Elections and Government Services Administrative Rules of Montana Business Services Notary and Certification Records and Information Management

February 1, 2013 Voting System Testing - Certification and Final Report

Depending on where they live, Montana’s paper ballots may be counted in two ways: hand count or with paper ballot optical scan tabulators.  Either way ALL Montanans vote on a paper ballot.  Following is a list of the voting systems being used, by county.

 

Paper ballot optical-scan tabulators* (45 counties)

Model 650 and Model 850 are central count tabulators; Model 100 is a precinct-level tabulator

Beaverhead ES&S Model 650, Model 100
Big Horn ES&S DS 850
Blaine ES&S Model 100
Broadwater ES&S Model 100
Carbon ES&S Model 100
Cascade ES&S Model 850
Chouteau ES&S Model 100
Custer ES&S Model 100
Dawson ES&S Model 100
Deer Lodge ES&S Model 650
Fallon ES&S Model 100
Fergus ES&S Model 650
Flathead ES&S DS 850, Model 650, Model 100
Gallatin ES&S DS 850, Model 650, Model 100
Glacier ES&S Model 150
Granite ES&S Model 100
Hill ES&S Model 650
Jefferson ES&S Model 650
Judith Basin ES&S Model 100
Lake ES&S Model 650, Model 100
Lewis & Clark ES&S DS 850
Liberty ES&S Model 100
Lincoln ES&S Model 650
Madison ES&S Model 650
Mineral ES&S Model 100
Missoula ES&S Model 650, Model 100
Musselshell ES&S Model 100
Park ES&S Model 100
Petroleum ES&S Model 100
Phillips ES&S Model 100
Pondera ES&S Model 150
Powell ES&S Model 650
Ravalli ES&S Model 650, Model 100
Richland ES&S Model 100
Roosevelt ES&S Model 100
Rosebud ES&S Model 100
Sanders ES&S Model 650
Sheridan ES&S Model 100
Silver Bow ES&S Model 100
Stillwater ES&S Model 100
Teton ES&S Model 100
Toole ES&S Model 150
Valley ES&S Model 100
Wibaux ES&S Model 100
Yellowstone ES&S DS 850

 

Hand-count paper ballots (11 counties)

  • Carter
  • Daniels
  • Garfield
  • Golden Valley
  • McCone
  • Meagher
  • Powder River
  • Prairie
  • Sweet Grass
  • Treasure
  • Wheatland