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Regular Voter Registration For Municipal Election Ends

MISSOULA -

As regular voter registration for the November 5 Missoula Municipal Election comes to a close, election officials remind people they can still sign up to vote. Regular voter registration, where you register by mailing in ballots or going to the elections office, ended on Monday, but, starting Tuesday, you can sign up to vote at the Fairgrounds Elections Center in Building 15.

Election officials said, currently more than 13,000 Missoulians did not vote in the last Federal Election, so they encourage everyone to get registered and vote.

"We've had a lot of voter registration cards. There's been some groups out there actively trying to get people actively registered to vote, which is great, so I think it will have a pretty good turn out," said Missoula COunty Clerk and Recorder Vickie Zeier.

The Missoula County Municipal Election will be conducted by mail. Ballots will be mailed out on October 21. For more information on the election head to the Missoula County Elections Office website.

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