Late voter registration ends noon Monday
Last updated 6/5/2022 at 4:12pm
People are being reminded that, after a recent Montana Supreme Court decision, people will not be able to register to vote on election day.
Hill County Clerk and Recorder Sue Armstrong said people that if haven't already registered to vote they need to do so in person as the Hill County Courthouse before noon Monday, as same-day registration is no longer possible in Montana.
She said people needed a picture ID to register to vote, like a current Montana Driver's License. It does not need to be Real ID, she said.
Other forms of valid photo ID include a Montana State ID card, Military ID card, Tribal Photo ID card, United States Passport and Montana Concealed Carry Permit.
People can call their election administrator for more information.
Armstrong said if people have any questions at all about the primary or how to vote, they can find information on the Montana Secretary of State's website, but it would probably be easier for Hill County voters to just call her office Monday, as they can provide answers to the vast majority of people's questions.