“In Manhattan, mayoral candidate only needs one vote”


Under Montana law, if Clements had applied to be a formal candidate in the mayor’s race, all write-in names would have counted. But because he’s the only registered write-in candidate and no one is on the regular ballot, none of the other write-in names can be counted.

“As long as he votes for himself, he’ll be the mayor,” said Charlotte Mills, Gallatin County clerk and recorder.


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