Two weeks out from the 2020 General Election, Dave & Ally from the XL Morning Show talked with Gallatin County Elections Administrator Eric Semerad and Elections Manager Casey Hayes.

Topics discussed were how mail-in voting is conducted and how votes are counted. They also cleared up some rumors about mail-in voting that have been circulating. You can listen below.

Below is where you can drop off mail-in ballots through Election Day on Tuesday, November 3, 2020, once they are filled out.

Gallatin County Election Office
311 W. Main St., Bozeman

Belgrade City Clerk’s Office
91 E. Central Ave., Belgrade

Manhattan City Clerk’s Office
207 S. 6th St., Manhattan

Three Forks City Clerk’s Office
206 N. Main St., Three Forks

West Yellowstone City Clerk’s Office
440 Yellowstone Ave., West Yellowstone

Big Sky Water & Sewer District Office
561 Little Coyote Rd., Big Sky

Office of Associated Students of Montana State University (ASMSU)
221 Strand Union Building, 751 W. Grant St., Bozeman

The below locations will be places of deposit ON ELECTION DAY ONLY:

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 need to register to vote, update your information, or wish to vote in-person, you are urged to contact the Gallatin County Election Department at 406-582-3060 or

If you still want to vote in person

You can complete a balltot at the courthouse during regular business hours. On Election Day, same-day registration and in-person voting will be conducted at the Gallatin County Courthouse and the Gallatin County Fairgrounds from 7 AM until 8 PM.

You can also track your ballot once you turn it in by clicking on the button below:

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