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Message from Steve Turkiewicz, President/CEO of MBA

October, 2018 President’s Message

The midterm elections are almost here.  The local polls will be open on November 6. If you are planning to vote in this year’s general election, you must be registered to vote.  You can use the Montana Secretary of State’s web site to verify your registration status, click:

It’s not too late to register to vote - click:  The web site has the voter registration information and deadlines to make sure you will be able to cast your ballot.

Many Montana voters will be voting by “absentee ballots.” Under Montana election law, voters may have ballots mailed to them, rather than going to the polling locations on Election Day, November 6.  The county election officers will be mailing the ballots by October 12.  This method of voting is gaining popularity.  In the 2016 general election, nearly 70% of the votes were cast via the absentee ballot.  Of course, Montanan’s who want vote on election day may continue to do so.  Make sure you have double-checked your polling location.  Many communities have different polling places for the 2016 General Election.

If you don’t think your vote matters, think again.  We have seen Montana legislative races won by as few as four votes!  So, register if you haven’t and, if you have, make sure you vote!

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