Voting & Election

The Flathead County Election Department manages all elections including City, State, National and School.

Meet the Candidates 

Candidates for City Mayor and City Council for 2015# of Votes% of Votes
John Muhlfeld-mayor 1,211  91.74 
Richard Hildner-council 950  23.96 
John Repke-council 790  19.92 
Barton Slaney-council 393  9.91 
Frank Sweeney-council 896  22.60 
Katherine Williams-council 894  22.55 
Study Commission Charter ChangeForAgainst
Appoint a Local Ombudsmen 547 930
No Longer Require City Administrator to Attend Planning Board Meetings 840 612

 

Election Dates

Municipal Elections are November 3, 2015. 

  • Primary Elections are 
  • General Elections are 

County, State and National Elections are held in November 2016.

  • Primary Elections are June 7, 2016.
  • General Elections are November 8, 2016. 

Voter Registration

To vote in Flathead County you must be 18 years or older on or before the next electon; a citizen of the United States; you have resided in Montana or Flathead County for at least 30 days, and registered to vote. 

How to Register

A Voter Registration Card is available at the City Clerk's Office and should be completed and mailed to the the Flathead County Election Department at least 30 days before the election.  If you are already a registered voter and would like to receive an Absentee Ballot please complete the Absentee Application and return to the Flathead County Election Department. You will need to re-register each time your physical address changes. 

Where do I vote?

Once you register to vote, the Flathead County Election Department will send you a registered voter card.  This card will state your precinct number and your polling places.  Please note, polling places change, please verify your polling place prior to each election.  My Voter Page will also verify your registration information and the precict where you vote. 

Forms

Voter Registration Card

Absentee Application