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Elections Office Contact Information

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Elections Administrator:

Dayna Causby
(406) 531-4026

The Elections Administrator is appointed by the Board of County Commissioners.

 PHONE:  (406) 258-4751  Elections Office Mailing Address:
 FAX:  (406) 258-3913  200 West Broadway
 Email:  electioninfo@missoulacounty.us  Missoula, MT  59802            


The Elections Office is located on the first floor of the Courthouse Annex. Our office shares space with Treasurer, Motor  Vehicles, and Clerk & Recording. We maintain business hours, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, and our office observes federal holidays.

In order to better accommodate voters, about a month before an election the office relocates to our Elections Center located at the Fairgrounds.

The Elections Center is located at the Missoula County Fairgrounds and maintains seasonal hours as a satellite elections office. The location is very accessible and parking friendly. Take advantage of this central location for all of your voting needs!

 The Elections Center offers the following services:

  • Ballot Replacement
  • Resolving Undeliverable Ballots
  • Late Registration (if applicable)
  • Resolving Rejected Ballots
  • Issuing Ballots

Please see our Current Election webpage for the most up to date information regarding elections.

Missoula County Elections Office Core Values

  • Ensure the integrity of the election process and encourage the participation of all eligible voters in a cost effective manner.
  • Employing technology to its fullest.
  • Strives to ensure that all eligible residents are able to exercise their right to vote.
  • Elections are held in a fair, accurate, and efficient manner.
  • Provide reliable information and the best possible service to voters, media, and others interested in our elections.
  • Ensure the highest possible degree of integrity of the county’s election process through administration of all federal, state, and local election laws in a uniform, consistent and accessible manner.
  • Listen and learn from the public and each other to facilitate open and timely communication.