Mail Election 


This county has opted to mail ballots to all registered active voters. Traditional polling places will not be open on Election Day.


However, voters may still vote in-person at designated sites, including the County Election Office, beginning October 2nd and through Election Day. 

 Full Service   Election Offices 

At these locations, voters can:

Vote In-Person                            Drop-Off Mail Ballots              Register to Vote

Hill County Courthouse - Clerk & Recorders Office


315 4th St

Havre, MT 59501

Hours (Until 10/30):

Mon-Fri, 8 am to 5 pm


Hours (11/2):

8 am to 12 pm all services

12 pm to 5 pm limited services*

*Voter registration and in-person absentee voting are NOT available after 12 pm on 11/2.

Full services will resume at 7 am on 11/3 at the designated location.


Hours (on Election Day, 11/3):

7 am to 8 pm

All voters in line by 8 pm are legally able to register to vote and/or cast a ballot.

Stone Child College - Oct 14, 21, 28,& 29 

 Ballot   Dropboxes 

At these locations, voters can:

Drop-Off Mail Ballots        

Box Elder School Elementary School Foyer (Back Entrance)

Address: 205 Main St, Box Elder, MT 59521

Hours (11/3 ONLY): 7 am to 8 pm

Hi-Line Community Center

Address: 502 5th St, Hingham, MT 59528

Hours (11/3 ONLY): 7 am to 8 pm

HRDC Fireside Room (North Entrance)

Address: 2229 5th Ave, Havre, MT 59501

Hours (11/3 ONLY): 7 am to 8 pm

Jon Cubby Morsette Vo-Tech Building - New Stone Child College

Address: 8294 Upper Box Elder Rd, Box Elder, MT 59521

Hours (11/3 ONLY): 7 am to 8 pm


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