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Montana Disability Vote Project
There are many ways YOU can vote:
1. At your polling place
2. Absentee Ballot
4. Electronic Ballot
5. Designate an Agent
Every polling place in Montana has at least one specialized voting machine, called an AutoMARK, that
enables people with disabilities to vote independently and privately. If you cannot enter a polling
place, election judges will assist you with “curbside voting.”
If you have a physical disability or are unable to read or write, you may ask an election judge to help
you mark your ballot. Or, you can bring a friend or relative who, with the permission of the election
judge, can go into the voting booth with you and help you vote.
You may also designate an agent to assist you with the voting process on the Designation of Agent by
Individual with Disability form. Deliver the signed application to your local election office.
Beginning October 1, 2015, you may apply for an electronic ballot that can be marked on your
personal computer, printed and returned to the election office.
If you would like to learn more about the voting process in Montana visit http://sos.mt.gov.