Polling Place Election 

MINERAL COUNTY

This county has opted to run a standard election. Polling places will be open on Election Day, although they may be in different locations than previous years. Only voters on the permanent absentee list will automatically receive mail ballots.

However, voters may still request an absentee ballot with no reason required by signing up for the permanent absentee list or filling out an absentee ballot request form. 

 Full Service   Election Offices 

At these locations, voters can:

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

Mineral County Courthouse

Physical Address:

300 River Street

Superior, MT 59872

Mailing Address:

Box 550

Superior, MT 59872

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 is NOT available after 12 pm on 11/2.

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

 

Hours (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.

On Election Day, at these locations, voters can:

 Polling Places 

Vote In-Person (if you are registered at that precinct)

Drop-Off Mail Ballots        

***Contact the Mineral Elections Office at 406-822-3520 to confirm these locations & hours. The Mineral Elections Office has not provided final confirmation of the locations listed below.
 
Saint Albert the Great Catholic Church - Precinct 22

Address: 117 Railroad Ave, Alberton, MT 59820

Hours: Election Day 11/3 only, 7 am to 8 pm

Superior - Precincts 24, 25, 30

Address: 315 River St, Superior MT 59872

Hours: Election Day 11/3 only, 7 am to 8 pm

St. Regis Community Center - Precinct 26

Address: 39 Lobo Loop, St Regis, MT 59866

Hours: Election Day 11/3 only, 7 am to 8 pm

Old School House - Precinct 27

Address: 218 Thompson De Borgia Rd, De Borgia, MT 59866

Hours: Election Day 11/3 only, 12 pm to 8 pm

Questions?

Call your County Election Office!

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