Ready? Here we go:
First, if you haven't received your mailed ballot yet, there may be a problem. Call the Elections Office at 258-4751 for help. Don't freak out yet, though. Late registration is available at any time right up through the close of polls on Election Day, which is Nov. 8.
You can mail your ballot back or hand-deliver it to the Elections Office at the Missoula County Fairgrounds — just do so by Nov. 8.
If you want to track your ballot to make sure it's been received, do so here.
Candidate endorsements and interviews
The Indy endorsements came out today and included, for some, a few surprises.
Missoula Conservation Voters lists its endorsements here.
I know the Missoula Area Central Labor Council sent out endorsements, but they're not listed online. I received a ward-specific mailing noting the group, at least, endorses Mike O'Herron in Ward Five and recommends a "yes" vote for the ballot referendum.
Missoula County Democrats have their endorsements right here.
The Missoulian doesn't endorse candidates, but did package together a short story, Q&A and bio on each that agreed to meet with them. Rather than list them all (feel free to search around), we'll use them as an alternate link in the next section ...
Candidates, in their own words
Links to each candidate's campaign website
Cynthia Wolken (running unopposed)
NOTE: We did our best to find all available endorsements and candidate websites. If we missed yours, shoot us an email and we'll add it as soon as possible.