plettenberg is hoping the crowds at the county election office won’t be overwhelming on Election Day.
Ravalli County Election Administrator Regina Plettenberg has received reports of people going door to door to pick up ballots or churches offering to serve as a drop-off point.
A federal appeals court on Tuesday denied a request for an emergency injunction to block most Montana counties from mailing ballots to active voters.
Ballots for the general election will be mailed out to residents on Oct. 9.
The secretary of state wants the Montana Supreme Court to block a judge's ruling that extends the deadline for county election offices to accept 2020 general election ballots returned by mail, saying the ruling could confuse voters.
Ballots for the June 2 primary must be received at elections offices by 8 p.m. on Election Day in order to be counted, the Montana Supreme Court said in an order Wednesday.
Primary election ballots are due back to the Ravalli County Election Office by 8 p.m. on June 2.
The Ravalli Republic will publish question and answer profiles of school board trustees in the newspaper. All of the profiles will be availabl…
Montana's election administrators are asking lawmakers to allow them to open and begin counting absentee ballots earlier because the number of mailed-in ballots continues to increase.
LARAMIE, Wyo. — The name of a Republican candidate for Albany County Attorney who died last week will still appear on ballots in the Nov. 6 election.
The Montana Green Party is challenging a state law that governs minor party ballot access.
Montana voters can take "ballot selfies" at polling places on Election Day as long as they aren't being disruptive or are coerced into doing so, the state's campaign and elections regulator has ruled.
Montana's Democratic Party is asking a state judge to stand by his decision to disqualify Montana Green Party candidates from the general election ballot while the ruling is being appealed to the state Supreme Court.
Nearly 100,000 people already have voted in Montana's primary election. If turnout this year is similar to the last midterm in 2014, that could mean more than 40 percent of people who will vote already have.
A lawsuit challenging the Green Party's qualification for the 2018 ballot is scheduled to continue Monday before District Judge Kathy Seeley in Helena.
HELENA – Several people spoke in opposition Tuesday to a bill that would prevent certain people from collecting and turning in ballots for others.
Time is running short for Bitter Root Irrigation District irrigators to vote on a $1.17 million bond issue.