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Ballots Mailed Out For Missoula Municipal Election

MISSOULA -

Ballots were mailed out Monday for the Missoula Municipal and Urban Transportation District elections. Elections officials said ballots will automatically be mailed out to all active voters.

They said if your contact information has changed, or if you're a new Missoula County resident, you'll have to pick up a ballot at the Missoula County Fairgrounds Elections Center.

Voters can mail in their ballots, or take them to drop off locations. They're due back by 8 p.m. on November 5. For a list of drop off locations, head to the Missoula County Office of Elections Website.

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