Montana Voter info - link to find your polling place
November 06, 2012
Posted By: Shaunescy
I for one am really looking forward to the end of the election season. It's exhausting and at times troubling to see and hear what my friends, family and colleagues think and feel about the topics that we are casting our votes for. Yet, I also feel like social media has made me think critically about the issues at hand.
Montana Parent Magazine simply wants you to have this link. We know that voting is important to you and this link will tell you where your polling place is. You may use this service to find out if you are registered to vote, where you are registered to vote, the location and directions to your polling place, the status of your absentee ballot, and to view a sample ballot.
All of the campaigns for office in your precinct are included but the specific wording of the referendums and initiatives are as well.
The sample ballot includes:
Legislative Referendum 120 - AN ACT REQUIRING PARENTAL NOTIFICATION PRIOR TO AN ABORTION FOR A MINOR; PROVIDING FOR A JUDICIAL WAIVER OF NOTIFICATION; PROVIDING PENALTIES; REPEALING PRIOR STATUTES RELATING TO PARENTAL NOTIFICATION.
Legislative Referendum 121 - AN ACT DENYING CERTAIN STATE-FUNDED SERVICES TO ILLEGAL ALIENS; ESTABLISHING PROCEDURES FOR DETERMINING A PERSON'S CITIZENSHIP STATUS.
Legislative Referendum 122 - AN ACT PROHIBITING THE STATE OR FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FROM MANDATING THE PURCHASE OF HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE OR IMPOSING PENALTIES FOR DECISIONS RELATED TO THE PURCHASE OF HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE.
Initiative Referendum - 124
An act establishing the Montana Marijuana Act and revising laws relating to the use of marijuana; Creating a registry program for the cultivation, manufacture, transportation, and transfer of marijuana by certain individuals; Requiring reporting; Allowing inspections; Providing rulemaking authority; Establishing a transition process.
Ballot Initiative - 166
Ballot initiative I-166 establishes a state policy that corporations are not entitled to
constitutional rights because they are not human beings, and charges Montana elected
and appointed officials, state and federal, to implement that policy. With this policy,
the people of Montana establish that there should be a level playing field in campaign
spending, in part by prohibiting corporate campaign contributions and expenditures and
by limiting political spending in elections. Further, Montana’s congressional delegation
is charged with proposing a joint resolution offering an amendment to the United States
Constitution establishing that corporations are not human beings entitled to
Montana Parent does not endorse any choice that you make. Only that you make one.