National Voter Registration Day is Today!

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Across the country there are efforts happening to make sure that this year, every American is registered to vote. Back in 2008 there were 6 million Americans who didn’t vote because they missed a registration deadline – make sure that doesn’t happen to you or anyone you know this year.

The most important thing on November 8th is that you VOTE. Every vote counts. It is a privilege, a responsibility, and it matters, especially when it comes to I-182.

Make sure you check out the Get Out the Vote page on the I-182 website for more information about how to register to vote and to answer any questions you might have about voting in Montana:

There are events happening across the state – Bozeman, Helena, Dillon, Great Falls, and Missoula. To learn more, please visit:

The point of National Voter Registration Day is to remember that we are united. As Americans, we are each part of a greater whole. We are the democracy and that is why our participation in the process is important.

Your vote for YES on 182 on November 8 is critical to ensure that Montana patients maintain safe and legal access to their medicine. We cannot leave our fellow Montanans behind. Your vote is your voice and we must each vote YES on I-182 and urge others to do the same.

To help celebrate and get the word out, check out the General Public Toolkit:

Deadlines to Remember:

October 11th: Close of regular voter registration--can register by mail or in-person

October 12th: Beginning of late voter registration--must register in-person

October 14th: Ballots mailed out to absentee voters

November 8th: Election Day