Voting & Elections

Positions

The City of Whitefish is a mayor-council type of government, made up of six Council members, one Mayor, and one City Manager. The City Council and Mayor are elected officials voted in by local registered voters who reside within the city limits of Whitefish and serve four-year terms. The Mayor and City Council appoint the City Manager. 

2021 Election Results

City Council - Vote For 3

Ben Davis1,644
Andy Feury1,585
Giuseppe Caltabiano970
Kristen Riter950
Phil Boland858
Vincent Dell'Omo348
Terry Petersen259
Judy Hessellund244
Mark Owens96
Write-In Total32
Total Votes Cast6,986
Contest Totals7,917


Municipal Court Judge 

William Hileman, Jr. 1,491
Write-In Totals69
Total Votes Cast1,560
Contest Totals2,639


Ballot Issue- Extending 3% Resort Tax for 20 Years

FOR this amendment2,204
AGAINST this amendment263
Total Votes Cast2,467
Contest Totals2,639


Frequently A & Q

How can I check to see if I am a registered voter?
There are a few ways to check to see if you are registered to vote. You can call the Election Department at 406-758-5535. Or you can visit My Voter Page, enter your First Name, Last Name and Date of Birth. You will see your mailing address, Voting Status, Absentee Status, Precinct #, Senate District #, and House District #. 

Can I track the status of my Absentee/Mail Ballot?
Yes, My Voter Page, not only provides you with your registration information, you will also be able to track: Date Ballot Sent, Ballot Sent To, Date Ballot Received, and Status of Ballot. 

Who do I call if I have questions?
The Election Department can answer your questions. You can call (406)758-5535, or email dpierson@flathead.mt.gov 

The Flathead County Election Department manages all elections including City, State, National, and School.