Polling Place Election 


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

Powder River County Courthouse

Physical Address:

119 N Park Ave

Broadus, MT 59317


Mailing Address:

Box 200

Broadus, MT 59317

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 (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.

 Polling Places 

On Election Day, at these locations, voters can:

Vote In-Person

Drop-Off Mail Ballots                   

Powder River County Courthouse - All Precincts

Address: 119 N Park Ave, Broadus, MT 59317

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


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