MISSOULA — It may be hard to believe, but the presidential election was six weeks ago -- and there is still chatter about the outcome nationally.
Despite concerns going into the election, things in Montana seemed to go smoothly.
MTN News talked with Missoula County Elections Administrator Bradley Seaman about the experience during Friday’s edition of Montana This Morning.
Seaman said that says his biggest concern going into the election was COVID-19 since the virus might shutdown voting locations. But overall, he was pleased with how the process played out.
He added that the Montana Legislature will look at if any changes need to be made as far as voting procedures. Seaman also says they are already getting ready for some other elections in the county including school boards.
He also told MTN News that the vote count was accurate, and he has confidence in the system.
Watch the full interview with Bradley Seaman above.