New guidelines regarding ballots


some rules you might want to be aware of this election season election officials will soon be mailing out ballots for next month’s school and special district elections and reminding the public that the rules for returning someone else’s ballot have changed last year Montana voters approved LR 129 it says that only a family member caregiver or acquaintance can deliver someone else’s ballot and anyone who does drop off another person’s ballot has to register the Montana Commissioner of political practices and the State Association of clerk and recorders have released guidelines if you are going to collect someone else’s ballot they ask you to print off a registry form first you must mark the name and address for everyone whose ballot you do deliver you can only collect and deliver up to six ballots and you do not need to register to drop off your own more information on the new law is available on our website

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