The Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office, Bozeman Police, Gallatin County Election Office, and County Attorney Marty Lambert have been working closely together on election matters for weeks. They want to ensure the public that everyone can vote safely on Election Day.

When it comes to drop-off locations and Election Day voting locations our local law enforcement agencies are prepared.  They have been working and communicating with state and federal law enforcement, election officials, and intelligence agencies

Both the Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office and the Bozeman Police Department are working together for a safe Election Day. As part of a recent press release, Sheriff Brian M. Gootkin and Interim Bozeman Police Chief Jim Veltkamp asked the public

"if you have information about something that could potentially disrupt the election process, please contact us at 582-2000 or 582-2100. . . We are confident our citizens will treat each other with kindness and respect, despite any differences – that’s the Montana Way! Enjoy exercising your constitutional right to vote, and know that we, your local law enforcement, are always here to protect and serve."

You can vote in person at the Gallatin County Courthouse from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Election Day, or the Gallatin County Fairgrounds on Election Day only. If you haven't mailed in you ballot, do not attempt to mail but drop off your ballot at one of these 14 local locations on Election Day:

  • 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 have further concerns or questions about the election visit GallatinVotes.com.  You can also track your ballot here.