MISSOULA, Mont. - There is just over a week left until one of the most historic elections in U.S. history. That is why election officials are spreading the word about new polling locations throughout Montana.
NBC Montana checked with the Flathead and Butte-Silver Bow elections offices and they told us there aren't any new polling locations in those areas.
We also reached out to the Gallatin County elections office, but they declined to give us any information regarding those places.
Voters in Missoula will be seeing some new ballot locations due to school construction.
Those who typically vote at Franklin Elementary will now be turning in their ballots at the Lifelong Learning Center on Curtis Street.
Voters in Lowell District 94 and 95 who vote at Lowell School will be voting at Burns Street Bistro this November.
The newest location change is for voters within Rattlesnake 91 east and 91 west who typically vote at Rattlesnake Elementary, those folks will be voting at the Messiah Lutheran Church.
Elections officials are urging voters to get out to vote prior to election day.
"Before election day, the process takes about five minutes to be able to register and issue a ballot," said election administrator Rebecca Connors. "On election day, it can take up to fifteen minutes."
Wait lines in Montana have been as long as four hours in previous presidential election years.