Election Day 2020: What You Need to Know
Today is Election Day 2020 here in Gallatin County and across the United States. Many believe this is the most important election in our lifetimes, and in some parts of the country, people were lined up this morning in the dark hours before their polling locations opened.
Here in Gallatin County, most people will or have already voted via mail-in ballots. If you did not return your ballot that you received from the county, you can drop those off today at the following locations.
Gallatin County Fairgrounds
901 N. Black Ave., Bozeman
Hope Lutheran Church
2152 W. Graf St., Bozeman
Belgrade Special Events Center
220 Spooner Rd, Belgrade
River Rock Community Center
101 River Rock Rd., Belgrade
Gallatin Gateway Community Center
145 Mill St., Gallatin Gateway
Manhattan Christian High School
8000 Churchill Rd., Manhattan
Bridger Canyon Fire Station
8081 Bridger Canyon Rd., Bozeman
If You Want to Vote in Person
Yes, you can vote in person today. The Old Gallatin County Courthouse in downtown Bozeman (311 West Main Street) is one location. The other is the Gallatin County Fairgrounds (901 North Black). Both locations will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. this evening. If you are not registered to vote, you can get registered at both locations as well.
Didn't Get Your Mail-in Ballot
If you didn't receive your mail-in ballot that was sent out on October 9th, it could be that you moved and didn't update your new address with the Elections Office. Undeliverable ballots are returned to the Gallatin County Election’s Office. Stop by the County Courthouse on Main Street in Bozeman. On Election Day, undeliverable ballots can be picked up and voted in the Motor Vehicle Office at 311 West Main St., Room 103.