GFWC Legislative Action Center
Take Action: Use Our Legislative Alerts
Sign up for the Legislative Action Center, a powerful tool to alert you to GFWC’s public issues and advocacy efforts. Track bills, contact your local representative and take action on issues germane to GFWC Resolutions.
Advocacy in Action
In accordance with the resolutions adopted by the General Federation of Women’s Clubs, GFWC often joins other national organizations to urge congressional or federal agency action on a particular matter. These letters, in addition to individual clubwomen contacting their members of Congress directly through the Legislative Action Center, result in a national network of grassroots advocates working together to improve the lives of club members, their communities, our nation, and the global community.
To promote the interests of the Federation and its members, GFWC may provide additional information including bill summaries, congressional conference reports, and research findings germane to GFWC advocacy efforts. We also encourage clubwomen to engage in face-to-face meetings with members of Congress and their professional staff. These meetings may be on Capitol Hill or in-district. To assist you in your legislative visits, GFWC provides talking points and leave- behinds for our core issues as well as for other timely matters.
Stay up to date on important issues that impact GFWC’s advocacy efforts with the Legislation/Public Policy Quarterly Newsletter. These newsletters cover a range of topics, setting a goal of keeping our clubs and members educated and active on current issues impacting our nation.
Learn how you can Vote in Montana
My Voter Page
Use My Voter Page to:
Confirm your voter registration status and information is accurate
Find the location and directions to your polling place
View the status of your mailed absentee ballot*
View a sample ballot*
*Mailed absentee ballot status and sample ballots are only available for Federal Primary and Federal General Elections. Ballot status and ballot samples for School, Municipal, or Special District Elections are not available.
For information about the new congressional districts and a map see the Montana Districting and Apportionment Commission Congressional District Map.
Note: The data on this site is updated every morning with the previous day’s information. It may take several days for a county to receive and process a ballot. Make sure your ballot is received by your county election office by 8:00PM on Tuesday, November 8th.
Montana Secretary of State
Montana Capitol Building, Rm 260
P.O. Box 202801
Helena, MT 59620-2801
Front Desk: 406-444-2034
Questions regarding voter registration and elections:
Phone: 406-444-9608 | Email: email@example.com
Meet Your Legislators
Montana's Legislature is made up of three divisions, the House of Representatives and the Senate. While the branch is responsible for ensuring that all Montanans are educated about and encouraged to participate in their state legislature, each division has a focus that supports the others.